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Home cinema stand suggestions?

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Blenky, Oct 24, 2001.

  1. Blenky

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    I need to replace the current stand I use for my home cinema set up.

    I have a 28 WS TV, AV Amp, DVD, Video and Digital Cable box to fit on/in it.

    Could someone recommend any on-line stores that stock such a beast. I need something tasteful but that won't break the bank.

    Thanks :)

    [ 24-10-2001: Message edited by: Blenky ]
     
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    I'm looking for something similar, and have been looking at stands at www.triskom.com who seem to have quite a good range. I (or rather she who must be obeyed) have not made a decision yet on which one to go for.
     
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    Try standsunique.comI have had my Ultimate high Av support for just over 2 years it is the dogs.The list price was £720 at the time but I only paid £500,from Kellys in Brentwood Essex.
     
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    I second Stands Unique. The Owner - Rod Keith - is a top bloke. Really interested in home cinema and infact has a CRT from Roland at B4!
     
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    I have Standesign, nice and sturdy...
     
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    i personaly prefere the diy aproch .

    MDF is great stuff if you ask me . i built a unit that was perfect . everything fit perfectly .

    nothing i could buy would fit exactly what i needed it for ( 32" tv, screen , speakers, amp, dvd,) so a trip to b&q was the thing to do ;)
     
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    Mine is from 'Optimum 2000' (www.optimum2000.com).

    However, its all glass which may not appeal to you.

    A word on strength.. Mine is 1m wide without a center support and I have my Sony KV36FS70 at almost 100kg on it.

    So its pretty strong!
     
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