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Metal/Glass stand for 36" TV

Discussion in 'TVs' started by Aydon, May 1, 2003.

  1. Aydon

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    I am moving to a new house with a dedicated cinema room. I would like my components to be situated at the side of the room with my 36" Widescreen Panny on it's own at the front (Until I have saved up for a good projector.

    Anyone have any ideas as to a nice looking yet reasonably priced stand for TV only - preferably in metal and glass (If glass would take the weight!) rather than black/Wood.
     
  2. hornydragon

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    Do panny notmake one for that TV? if ot then it will be expensive try green apple very nice but pricey also try ikea they are the best value really or get down to some DIY and make one a glazier would be able to advise on the thinkness/type og glass you would need.
     
  3. MikeNelson

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    I use a Sound Options glass stand with wood effect legs. 10 mm toughened glass to hold a Tosh 36" beast. Also has an array of hefty other kit on board so it'll definitley hold it. Not cheap though - about 500 quid I recall.
     
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    I use a Soundstyle stand and have had no problems. Looks great and can accomodate my Dynaudio C122 centre speaker on the second shelf.
     
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    Aydon just realised your in cardiff. The green apple range can be seen in Dixons XL on queen street
     
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    Thanks - but I have plunged straight for the pj - saves a bit in the long run ;)
     

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