TV Stands. Monday , September 18th , 2017 - 14:30:14 PM
Like any other furniture or item, the durability depends greatly on how it is made and how well it is maintained. The same thing applies for television stands. If it is made with good quality and if it is handled right, you can be assured that it will serve you for a long time. Handle it without care and you will be surprised with how soon it will deteriorate. Still, the material is also a factor. The good thing about wooden stands is that you do not have to worry about accidentally breaking it because that requires extra human strength, unlike glass TV stands which are generally more fragile. Both, however, are susceptible to scratches so this must be avoided.
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.
Before selecting a TV wall stand, however, there are some practical considerations. What is the weight of your LCD or plasma? Not all types of wall stands can support the weight of your TV, so choose something that can support your TV and add aesthetic value to your décor. An LCD or plasma may not be too heavy, but they could break easily if they fall. So select a TV wall stand that can comfortably hold your TV in place. Secondly, test the wall which you have selected as the place to mount your LCD or plasma. If the wall is not sturdy, then look at an alternative wall. Finally, keep in mind the dimensions of the LCD or plasma TV. If the wall stand is bigger than your Television, then you might be wasting space on your wall. On the other hand, if its too small, it becomes unusable.
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