TV Stands. Thursday , October 05th , 2017 - 09:07:48 AM
TV stands specifically for a plasma or LCD TV are designed to showcase the latest in todays technology. A flat screen TV stand can also combine strength with stability to accommodate extra-wide screen televisions. As an alternative to using a stand, since LCD and plasma TVs are generally lighter than conventional televisions, they can mounted to a wall, ceiling or swivel arm using the appropriate mounting solution.
For a classy and sophisticated interior, installing a wall TV stand is the way to go. It clears up floor space and is safer for kids and pets, especially in small spaces where injuries can be sustained when televisions fall. Another benefit is that a mounted wall TV stand is the perfect set up for surround-sound systems, Blu-ray players, and video game consoles but only if there is a way to hide all the cords. Otherwise the setup can look like a mess. Wireless systems are an option, but not every element will have a wireless technology option.
You should also be aware that this kind of stand must be strong enough to hold the TV and other equipment that you intend to be placing on it. All of the these items will have a weight limit, and you should be careful to stay well within this limit in order to protect you and your family from accidents as well as stop the equipment from being broken. The alternative option is the floor TV stand, which has its own distinct benefits too. One of these is that they often come in a much wider range of styles than the wall mounted variety. From oak TV stands to glossy black ones, the scope for different shapes and styles is virtually limitless, whereas wall designs generally are limited due to structural restrictions.
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