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Plasma TV Stands Word Count: 618 Summary: Plasma TVs have revolutionized television with the wide-screen features and compact size and shape. The plasma TV stands have replaced the conventional entertainment center to create a cinema-like look and feel and to improve your viewing experience. Plasma TV stands are usually quite minimalist, although many provide place at the base to store DVDs or even drinks. Your Plasma TV stands can match the theme of your home theatre, and can be understated and functional. Some plas... Keywords: home, entertainment, tv, plasma tv, tv stands Article Body: Plasma TVs have revolutionized television with the wide-screen features and compact size and shape. The plasma TV stands have replaced the conventional entertainment center to create a cinema-like look and feel and to improve your viewing experience. Plasma TV stands are usually quite minimalist, although many provide place at the base to store DVDs or even drinks. Your Plasma TV stands can match the theme of your home theatre, and can be understated and functional. Some plasma TV stands are funky, futuristic, chic or seem “barely there.” Plasma TV stands which “do the job” consist of chrome poles with bases. These plasma tv stands will hold your plasma tv effectively in place and, at the same time, can look quite classy. You can choose a stand which is straight or slightly curved. Dramatic, geometric shapes are also favored by some for a more artistic look. Some plasma tv stands combine minimalism with functionality, and have small areas at the bottom for storing what you need. This can be a simple storage area, or a glass or wood cabinet which can hold books, decorations or other items of interest. Some install plasma tv stands ontop of a simple bar, to combine cocktail hour with a movie or a game. If you would like to keep your existing home entertainment center, you can install a very simple, short plasma tv stand on top of a home entertainment cabinet. This will eliminate the necessity of purchasing an all-new entertainment center, or throwing out a favorite piece of furniture. The advantage of plasma tvs is that they can fit almost everywhere, and plasma tv stands are every bit as versatile as the product they hold. Plasma TV stands can be virtually invisible and hold a tv directly onto a wall. Like all plasma tv stands, these must be durable enough to bear the weight of a plasma tv, which can be considerable. You should consult an expert to see what kind of plasma tv stands are durable enough to use, and to install your plasma tv at an angle so it can easily be viewed by those sitting below. When installing your plasma tv, do so with a partner, and make sure that you are both sufficiently strong to bear the weight of the plasma tv, since even a small scratch on a screen will ruin it completely. The first thing to look for in a plasma tv stand is strength, and it is easy to find plasma tv stands that are both durable and attractive. You can convert a glass table or a counter in to a plasma tv stand by finding a smaller plasma tv stand to put on top of it. Ensure that the glass or the cabinet will bear the weight of the television, and that it is located in a part of the room where it can be easily seen. You can use the cabinet to store tv guides, cable guides, you collection of DVDs and anything else you might need. Many prefer small doors to cover what is in the cabinets, but glass slabs can serve as excellent shelves for DVD players and other audio visual equipment. You can find plasma tv stands in furniture stores or in places where televisions are sold. It is suggested to find good quality, sturdy plasma tv stands if you don’t want your investment of thousands of dollars to come crashing to the floor. If you are installing a plasma tv for the first time, it is a good idea to consult an expert, or to have a professional do the installation. He or she can decide whether your plasma tv stand is durable enough to do the job.
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