Where should you place an LCD TV?
You’ve finally decided to go with a flat panel TV screen and to get rid of the giant TV that takes up too much of your living room with its bulky stand and cables knotted everywhere. If you have already decided on the perfect size for your home or budget, the only decision left is where to put it. Traditionally you would be limited by the direction and strength of sunlight that streams in your windows into your living room. A CRT, or cathode ray tube, TV can be unwatchable under strong daylight. However an LCD offers the ultimate in flexibility as its picture stands up to the harsh light of day. So now all angles and areas are possible locations for your LCD TV. Next consider whether you’d prefer to hang your screen or leave it on its stand. Nowadays, thanks to the lightweight of an LCD model, stands are simple and small.
At www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/en/Regza-LCD-TV/ you can see just how unobtrusive, and even attractive, the stands and LCD models can be. The clean lines of the LCD TV will happily decorate a simple table or banquette. If you buy a coordinating wall-mount you can avoid this problem entirely and take up no more space in your home than a picture or a mirror. Although LCD screens offer a very wide angle of view, you can increase it with an angled mount or even an articulated mount. Thus you can adjust your TV to face the table, the sofa or the desk without the help of someone strong!