Additionally, home theater furniture shouldn’t only look cool, it needs to be cool. Electronic components put off a lot of heat and that heat has to go somewhere. Your furniture should include built in ventilation to promote airflow, allowing this heat to escape and to protect your home theater investment.
The old adage is as true with furniture as it is with anything else: you get what you pay for.
Entry-level TV stands have their place, but may lack the features, premium materials and design elements of higher quality furniture. Make sure that you choose a stand that is sturdy, full of user-friendly features and engineered to last. Quality home theater furniture can offer you a lifetime of enjoyment.