TV Stands. Tuesday , September 26th , 2017 - 08:58:54 AM
Two Shelf Stand - this is the most famous Flat Panel TV Rack. This is commonly available in furniture shops and other hardware stores. The other good part about this T.V stand is that it is very affordable. It also features two shelves-one over the other- that can be used to keep a DVD player or other gadgets. If you wish to keep more gadgets, you can go for Flat Panel TV Stand that has wider shelves available. Hutch-like stand - there are many home owners who still prefer to use these Flat Panel TV Stands. This is because there are people who like to hide their TV when they are not using it. In these stands, the TV is basically placed inside the stand. Whenever you wish to use the TV you just have to open the doors and tuck them in the corners.
Once you are clear about the size of the TV screens and space, think about the kind of wide TV stands you will require. Decide on your needs, which mean what you expect out of the TV stand you buy. There are stands which provide simple flat surface where the LCD and Plasma can be mounted with ease. In case you want a storage area below the surface to fit in your DVD player, cable boxes, tape collections, home theater system, etc, there are stands which come along with extra shelves below the surface. The more number of shelves and cabinets you require the costlier your stand gets.
Do you want to be able to move the stand around or to be able to reposition it easily? Many types of entertainment centers and TV stands include casters, both the visible and hidden kind. Make sure that the shelf depth of any unit you purchase is wide enough to accommodate your television and other audio/video equipment. Check that the TV stand can support the weight of your television. Most manufacturers descriptions will include this information or they will be able to provide any additional details. Since TV furniture and entertainment centers are designed to hold several pieces of equipment, tangled cables and wires can detract from the overall look of your entertainment center. If this is a concern, select a unit that includes a wire or cable management system.
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