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Choosing the proper floating TV modules for your new flat screen TV can often be more difficult than choosing the TV itself. Despite the fact that most TV stand manufacturers and re-sellers go to great lengths to provide all of the required information about their goods, choosing a final decision can be a challenging undertaking! After all, spending quality downtime relaxing in front of the TV with friends and family while enjoying R&R or 'Netflix and chill' is just as vital as other aspects of our lives.
Most people's televisions are strategically positioned in their homes or living rooms, where they play video games, watch their favorite TV programs, or check up on the news. Although a number of elements influence the quality of your floating TV sets, like the material used, aesthetics, and design, there is one thing that you must get right: the size.
Imagine finding the perfect floating TV units that you've been looking for for years — they complement your taste, are very useful, practical, sturdy, and just wonderful! And it just so happens that it's the same size as your flat-screen TV!
Now, don't get too enthusiastic just yet.
A number of customers are disappointed to learn that floating TV units and TVs are measured differently. Let's take a closer look at the differences to assist you choose the right size floating TV unit to support your flat screen TV!
TV Stand Dimensions compared. TV Dimensions
TV sizes listed in product description sections of online and physical stores are determined by diagonal measurements, whereas floating TV units are measured horizontally. To put it another way, the beautiful new 60-inch flat-screen TV you just purchased is not 60-inch broad. The 60-inch measurement does not include the frame around the TV screen, commonly known as the bezel, which means that if you buy floating TV units in this size, they will most likely be too tiny for your new TV, forcing you to return or give it away. Things get even more convoluted with contemporary HDTVs, which have 16:9 screen aspect ratios, meaning the TV's height is 56 percent of its width.
There's no reason to be concerned! To choose the proper floating TV unit size, you don't need a Ph.D. in Mathematics. Here's a way to collecting precise TV measurements that will help you find the perfect TV stand!
How to Determine the Size of Your Television
Now that we've established that the size provided in stores or catalogs isn't always true, let's see what we can do to acquire a clear idea of the size of floating TV sets we'll require. To begin, measure the width of your TV from left to right from one edge of the frame to the other with a tape measure. Make a note of the result because it represents the entire width of your TV, including the frame around it.
Then you'll need to figure out what height floating TV units are best for you and your family or friends. According to experts, the best situation for a home cinema experience is to place the middle of the TV screen at eye level. Apart from pure convenience, choosing a TV stand that places the TV screen at eye level has the added benefit of keeping your eyes healthy and relaxed.
Choosing the best floating TV units for your new flat screen TV isn't something you should do on the spur of the moment, and it necessitates a few measures. Make certain that the new centerpiece will not only provide joy and beauty to the family, but will also be solid and huge enough to sustain your magnificent new flat-screen television.
The amount of AV components you can store or display is directly proportional to the overall dimensions of a stand or cabinet. Furthermore, the placement of your TV at home will influence your size possibilities - if your TV must be put in the corner of your room, you will most likely be looking for more compact or particular corner designs. If you plan to place your new floating TV units or cabinet against a flat wall, on the other hand, your options will be substantially expanded.
Whether you're looking for a corner floating TV unit, an open design stand to exhibit all of your gear, a cabinet to hide all of your components, or a completely bespoke arrangement to match your specifications, we have it all.
Each product on our website comes with a full dimensions diagram to help you make an informed decision about whether it will fit in your area and provide enough space for all of your components.
Will my television fit?
You'll note that the product descriptions for our stands and furnishings include a maximum supported TV size. We propose maximum TV sizes depending on their entire width to guarantee there is no overhang on either side of the cabinet once your TV is installed.
However, this is not the case with items that come with an integrated bracket (cantilever stands). Each bracket we provide will have a maximum weight limit for the TV it can support. This weight is the result of our thorough testing and should not be exceeded.
Furthermore, the maximum VESA configuration (distance between mounting holes on the back of the TV) that integrated brackets can allow will be limited - please refer to the measurements diagram on any of our stands to find out the maximum VESA supported.
What exactly is VESA?
In simple terms, VESA is a worldwide TV mounting standard that specifies the distance between mounting holes on the back of your television. In their catalogs and brochures, most manufacturers list the VESA specifications of their televisions. If you're looking for a TV Mount or a floating TV unit for an existing TV, you can easily measure the VESA yourself by looking at the back of your TV and looking for the mounting holes. Measure the distance between them with a measuring tape. Horizontal (left to right) and vertical dimensions are required (top to bottom).
VESA is always expressed as two numbers, such as 200x200. The numbers indicate the distance between mounting holes in millimetres (mm), with the first number indicating the horizontal distance and the second indicating the vertical distance. The holes in the example above (200x200) are 200mm apart both horizontally and vertically.
You may be confident your TV will fit if your measurements fall within the limitations we mentioned in the ad.
Is it going to fit in my room?
• Available space – use our dimensions diagrams to ensure the floating TV units you're considering will comfortably fit the required space. • Components size – if you're planning to store components on/in one of our stands, please check the available internal space of the piece you're looking at as this can vary significantly. Allow considerable space between components and internal walls for airflow when choosing an enclosed cabinet, as enclosed environments with minimal ventilation can quickly overheat your equipment. (For further information on ventilation, see the section below.)
• Cabinet height – if you want to cover existing wall sockets, measure the distance from the top edge of the socket to the floor and compare it to our dimension guides to make sure the unit is tall enough.
• Flexibility – will you need to relocate your stand/cabinet on a regular basis? If so, models from our Mood or Studio series, which have hidden castors under the legs for easier placement and movement, would be a good fit.
When designing an enclosed cabinet, one of the most crucial aspects to consider is ventilation. Within the cabinet, your components must be able to "breathe," and the more devices you have, the more air they require to stay cool and perform at their best.
To provide adequate airflow and air circulation, all of our cabinets have partially open backs with additional removable panels.
If your AV system requires additional cooling, we provide cabinets with speaker cloth or perforated steel doors. These porous materials, in combination with an open back, provide full back-to-front airflow, ensuring that all electronics inside the cabinet remain cool and functional at all times.
Cable Organization
Cables are an important (albeit unsightly) component of any system that no one wants to see.
Whether you want open or enclosed floating TV sets, all of our models come with cable management systems to keep your connections neatly hidden.
In open designs, cable channels are frequently routed through the center of the stand with handy clips to keep your connections hidden, whereas enclosed cabinets include convenient routing channels between compartments and an open back, enabling simple access to your wires while hiding them from view.
Managing the Electronics in Your Floating TV Units
If you're thinking about getting an enclosed cabinet for your media setup, you might be worried about how easy it will be to control everything that's been neatly hidden away. Nothing would ruin the minimalistic styling of our cabinets more than doors that need to be left open for remote controls to work.
We took this into account when designing our models and addressed it in one of three ways:
• IR Repeater System – for models finished in solid wood or glass, we include a convenient IR repeater system, which is a small electronic device that hides inside your cabinet and allows you to operate up to six devices.
• IR Friendly Glass – For the front doors, most of our cabinets will have the option of an IR Friendly Glass Finish. This type of glass provides full control of equipment inside without the need for additional electronic systems.
• Speaker Fabric - Like the IR Friendly Glass, our speaker fabric doors offer complete management of the cabinet's components. Furthermore, speaker fabric allows you to conceal your soundbar within the cabinet without compromising its sound quality.
Performance Audio
Is it possible to conceal my speakers within the cabinet?
Many of our clients want their soundbars and satellite speakers to be hidden inside their cabinets. If the cabinet doors are made of glass or wood, they will undoubtedly impede the passage from speaker to ear when they are closed.
To solve this, we now offer Speaker Fabric or Perforated Steel doors on several of our models, allowing you to conceal your speakers and soundbars within the cabinet without sacrificing audio quality, while also enhancing air ventilation.
Flat Pack vs. Ready-Assembled
Nothing ruins the excitement of buying new furniture for your home like the prospect of putting it together. We have all experienced the inconveniences that come with flat-packed furniture: time-consuming labor; complicated assembly instructions; missing components; probable damage.
As a result, all of our media floating TV sets come fully installed. That's right: our factory employees hand-assemble each model, ensuring the greatest possible quality while causing the least amount of hassle to you. Simply remove the wrapping from your cabinet when it arrives, and your new item is ready to use. Our factory professionals assemble furniture to provide the finest quality for your peace of mind.
Although our smaller floating TV units are delivered flat packaged, they are made of high-quality steel and glass components. This, combined with the smallest number of assembly procedures feasible, means that your new furniture will be simple to assemble and ready to use in no time.
Materials Options, options, options...
When it comes to TV & Media Furniture, we all have various preferences, wants, and style requirements.
Our furniture is designed to blend in with your house, with high-gloss or soft-touch colored finishes, conventional hardwood designs, or fabric and brushed aluminum.
Our over 15,000 options allow you to confidently construct the configuration not just for any room, but for your room, regardless of the style or size of your home.
Cabinet Personalization
The ever-increasing number of boxes beneath our televisions presents numerous issues when it comes to showing or concealing the equipment.
Whether you want your components and media visible or hidden, our cabinets can provide you with the flexibility, access, and control you need. We have everything you need, including integrated media storage, DVD compartments, flexible interior shelving, IR (remote control) friendly glass, acoustic fabric, and integrated IR repeater systems. Simply tell us what you need and we'll assist you in selecting a standard that meets your needs.
Commercial Use
Meeting rooms, greeting areas, and workplaces all benefit from TV screens. You may want a basic elevated design with no additional storage requirements, or a thorough cabinet solution to disguise the installation and additional components, depending on where the TV is positioned.
When more height is required in modern office situations, our minimalist, contemporary Plasma stands are ideal. Our luxurious and stylish Studio or Elements Series, on the other hand, might be the ideal accent to boardrooms and executive offices. Whatever your requirements, our vast choice of floating TV sets has a solution for you.
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