TV Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 14:44:12 PM
This should be the simplest choice to make when deciding what type of TV stand online to get. Heres a brief explanation of the various types available. The stand for a DLP (digital light projection) TV are wider than a regular stand because the screen is. They are also very lightweight so there is a huge selection of sizes and shapes when it comes to these stands. Both LCD and Plasma TV stands are made to hold these types specifically. Like DLP they are wider as the television is wider than it is deep. These are the most common type of TV and are usually around 40 inches. The stand will be square and deep to accommodate the design. These televisions are heavy so it should be able to support it with ease.
Plus, the ability for storing movies, books, games and other entertainment helps keep a room from looking too cluttered. A TV stand takes up more room than a wall TV stand. Anyone with little floor area will benefit from wall versions. Rare types of wall stands have places to store things but they can be difficult to find. The simple benefit of avoiding knocking a TV over is usually enough for most. Not only can someone get hurt, but they can break a very expensive television.
If you have children or pets, flat screen TVs present a unique problem. It used to be that TVs were large and heavy and were not as much of a tipping hazard. These days, flat panel TVs are larger, thinner, and lighter than ever before and can tip very easily. If your TV will be mounted within reach of your children or pets, you should choose a stand that makes provision for a strap or other anti-tipping device to protect them. Many flat screen TVs now come with anti-tipping protective devices, but a device thats integrated into the stand can provide additional protection.
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