It shows how far we have come when you take a look back at the very first television sets. Not only were they all displaying a picture in black and white, but people had to settle for a lower standard of picture quality – though some would argue that the content hasn’t always improved at the same rate.
During the 80s and 90s most TVs were still big and bulky and although nearly all in colour, they have come so far within the last decade. In fact, with the latest high definition televisions, these devices now offer far more in terms of being able to link in with all kinds of other equipment as well.
It is true to say that the overall entertainment experience has increased dramatically over time, with the most up-to-date LED, LCD and plasma TVs now being slimmer and lighter than ever, yet providing even more in terms of picture and sound quality plus the number of features available. And with the popularity of 3D in cinemas now being transferred to the home, you can now even get TVs with 3D built in.
To keep up pace with technology, TV wall brackets have been able to change too. As the TVs went slimmer and less bulky, these mounts can be designed to make the most of the TV set while looking stylish themselves at the same time. With a range of adjustment and flexibility features to suit the user, everyone can be happy with how far these devices have evolved over time.