Installing your Television/Video Monitor
Installing your video monitor isn't really a delicate process, but one that is essential to be done right. Some of the problems that can result if it's not done correctly are:
- Monitor can Fall Off Wall
- Viewers get Neck Cramps
- Images Look Distorted (from side angular viewing)
Before You Get Started Installing Your Monitor...
You've spent a lot of hard-earned money to get your new flat screen monitor, so don't get in a hurry and make mistakes. If possible, invest a little more money in getting a professional to install your home theater video screen. You'll be glad you did.
Design and Layout for the Video Monitor
This step is important to take seriously because your video monitor will be mounted permanently, and many aspects of the mounting will affect the viewers "user experience". Here are things you should have considered in your layout and design for your video monitor:
- Height of Screen
- Angle of Screen to Viewers
- Clean and stable power supply
- Mounting options
- Cable management