TV Stands. Friday , September 15th , 2017 - 09:44:29 AM
This is the most basic of all wall stands and is fixed in a static position. This type of TV wall-stand is the least flexible as it cannot be moved in any way - angles cannot be adjusted and there is no scope for tilting or movement. These types of Television wall stands are the least expensive and are ideal for rooms which have just one or two seating areas to watch television. This type of TV wall stand is one of the simplest to fix on the wall. A fixed Television wall stand can also hold any TV securely to the wall, regardless of its size.
Before selecting a TV wall stand, however, there are some practical considerations. What is the weight of your LCD or plasma? Not all types of wall stands can support the weight of your TV, so choose something that can support your TV and add aesthetic value to your décor. An LCD or plasma may not be too heavy, but they could break easily if they fall. So select a TV wall stand that can comfortably hold your TV in place. Secondly, test the wall which you have selected as the place to mount your LCD or plasma. If the wall is not sturdy, then look at an alternative wall. Finally, keep in mind the dimensions of the LCD or plasma TV. If the wall stand is bigger than your Television, then you might be wasting space on your wall. On the other hand, if its too small, it becomes unusable.
If you are looking for more modern or even futuristic type of stands to give a new aspect to your current decor, glass LCD TV stands are the best alternative. They are the tendency of these days. They are coming in either clear or black nuance to add a great contemporary look to any flat panel television; and to your existing room décor too. The black glass TV stand has a definite color providing a glamorous effect in the room. The colorful homes need a bright color for the flat screen stands to make the audience deeply live the scenes. On the other hand, the more obscure stands give your décor a mysterious aspect.
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