Pop-up television cabinets are becoming more widely used now. When closed the TV is protected and kept cleaner than if it was open constantly. The TV can be raised by a button on the cabinet or by using a remote control. On the right side of this cabinet is a compartment behind a smoked glass door. The glass allows remotes for the components housed there to be used. This cabinet is done in walnut with a rubbed oil finish.
Curt & Keath Weatherholt
Just as there are pop-up units there are also drop-down units. This is placed above our pulpit at church and connected to the computer system with three other monitors.Not bad for a small country church! Many options are available with this hardware. A TV could simply disappear into the ceiling provided there is attic space available.