This type of stand will usually leave the top surface free for placing your Blu-ray player, or even your centre speaker if you have a surround sound speaker system.
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 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.
Flat screen TV cabinets (sometimes called a credenza) are a slightly different option when compared to the other types of stand discussed here.
Not all consumers liked glass TV stands and there are now a range of wooden TV stands on the market – and these are available in the form of open TV stands and enclosed TV cabinets.
One potential drawback with these corner designs is that they can provide limited space for your AV equipment – especially if the rear goes to a point to fit exactly in the corner. Therefore, if you have a range of amplifiers, players and games consoles to install, then you might need to consider where they are all going to go.
The main advantages of a mount TV stand as opposed to wall mounting a television is a significant increase in flexibility of positioning and repositioning. It will also often have superior cable management.
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