TV Stands. Sunday , September 24th , 2017 - 09:08:34 AM
There are two basic types of TV stand on the market today, each of which has a distinctive design and structure which set sit apart from the other; these are the floor and wall mounted TV stands. The former is the type of stand that we are all familiar with, one that is placed on the floor and supports a standing TV screen and other equipment. The wall mounted stand is different in that it is attached solely to the wall. This can consist of a shelf-like design which holds a regular standing television monitor, or one where the TV itself is slotted into place and does not "stand" on anything. Both of these have their advantages and flaws, which will be explored below.
Television wall-stands can also display large sized LCD or plasma TVs in a small room, which could have otherwise overwhelmed the room if placed in the traditional way. Television wall-stands will keep your expensive equipment out of reach of children. Television wall stands are also universal, and can be adjusted to fit your television regardless of its size.LCD and plasma TVs are mounted by special wall mounts, usually made of metal. There are various types of Television wall stands, varying from the basic fixed Television wall stand to some which have different sophisticated features like rotation angles, hinge joints or swivels.
Cantilever stands have been designed to display the new lightweight flat screen televisions now available. These enable you to hang your television up on the wall, which negates the need for bulky TV stands taking up floor space in your room. This also allows you to fit the television at any height in your room. These stands can also be moved to different angles which is ideal if your room is an awkward shape. You will be able to angle the television to suit any furniture arrangement.
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