TV brackets are a vital accessory for all flat screen televisions. They not only provide support to the TV but also enhance the overall home décor. There are different types of TV brackets in the market. Some of them are explained below.
Fixed TV brackets
Fixed TV brackets are the most affordable and basic of all TV brackets and are the perfect choice for a budget spender. These TV brackets are ideal for homes where there are just one or two primary TV viewing positions. Fixed TV brackets are the least flexible – they do not allow the LCD TV to tilt, swivel or rotate in any direction. If the LCD TV is mounted in a suitable spot, then it enhances the viewing experience and also does not make the TV look protruding.
Tilt TV brackets
Tilt TV brackets are one step above of fixed TV brackets. With tilt TV brackets, the viewer can change the angle of the TV in certain directions. The tilt feature is beneficial when outside glare of the sun has to be avoided. It also helps when the viewer will be watching the TV from different levels.
Swivel TV brackets
Swivel TV brackets can move the LCD TV screen up and down and also side to side. These TV brackets are advanced than the above mentioned types. The only downside of these brackets is that the LCD TV is positioned far away from the wall which makes it look protruding.
Full motion TV brackets
Full motion TV brackets not only help to tilt and swivel the LCD TV screen but also move the TV screen in a complete 360 degrees angle. This makes it possible for the viewer to view the TV from any room provided it is placed in a centre position and there is no wall obstructing the view.