TV Stands. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 06:53:42 AM
Ever since the introduction of the flat screen television, wall-mounting has been the choice way of making them viewable and accessible. In fact, mounting on the wall is even more popular now as it doesnt require any type of entertainment center or stand which takes up floor space. The flat construction doesnt stick out at all, or very little from the wall making the room in which its mounted feel more open.
This is one of the most flexible wall stands in comparison with the other types as it offers maximum access to a viewer in terms of adjusting the viewing angle. You can not only tilt the angle, and swivel the TV to the right or left, but also move the viewing angle horizontally to a complete 360 degree full motion on its arm, so you can potentially view your television from multiple areas. This wall stand can be adjusted by bending and extending the arm to your convenient viewing angle.
Whereas many wall stands are contemporary, floor stands can be either contemporary or traditional, making them suitable for any type of interior space. Mahogany and oak TV stands are two great examples of how traditional materials can be used in a floor stand, whereas they are rarely seen in wall mounted stands. In addition to this, floor TV stands generally have a larger amount of space to play with, leaving enough room for all of your equipment, including consoles, Freeview or Sky boxes, DVDs, DVD players and much more. They can also hold a great deal more weight than wall mounted stands.
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