TV Stands. Thursday , September 21st , 2017 - 09:49:25 AM
Flatscreen LCD or plasma TVs are the hottest trend in home entertainment, and more and more people either have it already or have just purchased it. Compact media furniture options like Television wall stands are also becoming increasingly popular with the prevalence of LCD and plasma TVs. Transitioning from a conventional TV to a flatscreen LCD or plasma makes you want to rethink on how best to display your LCD or plasma, after all you want to display your latest acquisition to its advantage. A Television wall-stand can be perfect as it creates a stunning, sleek look, and projects a theatre like ambiance at home.
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.
Firstly, the wall mounted stand is widely recognized as being one of the most stylish ways to display your TV monitor. Fixed entirely to the wall, this makes for a very contemporary look that is both sleek and minimalist, and therefore perfect for the modern home. Many of these types of stands are actually deceptively complex however, and will have features such as hidden areas to tidy away cables, as well as plenty of space for equipment such as games consoles, DVD players or Free view boxes. Just remember, if you have a lot of equipment, make sure that your stand has enough room for them.
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