You will also need to make sure your TV has the right type of fittings on the back. It probably has.
In the example above of the Sauder Harbor View corner TV stand pictured above – the rear is flat with just the edges shaped for a corner – so that gives more room for equipment inside.
They have brackets which allow you to hang your flat screen TV from a central pole – very similar to attaching the TV to a wall.
Just make sure you are aware of the potential disadvantages of large screen TV cabinets before you make your decision.
These offer a more enclosed space for your AV equipment and allow you to hide your devices away. In some cases this can be an important consideration if you do not want your living space overtaken by technology.
The thickness of the glass, the type of cable management and the weight of the TV you are going to put on it are all part of the equation.
There are a number of considerations if you are thinking about buying a glass TV stand.
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