TV Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 14:49:34 PM
You may also have DVDs, games, even VHS tapes, remote controls, additional cables, and other accessories that you want to hide from view. Its unlikely that any stand you buy will be perfectly suited to your setup. With that in mind, you should choose a model with adjustable shelves. Adjustable shelves give you the flexibility to customize A/V furniture to your specific setup. If you have a lot of "stuff", you will need space for the "stuff." Choose a TV console with plenty of storage shelves and even specialty media storage if you need it.
A TV console can be so heavy that you might not even think about moving it once you have it placed. Heres the problem. If you change the configuration of your media components or add new ones, you are going to need to make changes to wires, cables, and cords. If you cant move the TV stand, you cant easily access the back of the equipment to make changes. One way around this is to buy a TV stand on wheels or casters. Some models even have hidden casters that allows you to move the AV furniture without being visible.
It has become a common practice for a significant percentage of Americans to watch television in bed before turning in. Bedrooms, however, may not have enough space to hold a TV, and other typical bedroom furniture may not be able to support the weight of a television. TVs are fragile, and if not placed on a proper medium, could fall and break. Wires from your electronic equipment in plain view could also be a cause for irritation, as it makes your bedroom look messy and chaotic, hardly conducive to a restful ambiance.
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