TV Stands. Tuesday , October 10th , 2017 - 05:34:43 AM
The main concerns when purchasing TV stands and entertainment centers are strength and durability, ventilation, room for expansion and accessibility. If you will be adding speakers, you will also have to decide if you need to leave room for freestanding speaker stands or if you will be including the speakers in your entertainment center setup. The kind of TV stand you choose will largely depend on the type of television you are buying the stand for. Before shopping for one, it will save you time and money if you know: the size of your TV, how much it weighs and the size and weight of any additional components you want the stand to hold.
If you are shopping for a stand for a rear projection TV, keep in mind that they are generally deeper in the back than plasma or LCD televisions. Make sure that the top shelf of the TV stand will be wide enough to accommodate the TV. Buy the stand separately and not at the same time as you purchase your television and/or DVD player. This will allow you to see exactly what you need now and to take into account any future needs.
Televisions on a classic stand as opposed to a wall TV stand definitely take up more space as they are bulkier and set on the floor. They are far from streamlined like their wall-mounted counterparts. Then again, stands often give a storage space which is a huge bonus. A stand type of mounted television is perfect for storing a Blu-ray player, gaming system and surround-sound. It will easily hide the ugly cords that would otherwise be hanging down from the components which are necessary for the ultimate in entertainment.
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