Shanteigh Baker. TV Stand. September 20th , 2020.
If you are more of a minimalist and don’t want a large piece of furniture for your television, then a TV mount may be just what you need. TV mounts allow you to attach your television right to the wall, so you don’t have to use a stand at all. It is important when purchasing the amount to buy one that is appropriate for the size of your television. You don’t want it to break and have your TV come crashing down. If you still need some storage for your media equipment, many stores also sell furniture that is specifically for storage.
It’s absolutely necessary that you measure both your television and your room. A TV stand may look like it is the right size in a picture or even in a showroom, but until you bring it into your home, you won’t really know if it’s proportionate to the room. The only way to be sure that it’s the right size is to pull out the measuring tape and measure.
For anyone who has had the displeasure of noticing noise coming from a TV stand itself, this factor cannot be overstated. A high-quality stand should be impervious to the vibrations being sent out from the electronic equipment. To know what to expect from a stand, examine the sound standards, and see whether the model in question is toughened to handle that level of vibrations. Whether it’s the bass of a particular song or the sound effect from a film, the stand should not be standing in the way of audio perfection.
If you want a stand with wheels, then a TV cart might be right for you. These are generally better for smaller televisions, as a big screen or flat-screen televisions may run the risk of falling off while being wheeled around.
You also need to know where in the room you will be placing the television before you look at possible stands. If the only place you can put your television is in the corner of your room, then you will want to start your search with corner TV stands. On the other hand, if you have an entire wall available for your television, then you can look at entertainment centers.
Another significant, useful feature could be castors or wheels on the bottom of the stand. Perhaps you’re having friends over for a party and the TV needs to be out of the way, either moved across the room or moved out of the room entirely. Castors are going to save you a lot of trouble, moving the TV and everything that goes along with it in one move.
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