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Has anyone got the PIONEER PDK-FS02 Floating Floor Stand?

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by ResB, Feb 22, 2004.

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    If anyone has, can they measure and tell me the dimension as shown on the attached image?

    I would very much appreciate it. ;)
     

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    Bump...Quite a number of members reading this but no answer... :)
     
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    Mine measures 28.7 cm
     
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    You beauty. :)

    If you don't mind, can you tell me what the stability of the stand is when loaded with the PDP-434HDE and 3/4 AV units? Have you added any supplemental suppots?

    Sorry, but we have a 6 month baby boy and he's into everything. :)
     
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    On the bottom of the stand I have an Isotek mini-sub and a Pioneer 868 DVD player. On the glass stand I have a sky+ box and a KEF egg. This was the best arrangement for me but I did briefly have all the components on the glass stand at one time with no problems. The stand comes with 2 sting eyletes that can be attached to the plasma and then the wall for extra support but i havent bothered with this.

    It says in the instructions that the maximum load on the glass stand is 20kg.
     

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