If you are trying to understand TV medium terminology, look no further. Below we have compiled explanations of the most frequently used phrases, specifications, and detailed types of TV media.
What you should consider before buying
When looking for a TV stand, the first thing you notice is the VESA measurements. VESA (Video Electronics Standards Association) is the distance between the four holes on the back of the TV (where the TV mount needs to be attached). You will need to choose a VESA-compliant TV mount for your TV. To find out your VESA measurements, you can check your TV’s user manual or measure the distance between four holes with a ruler or tape measure. TV mounts usually have a minimum and maximum VESA measurement – as long as your TV’s VESA measurements match the minimum and maximum TV stand measurements, your TV should match the TV mount.
2) Loading capacity
When choosing a TV stand, you should make sure that your TV stand holds the weight of your TV. Loading capacity is the maximum weight a TV stand can handle – be sure to check the weight of your TV for loading capacity – no one wants a broken TV.
TV media types
1) Low profile or ultra-thin TV bracket
Both “low profile” and “ultra-thin” are TV mounts that are located right next to the wall.
2) Tilting TV bracket
The Tilting TV Stand is a stand that can tilt back and forth, which means you can easily adjust the angle to get the best viewing position.
3) CONSOLE TV BRACKET
The console TV stand gives you maximum functionality – you can rotate and tilt the TV with the console. in all directions.
4) Universal TV bracket
As the name suggests, the Universal TV Stand is compatible with 99.9% of TV brands and models. There are some exceptions that don’t fit with Universal TV, so it’s always a good idea to double-check.
Functions and Specifications
1) Heavy cold rolled steel
This applies to the TV stand material – the heavy cold rolled steel bracket will have an excellent strength-to-weight ratio and can hold heavier TVs.
2) Back panel
The back panel is the panel on the back of the TV stand. The back panel is basically attached to the wall to hold the stand in place.
3) Stormy hands
The arms are the moving elements of the TV stand. Connect your hands to your TV and connect it to the TV bracket. You will find holes on each arm which you will need to match a maximum of 4 holes on the back of the TV. To find out if the TV mount is suitable or not – you need to measure the VESA of the TV.
4) adapter plate
If your TV stand does not fit your TV, you only need an adapter plate to make it compatible. The adapter plate is a plate that can be added to the back of the TV and attached to the TV stand. All you have to do is make sure that the adapter board complies with the VESA measurements for your TV.
5) hand extension
You will most often see an “arm extension” in connection with console TV mounts. Arm span refers to how far the TV stand can extend. With some console TV stands, you will be able to move the stand left or right.
6) Tilt angle
The tilt angle is how well the TV can maneuver up and down.
7) as a heart
Since the rotation is how far, left and right, you will be able to move the console TV stand.
TV bracket installation
1) wall masonry
Masonry walls are made of brick, concrete, stone, granite, etc. These are the walls that are easy to install TV standBecause it provides a solid foundation that supports the weight of your TV.
2) Partition wall (eg Knauf)
A non-load bearing partition wall is usually a wall that separates or divides a space. It is usually made of a wooden frame and enclosed in gypsum board. If you want to put a TV stand on a partition wall, you will need to do it on a wood frame reinforced below.
3) Special Reinforcements
In some sections there is a wooden structure in the wall, usually a structure on which gypsum boards are fixed. When installing a TV stand, it is important to find this structure below and attach the stand to wood – unlike gypsum board. If it is attached to the gypsum board, then the gypsum board is unlikely to withstand the weight of the TV without additional specialized devices. TV or. The bracket can fall off and leave damage to the back wall.
4) Find the wall
A wall reinforcement finder (or detector/sensor) is a hand-held electrical device that locates a structure, electrical wires, or tubes behind a wall. You can use the search engine to find the best place to install the TV stand.
The official importer and distributor of VONHAUS TVs is the Elkotex doo company, which is engaged in wholesale trade. VonHaus wall mounts can be found in all well stocked online retailers as well as Big Bang stores.