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Global Furniture Wide TV Stand in Wenge
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I was looking for a TV stand over 6-ft long that was fairly modern. This is a great stand for the price - I did a lot of in-stor
e shopping at furniture chains (most were only 5-ft long, traditional, and over $500) and high-end Italian stores (long length, modern, and $1200+).It is darker than the picture (wenge, almost black) and the actual dimensions once assembled are 82" length, 23" depth, and 19" height[...]There is some minor assembly, and I did this by myself (female) in under and hour (most of the time was dealing with box and styrofoam cleanup). The 200-lb weight listed is probably the delivery weight, but the actual weight seems to be much less - I found it pretty easy to move this thing around on carpet. You have to flip it on it's side and screw in the legs and then flip it back and slide in the glass shelves in the middle sections and pop in the door fronts. Super easy. Looks great!
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OmniMount G-3FP Flat Panel TV Stand
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This product is really a great product - so I'll start out with the two major issues I had.1. A few of the screw holes had gott
en paint in them from the manufacturers' painting process which required much effort to repeatedly screw the bolts in and out to remove the paint (and made we worried about getting screws stuck since it required a good amount of effort).2. The ESSENTIAL bolts which mount the bracket that screws onto the back of my plasma to the universal mount attached to the main post - were NOT the correct bolts!!! Again - there was paint in the screw holes - which made me think that was the only problem. I ended up trying to screw the bolts in and out to remove the paint - and got one screw stuck and stripped it trying to get it out (I have never stripped an allen-hole bolt before!). At this point I was almost irate - and realized the paint wasn't the problem but in fact the bolts were not the correct size. I had to use a vice to remove the stripped, incorrect bolt(I had to go to [@] to do this because I didn't have one). I then found the correctly threaded bolts at Home Depot that DID fit the screw hole, worked the paint out with them and ended up successfully mounting the TV to the stand. This was, neeedless to say a pain in my butt - all the while gettting slack from my wife because she thought "I had broke this $400 stand and that it was MY FAULT that I couldn't put it together". Of course, once I came back from[@] with the CORRECT hardware and she saw that this wasn't the case - she was happy with the product (and me). Overall this was a headache that is unacceptable when you buy a $400 TV stand/mount.Now that we have had it for a few weeks - the product looks great, is very functional (very adjustable viewing angles (side to side swivel and up and down swivel), including overall height adjustment of the top shelf and TV itself. The wiring organizing system in the back works pretty well too.
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