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Need a Slim Stand for my LCD

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LcdGuru

Guest
I just bought a 37" LCD and I'm looking for a nice slimline stand. The set and all my AV units are <30cm deep. So ideally the stand should be 35cm deep, 35cm high and 110cm wide. But all I can find are stands for plasmas *or* CRTs - invariably >50cm deep. Anybody know a supplier for 35cm deep flatscreen-only stands :lease: Thanks
 

jimsan

Established Member
I have the Kenmark two shelf glass stand. It is 110cm wide and 45cm deep. I've never seen any only 35cm deep. Very nice, though, and only £199 at Comet.

Jimmy
 

getdownmonkeyma

Established Member
jimsan said:
I have the Kenmark two shelf glass stand. It is 110cm wide and 45cm deep. I've never seen any only 35cm deep. Very nice, though, and only £199 at Comet.

Jimmy

or £99 at Index nearly did the same thing buying it from John Lewis. :rolleyes:
 

jimsan

Established Member
getdownmonkeyma said:
or £99 at Index nearly did the same thing buying it from John Lewis. :rolleyes:
Argh! I can't believe it's only £99 at Index. This is an outstanding quality stand which, to me, looks better quality than any of tha Alphason or Optimum stands. It was a bargain at £199! Only £99 my goodness gracious me....

Jimmy
 
L

LcdGuru

Guest
Thanks for the tip about the Kenmark stand. I'll check it out.

One point though. Most stands with >2 shelves seem to be too tall. My LCD is best viewed at 0 degrees. Below 0 degrees the blacks start to crush. I don't really want to tilt the screen down so I figure the stand needs to be <40cm high for armchair viewing.

Closest to ideal seems to be the Optimum AVFF2SL. ( 110W x 40D x 37H ).
 

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