For example, a VESA200 TV will have 200mm between each of the mounting holes and it is critical the mounting bracket on the TV mount stand is capable of supporting this VESA fitting both horizontally and vertically.
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.
With a traditional glass or wooden stand, your TV will often be standing on the top of the unit (unless you have it separately wall mounted). Therefore, this leaves less surface area to place your external hardware.
However, a wooden TV stand brings its own issues such as they often have back panels which make it difficult for ventilation, access and running the cables.
In this instance, you may want to consider a corner TV cabinet or stand which will fit much more easily into a smaller area.
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