Why Audio Towers Are Important For Your Audio/Video Equipment

Most people who own an audio tower buy one with the sole intention of having it to improve the appearance of their audio/video equipment. They seem to neglect the fact that audio towers are great in helping to keep your expensive equipment in its proper working order. It’s hardly surprising that one would be overwhelmed by the choice of audio towers that are available today, in different shapes, sizes and materials. There are several manufacturers who make them with high quality materials which will serve to ensure consumers that their equipment will be stored and organized safely.

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This simple elegant audio stand is great for any room. The contours of the glass top and base gives this unit a clean style which matches the TV stand. The profiled edge on the bottom shelf adds to the beauty of the unit. There are three adjustable glass shelves below the TV Shelf that allows you to store your electronic components. The back panels are manufactured with individual cord openings to hide all of your electrical cords. The decorative adjustable silver feet are used to level the unit. Constructed of composite board with durable PVC Laminate. Clean with a dry non abrasive cloth. Assembly is required.

These towers are great for times when you’ll be using flat screen TV wall mounts and need a place for your AV equipment.  When you plan on buying a new audio tower, one of the first points to consider is how many shelves you think will be needed. For optimum safety and maintenance I would strongly urge you to designate one shelf to each piece of audio or video equipment that you have. Having one item per shelf also allows for easy access so you do not run the risk of over-reaching. If you think that you will be adding to your entertainment system in the near future, then it might be worth buying an audio tower with even more shelving than what your current needs require. If you end up not expanding on your home theater then you will always make use of the extra shelves with your DVD or CD collection.  DVD stands are another consideration for home theater setups.

It is a personal choice as regards to what material you would like your audio tower to be constructed with. The most popular and most expensive is wood, but you might want to consider the rest of the furniture in the room and what color would best compliment the room as it currently is. The final feature to consider is glass doors. Not a necessity but if you would like the contents of your tower to remain dust free, then this is a good way to go. Just make sure that the glass is of high quality and if you have small children that it is child-proof. The whole idea of an audio tower is to protect and maintain your home theater for many years to come.

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