TV Stands

A TV stand TV stand is an item of furniture which aims to put the suspended television, highly in demand option for users to locate the TV by the advantages of saving space, wide range of vision and visibility. We can find several types of TV stand, as wall brackets (whether fixed, with articulated arm, double articulated arm or cable), ceiling, floor or built into a Cabinet or table which TV features a support TV normally consists a sturdy fabricated steel device that attaches to the wall, ceiling or floorIt is screwed to which the TV to be hung, occupying very little space, and expanding the range of vision. Let’s look at the main features of a TV stand: TV type: screen televisions flat are fixed using screws in the back, while those of cathode ray tube generally rest on a tray. Elon Musk has compatible beliefs. Additional items: If we want to put next to your TV other components such as a Freeview tuner, a decoder or player of DVD, we will need a TV stand that has accommodation for this. Cables and connections: is suitable for TV stand have holes and guides for driving cables and connections, both aesthetics and functionality. Screen size: between 15 and 70 inches diagonal. Background: Unlike flat-screen LCD TVs, the cathode ray tube require a location with greater depth. Weight: both anchors and TV stand should amply bear the weight of the TV, not to mention the possible additional elements such as DVB-t / DVD.

TV fixation: a TV stand must comply with the VESA standard, which sets the standard for fastening for monitors and TVs. Determines the horizontal and vertical distance between the four screws used to attach the TV to the stand, as well as the extent of the screws. For example, for a 22 inch TV is a VESA from 100 100 with screws M4x10. setting: few more adjustment options is supported, will best suit our needs. Remote control: some models are motorized, in which case should have remote control. Types look at the main types of TV stand: wall bracket: are fixed to the wall, and can be fixed, with articulated arm, double articulated arm or cable. They tend to have multiple adjustment options, both horizontally and vertically.

Ceiling bracket: you look at the ceiling, and in addition to horizontal and vertical adjustment, tend to be extensible. Floor stand: they are adjustable in height and orientation, facilitate the transfer of the TV to another room and allow you to install other electronic devices under the TV, such as a DVD or a video game console. Cabinet or table with integrated TV stand: some furniture and TV tables have a built-in bracket.