TV Stands. Wednesday , October 04th , 2017 - 09:58:12 AM
TV Stands are designed for supporting and displaying home entertainment systems. This can include televisions, DVD players, set top boxes (cable, Freeview or satellite) and video game consoles. Many leading brand names such as Sony, Panasonic and Phillips manufacture TV stands designed to support a range of different home entertainment systems including LCD, LED and plasma televisions. There are various different types of TV stand available. These include corner cabinets, floor stands, pedestal stands and also cantilever stands. TV stands can be made from wood, glass, plastic and various different metals. You will need to think about how much space is available and what equipment you want to display when choosing a TV stand for your home.
TV stands specifically for a plasma or LCD TV are designed to showcase the latest in todays technology. A flat screen TV stand can also combine strength with stability to accommodate extra-wide screen televisions. As an alternative to using a stand, since LCD and plasma TVs are generally lighter than conventional televisions, they can mounted to a wall, ceiling or swivel arm using the appropriate mounting solution.
Another factor which has to be kept in mind is the height of the television, as people who watch television in their bedroom normally watch it while lying down. If the height of the TV is not correct, it could hamper your TV watching and give you a crick in the neck. However, the height of a bedroom TV stand is designed to enhance your viewing pleasure where you can watch TV comfortably while sitting-up or lying in bed. Bedroom Television stands also offer features like glass doors that keep components dust free while allowing you to browse, adjustable shelves, ample storage space, storage draws for miscellaneous items, back openings for easy cord access and wire management, etc. But these features will vary in different types and styles of bedroom Television stands.
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