Published at Tuesday, January 07th 2020, 16:24:32 PM by Ekerd Werner. TV Stands. This allows for more room when installing your AV equipment. A good example is the TransDeco model pictured above.
Published at Thursday, July 25th 2019, 02:16:58 AM. television units By Edsel Zimmermann. This is a media stand designed for use in a corner of a living room or TV room. It provides space for a large TV, DVD player, books and other items. This wooden stand has got two open shelves and two storage drawers.
Published at Thursday, July 25th 2019, 02:16:58 AM. entertainment furniture By Emestina Krause. Want to add a little height to your television? The modern and sleek Fitueyes TT207001MB Swivel Stand and Mount comes without the bulkiness, but doesn't sacrifice on the functionality and height you had want out of a TV stand.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:20 AM. tv bench By Adalwine Huber. However, a wooden TV stand brings its own issues such as they often have back panels which make it difficult for ventilation, access and running the cables.
Published at Wednesday, July 24th 2019, 00:31:19 AM. tv console By Conradina Scholz. Flat screen TV stands and cabinets are an important consideration for your home theater installation.
Published at Tuesday, July 23rd 2019, 01:49:17 AM. speaker block By Adalwine Huber. The theory is that the mass and spring characteristics are chosen so that the resonant frequency of the combination is well below that of any frequency they’re likely to be asked to isolate. For example, if the lowest note a speaker can reproduce is 30Hz, then the resonant frequency of the supporting platform needs to be well below that — perhaps just a few Hertz or less.
Published at Tuesday, July 23rd 2019, 01:49:12 AM. sound stand By Hardtman Fuchs. 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 Tuesday, July 23rd 2019, 01:49:11 AM. surround speakers By Conradina Scholz. 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.