This type of stand can also allow you to have the TV at a greater height when compared to a glass or wooden stand – which will often offer a lower viewing position when the TV is in place.
In the early days of flat panel televisions, the vast majority of TV units were glass TV stands.
The purpose of this guide is to identify the different types of TV stands and TV cabinets which are available on the market and to discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each of the different types of TV furniture.
Whichever type of TV stand that you choose, there are a number of general considerations which you should think about while you are making your decision.
The type of furniture that you buy for your room is an important consideration. It may seem a bit boring compared to all your exciting hardware and gadgets, but buying the right stand will help to integrate your equipment into your room, and can aid the operation and performance of your system.
My guide to wood TV stands and furniture gives a more detailed look into the pros and cons of this type of stand and points out the important considerations if you are looking to buy a stand of this type.
The vast majority of flat panel TV’s will have a VESA fitting. This refers to the distance between the mounting holes on the back of the TV.
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