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Atacama Cuatro 120 - any reviews?


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Is anyone using the above stand, or aware of any reviews?

Am looking to purchase one but would be good to get some feedback first.


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Have a look at the Atacama Cuatro and in my opinion it is very well built and looks very good close up. Each of the four shelves are 750 x 400 with a 175mm space between the lower and upper with a capacity of 14kg, the height to the centre line of the TV bracket is 1020 perfect for viewing. The Cuatro has cable management for the TV and AV equipment.
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Stand arrived yesterday.

It comes flat packed so you have to put it together yourself.

Quite a fiddly thing to put together on your own as a lot of the steps require holding a metal piece in position whilst inserting screws from holes below. I would recommend getting someone to help as it took me nearly two hours!

The build quality is OK, but I found that there were some loose bits of metal inside some of the struts (from where the holes had been drilled) which took a while to shake out.

If you're buying this, I would also mention that the supplied plate that covers the wires running up the centre pillar may not fit once your TV is in place (as was the case with my Sony 40W4000). Also, the centre pillar is positioned right in the middle of the base, so the TV does not sit directly against a back wall (if you wanted the wall-mount look).

Otherwise it looks pretty smart and matches in with most modern piano black TVs. I have four pieces of equipment on the shelves and my centre speaker on the base.

On another note, I think it would be possible to mount a soundbar directly below the TV (such as Q-AV) with a modified bracket or something.


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