Published at Friday, December 27th 2019, 02:30:17 AM by Ekerd Werner. TV Stands. In the early days of flat panel televisions, the vast majority of TV units were glass TV stands.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:39 AM. television tables By Emestina Krause. 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.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:38 AM. entertainment cabinet By Cort Friedrich. 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.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:37 AM. tv trolley By Adalwine Huber. They have brackets which allow you to hang your flat screen TV from a central pole - very similar to attaching the TV to a wall.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:37 AM. television rack By Emestina Krause. This offers a flat surface to place your TV on the top (or you can hang it on the wall), plus there are wooden and glass doors which offer an enclosed area for your AV equipment. Very stylish.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:36 AM. tv trolley By Conradina Scholz. The example here of the Walker Edison 58-inch Espresso wooden TV console gives you an idea of the rustic look these stands can offer.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:34 AM. loudspeaker stands By Edsel Zimmermann. A speaker platform is designed primarily to provide a degree of mechanical isolation between the speaker and the surface upon which it is placed, while keeping the speaker firmly in place. This is particularly important when siting speakers on lightweight desks or shelves, as these can easily be set into vibration if in direct contact with a speaker cabinet.
Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:33 AM. surround speakers By Emestina Krause. No, it’s not because we don’t like your bookshelf. It’s probably really good looking. But, bookshelves, sideboards, TV-boards and tables all share a common drawback: surfaces. You don’t want surfaces close to your speakers, as surfaces can cause early reflections that colour and distort the sound image – that’s also why we recommend getting your speakers away from corners and walls.