Disadvantages Of TV Stands. TV stands can be quite bulky and often dominate the room when floor space is at a premium. When using a stand, you often have to arrange the furniture based on the available space left over, rather than on the optimal viewing position. Unless you are lucky enough to have a dedicated home theatre room that is off limits to kids and pets, your TV and other equipment is likely to be at risk from being knocked over. Stands can be quite fragile and it only takes a small bump in order to tip them over and send thousands of dollars worth of equipment crashing to the floor.
Advantages Of TV Stands. TV stands are very flexible since they can be placed anywhere in the room and can be moved from one location to another if you ever decide to re-arrange the furniture or redecorate. The majority of TV stands available feature several shelves or cupboards making them the ideal solution for housing all of your other home entertainment equipment such as DVD/ Blu-ray players and satellite boxes in one place.
Mounting your flat screen TV on the wall has become incredibly fashionable over the past few years, but is it the right thing to do? A lot of people aren’t sure whether they should take the plunge and suspend their TV from the wall, or whether they should stick to the more traditional TV stands. Both have their benefits and drawbacks and choosing one over the other can be a tough decision, so this article will compare both options to give you a clearer idea about which one is right for you.
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