Different ways to use a tv bracket 

 

TV does not play any role, except for its diagonal. According to the standards, the devices are divided by mass. But it is already in line with some dimensions of the diagonal. That is, you can make a product weighing 90 kg with a diagonal of 30 inches. Everything is possible through TV brackets. Using tv brackets we can change the atmosphere of an environment and make it more pleasant or formal, we can do whatever we want according to our need.

TV Stands: The Mini-Guide To Set Up A Meeting Room

Do you need to set up a meeting or conference room in the office? Discover some practical tips to find the best TV support for your needs and find your way among the dozens of TV brackets in Singapore and modern TV stands available on the market. The TV stands that we recommend you purchase are those made of steel, aluminium or in any case metal, which has very high solidity and resistance over time. A very important feature is that the TV stand has a cable management column or at least an integrated cable management system, which allows you to collect the power wires in an orderly manner and hide them from view.

Rotating TV stand: always find the best viewing angle

If your meeting or meeting room is not very large, a very useful feature in a TV stand is that of having the TV bracket rotatable. This feature will allow you to orient the TV at will, without necessarily moving the base, and to adapt it to the arrangement of the chairs and people attending the meeting. Some models have a swivel bracket even up to 360 °, to give you the maximum degree of flexibility and vision.

TV Trolley: Choose It If You Have To Move The TV From One Room To Another

If your need is to be able to easily move the TV stand from one room to another, the best choice is a TV trolley with wheels. You can then use the same TV stand in various meeting rooms, optimizing resources and costs. Choose the TV trolley equipped with shelves or shelves, which will allow you to insert all the audio-video devices you need, such as DVD players, projectors, etc.

Television Brackets: The Optimal Choice For Wall Mounting

If you are sure you have to put the TV in a fixed place on the wall, the ideal solution is one of the many television brackets. The peculiarities of a TV wall support are innumerable and you are spoiled for choice between removable, adjustable and tilting TV supports. There are also ceiling TV brackets, which allow you to save a lot of space, or corner brackets, to insert the TV even between the corners of the walls, areas usually very difficult to furnish.

Motorized Tv Bracket 

The special TV MOVING motorized TV brackets allow you to position the TV screen and/or any other audio-video systems in a completely innovative and original way, managing to obtain unmatched aesthetic and functional results.

Using these motorized TV supports it is possible to hide the TV or other audio/video reproduction devices in points of the room and with types of motorization that were previously unthinkable, with the peace of mind of electrically managing the output movement in total safety and orientation of the screen.

With the special TV MOVING motorized TV brackets, the design of the design and furnishings of a residential (but also commercial) environment is no longer limited by the traditional constraints of audio/video stations. The freedom to define spaces independently of the positions of the multimedia entertainment devices, thanks to these motorized systems, can finally go hand in hand with the achievement of full functionality and usability of domestic and commercial environments, enriching itself in addition to an unmistakable and fascinating design technological.

The different types of these special motorized TV supports allow you to position televisions and/or audio systems in truly original situations and positions, without renouncing the comfort of a correct viewing position at times of use. In many cases, through these electric lifters, it is possible to hide the TV in amazing ways. From systems of sliding panels that allow you to conceal televisions behind paintings, mirrors or decorative elements of furniture and boiserie, to sliding and flag-waving supports that allow you to conceal video systems in counter-walls or furniture; to get to the more elaborate motor systems that make it possible to hide the TV under beds and even under the floor.