Carlo Lombardo. Entertainment Center. November 21st , 2020.
You need to be careful about the design of the cabinets you choose. This is because technology is rapidly changing you must have room for new equipment.
As said, the TV cabinet is the primary cabinet and the associated cabinets for other equipment such as the PC and CD/DVD player are relatively smaller. Next, you also have to choose between glass doors and wood doors for the cabinets. If your equipment operates with remote control, then choosing glass doors makes sense. You can also opt for glass coverings if you plan to put photos, decorative pieces, or books in the cabinets.
You can consider solid wood doors if you want to use the cabinets for storage areas for CDs. Then, while deciding upon the doors, you also have to keep in mind that electronic equipment produces heat and if there is no space for the heat to defuse, it might ruin the sensitive circuit boards or the microchips within the equipment.
Today´s home entertainment systems are every bit as good in quality and sound as the movie theatres, plus they are getting better and even cheaper as technology continues to advance. In fact, with today´s home entertainment centers, watching a DVD at home with your surround sound system is a very enjoyable experience.
If you have little floor space in your entertainment room you should consider mounting your plasma TV instead of putting it on a heavy piece of furniture. You can choose between the ceiling, wall, and pole mounts, or use i-beam clamps, truss mounting kits, and architectural spanning adapters for conventional tube televisions. Despite all the progress made in television technology, some old models are still in use. You can also use mounts for your speakers.
Keep the design of your room in mind when selecting, so the piece will complimentary what is already in place. If your furniture is mostly wooden, then looking to a wooden media center or at least a veneer in the same shade would be the best idea for seamless integration into your room.
Entertainment centers and TV stands come in an endless variety of sizes and configurations. Entertainment centers are a great investment in terms of how they use the available floor space in a room since they utilize both vertical (wall) rather and horizontal (floor) space. The other noticeable benefit of an entertainment center is storage, providing a multifunctional solution. Not only do entertainment furniture function as TV stands, but they also incorporate different types of storage in order to accommodate a DVD/VCR player, speakers (if you choose not to go the freestanding speaker stands route), DVDs, CDs, games, and videos.
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