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Corner TV Stands
Tech-Craft Veneto Series 30" Mahogany Hi-Boy Stand
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Though not real wood, this furniture is pretty solid. It's also very attractive & looks great in my living room.
I had 2 concer
ns when i bought this, as i was looking for a toddler-friendly cabinet to protect my stereo components! 1) I wrote to the manufacturer and they told me the glass could not be replaced with plexiglass as the glass is built into the door. Not quite true. They are sealed with what looks like rubber (instead of glaze) and I believe it would be fairly easy to remove the rubber & glass and replace with plexi. Since the glass is tempered, I'm going to wait until it breaks (which seems inevitable in my house)
2) It's hard to find child-safety-cabinet-locks that work with entertainment centers. I spent half an hour looking at the handles on this thing trying to figure out how the hell to keep my kid out of it, then realized i could simply put the handles on the INSIDE. I can still get the doors open, but without handles my kid (and wife) cannot get into it. Viola!
Overall, this is great furniture and i would recommend.
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Bush Furniture Segments Swivel Plasma TV Stand in Black
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New York, NY
Assembly: Unpacking the box, you might be initially intimidated by all the baggies of nuts, screws, bolts, etc. Don't be; most o
f the included fasteners are provided so as to accommodate the myriad ways in which different manufacturers wall-mount their units. Assembly does require two people, as the tempered glass shelves are weighty and long, and you really need someone to help with lining up the holes in the shelves with the pegs and rods in the supports. I'd suggest separating all the screws and parts you need for assembly of the unit from those you only need for mounting the TV, as it will make things a lot easier for you. The provide just enough glue for the wooden pegs, so you might wish to pick up a small bottle of wood glue in case you use too much in the early stages of assembly. That being said, assembly is not as hard as it seems, and myself and a friend got it done in about an hour and change, allowing about 10 minutes each time we needed to glue wooden pegs into place.Function and Appearance: Don't be fooled by its simple design, the stand looks really sharp. I ordered the black finish for mine, and the glossy black finish coupled with the black tempered glass gives it a sleek, if somewhat understated look. Swivel is smooth and steady, bracket mount is secure, and glass shelves are solid and able to support components without bowing. Note: DO NOT move the unit by the top shelf, as it is only fastened in the rear-center of the unit. That being said, I've shifted and moved the unit by the second shelf with a 55" Samsung 950 mounted to it without any problem. That's another pro - it WILL allow the mounting of larger than 50" TVs, just be sure to check the specs for your TV, particularly the weight.[...]
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