Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 07:41:38 AM. TV Stands. By Cort Friedrich.
However, you must also think about the impact on ventilation and access to the devices before you decide if this is the best way for you to go.
You will also need to make sure your TV has the right type of fittings on the back. It probably has.
In the example above of the Sauder Harbor View corner TV stand pictured above - the rear is flat with just the edges shaped for a corner - so that gives more room for equipment inside.
Depending on the layout of your room, it may be that a traditional wide glass or wooden stand may not fit into the space you have available.
The thickness of the glass, the type of cable management and the weight of the TV you are going to put on it are all part of the equation.
The vast majority of flat panel TV's will have a VESA fitting. This refers to the distance between the mounting holes on the back of the TV.
This type of stand can also allow you to have the TV at a greater height when compared to a glass or wooden stand - which will often offer a lower viewing position when the TV is in place.