Jenifer Knight TV Stand November 26th, 2018 - 04:23:35
Buying a TV stand would be pretty straightforward, but there are actually several considerations: you'll want to keep in mind that range beyond simple style and color. Here's everything that you need to look for when selecting your new TV throne. First, you need to ask yourself can it accommodate all of your equipment? You may have an a/v receiver, blue-ray player center channel speaker and even more, boxes that must be stored under the TV, be certain there's ample room for all devices, including some breathing room to dissipate heat and don't forget storage for DVD, blue-ray, and other media. You also want to think about cable management.
TV stands with closed backs, keep cable, clutter out of sight, but you're going to need enough amply sized holes for wire management. You can minimize the need for extra large holes by using thin cables where possible, but speaker wire tends to take up a lot of space so plan ahead. Open-back TV stands placed little restriction on wiring up your system, but they also show all the wires.
If you go with this style plan to zip-tie your way to orderly cable management, another consideration is whether you need to see your equipment. Most electronics still use infrared eyes to receive remote control signals rather than having to open doors. Every time you watch TV consider a stand with darkened glass doors which lets that remote signal through otherwise, you may need to invest in something called an infrared repeater.