TV & LCD Stand
TV Stand & Mount
The outdated sideboard in the living room is no longer suitable for your new modern smart TV. Therefore, you should choose a TV stand that is compatible with your television and still offers space for important components such as a receiver and a soundbar. You can store all cables neatly in the built-in slot when setting up, which is very convenient for you. The slim design of the device also offers you valuable living space. Here you will learn about the different versions of the TV cabinet, and you will discover which model is especially suitable for your television and your living room.
The space-saving foundation for televisions, cables and accessories
With a TV stand, all AV components can be arranged in a space-saving way and harmoniously placed in the living room. The integrated cable duct largely hides unsightly cables and thus ensures a neat appearance. Compared to large sideboards or TV cabinets, stylish TV stands create an airy living environment and highlight the large screens of modern TVs. Some models offer additional storage areas for accessories like surround sound amplifiers, Bluray players, or TV receivers so that you can keep all your multimedia network devices in one central location.
Types of TV mounts
The TV mounts can be divided into two categories. The differences between them are presented below.
Traditional TV mounts have mounts that attach to the back of the TV. They are designed to be fixed directly to the wall of the room. Most of them are adjustable in height, either continuously or up to five levels.
Some TV stands are also known as “Turntable” because they have a rotating joint that allows you to change the direction of the screen. This allows the TV to line up directly with the sofa or dining area in the corner of the room. Some mounts also have a tilt mechanism. You can then move the TV around the horizontal axis and tilt it slightly up or down.
The right mount for your TV
Depending on the application profile, your home theatre equipment and furniture aspects, the different models are suitable for you.
TV stand for people who only occasionally watch TV.
You don’t see television as the central decorative element in the living room, so use a compact model with 32 to 42 inches diagonal without additional players for occasional television. The flat turntable is made especially for you and can be placed on an existing shelf, such as a sideboard. Made of plastic, metal or glass, the mini stands harmoniously adapt to your living environment and are available at prices between 30 and 150 euros.
TV stand for frequent viewers concerned about comfort.
You have a 50 to 65 inch flat-screen TV and enjoy watching TV shows, movies and series. Therefore, you can use a sturdy metal floor stand, which offers:
Integrated cable management and an additional glass.
Plastic compartment for your cable or satellite receiver.
This type of model is characterized by high stability, but it can only change the height but not turn or tilt. The fixed floor stand is available in a variety of sizes and heights, and the price is between $100 and 350.
TV base for home theatre enthusiasts and business users
As the owner of a modern home theatre, you can call up exquisite components such as 50 to 85 inch 4k TVs, surround sound systems with centre speakers, and multiple players, such as Bluray players, satellite and cable receivers, AV amplifiers, and your game consoles. You can store the entire set of devices on a floor stand with three or four storage areas, complicated internal cable routing, and extensive adjustment options for approximately $300 to 800. For flexible positioning or use in conference rooms, you can use models with wheels, with prices ranging from $300 to 1600.