TV Stand. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 14:35:49 PM
Most TV stands come ready-to-assemble (RTA). That means that you will have to do some work before you get to watch TV from your new TV stand. Assembling a TV stand can be easy or it can be very difficult depending on the design. Pay attention to reviews that warn of long or difficult assembly. AV furniture that is already assembled is also available, but expect to pay a premium price. To save money on shipping, manufacturers have found ways to pack an entire 70-inch TV stand into a single box, for example.
With that in mind, you need a place to put speakers or the sound bar and subwoofer. Some TV stands come with accommodations for the speakers and a subwoofer, but most dont. If you want to put a sound bar in front of your TV or speakers to the side, make sure you have allowed enough room on your new AV furniture for them. One of the reasons to buy a TV console is so that you have a place to put other TV accessories besides just the TV. You may have several A/V components including a cable box, DVR, audio amplifier, Blu Ray player, DVD player, and more.
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.
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