THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO MOUNT YOUR TV
When you’re choosing how to mount your TV, today’s thin digital screens open up more possibilities than ever before. Without the deep, bulky structure originally needed to house cathode ray tubes, today’s mostly flat televisions are ready to set up in every possible place and angle throughout the home, including the highly popular TV wall mount. Each setup has its own advantages, so you should pick carefully to get the best for your living space.
support your television on a table-like or cart-like structure,which is frequently wheeled to make it more mobile.The stand’s mobility means you can easily change the location of your television,suiting it to businesses or anyone who wants to move their primary TV setto various places in the house.
Today’s high quality TV stands readily support weights of up to 300 lbs,making them potentially better suited for large television sets than a wall mount.They can be height adjusted for clearer viewing from different distances and positions, and high end stands include motorized lifts so you can vary the height without wrestling with the TV’s weight.
Mounting on a TV stand also gives easy access for plugging other devices and accessories into the television.On the downside, stands take up a lot of space, and leave unsightly wires trailing across the floor – factors to be considered alongside their many pluses.
Ceiling TV Mounts
Ceiling TV mounts solve several of the possible disadvantages of TV carts, including neatly hiding the cords for a cleaner, more orderly appearance.
They put your television in a position of high visibility, usually able to be seen easily from any part of the room, while keeping it almost totally out of the way. A ceiling-mounted TV takes up zero floor space, enabling the use of more furniture, keeping walkways uncluttered, and generally making your house both practically and visually more spacious.
While not able to support as much as a TV stand (which can often hold 100 inch televisions weighing up to 300 lbs), the ceiling mount still accommodates sets of up to 60” and 100 lbs if it is well made. This meets the television needs of many viewers. A ceiling mounted television is also well out of the reach of all but the most enterprising kids and pets, helping to protect it from damage.
Balancing these “pros” are a few “cons,” however – including the stand’s inability to be moved easily to a new location. Additionally, it may not be possible to attach a ceiling mount if you’re living in a rental property, since many landlords take a dim view of tenants drilling holes in their walls or ceilings. TV wall mounts have similar pros and cons.
TV Desktop Stands
A TV desk stand is a jointed metal arm that clamps firmly onto your desk’s edge, letting you mount it securely without damaging the furniture with drilled mounting holes.
Frequently used for computer monitors, these stands also hold flat screen TVs up to 27” across, weighing up to 14 lbs. The arm includes several sections connected by ball joints or pivots so that you can tilt, rotate, and swivel the screen to get the best possible viewing angle.
Like a wall or ceiling mount, a TV desk stand frees up space on your desktop. With modern, highly adjustable mounts, you can set up your monitor or TV to minimize your back and neck strain and encourage a healthy posture while working, helping you end the day feeling less tired and more refreshed.
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