Plasma TV Stand or Mounting - Mounting a Plasma TV on the Wall
If you are looking for more options as to where to locate your television, then you will not go far wrong if you
invest in a plasma screen television set. One of the big advantages of plasma television sets is their ability to
be mounted just about anywhere including wall mounting.
The actual mounting location for your plasma television set will be depend, in part, by the type and size of
television that you purchase. Consequently, before you decide on the make and model of your new plasma television,
it is probably better to first decide exactly where you would like to mount it.
Once you have decided where you want to mount your new plasma television, take some measurements of that area
and also, if possible, take one or two pictures of the space to take with you to the store.
If you want to mount your new plasma television in what might be considered a specialized position, such as over
a bed or a fireplace, it is advisable to have your television professionally installed. As well as safety issues,
you may also need carpentry work carried out in order to mount the set securely.
Having determined where you want to place your new television, your next decision is how to mount it. The laws
of gravity will not work with a plasma television as they do with a normal television set. If you need to ask why,
it is advisable to have your plasma television professionally installed.
Choices of where to mount your television include mounting to a wall, a piece of furniture or a stand. The great
advantage is that cables are easy to conceal but the disadvantage is that if you install it yourself and it
malfunctions later then the manufacturer will try to blame your installation.
If you have previously installed a ceiling fan, or some other complex project, you may want to consider mounting
it yourself. On the other hand, if the most complex project that you have ever done is a flat pack cabinet or
bookcase, then save yourself the hassle and enlist the help of a professional installer.
A plasma television is a large, heavy and delicate piece of equipment and it is certainly not the same as
hanging a picture or mirror. In fact, it might not be a bad idea to encase it in glass. You want this television as
secure as possible as it costs way too much to take any chances with less than perfect mounting.
Now that you have decided where and how you want to mount your plasma television, it is time to go shopping. Go
to a specialist electronics store and remember that you do not want the largest or most expensive model. You want
the model with that is the right size and weight to look and fit right into your space.
There are several ways for mounting plasma television sets. Depending on the type of set up you have in the room
where you plan on having your television, you can choose from any number of mounting options. Wall mounts and
specially designed television stands are among the most popular types of mounting.