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Discussion in 'AV Stands, Cabinets, Seating & Furniture' started by Ja50nKay, Jul 23, 2004.

  1. Ja50nKay

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    I have done a search, but not come up with much within my budget.

    I am looking for an AV stand to support my 24" TV, panasonic sc-ht870 dvd system, its centre speaker, and my video recorder. Extra space for a sky box if i get one, and for cd's / random stuff would be nice, but not essential.

    I am very limited with space, ideal size would be no more than 1000mm, but could stretch to 1300mm. Depth limited to no more than 70mm, and height I don't mind, but as the tv will be on top make your own judgements on whats sensible.

    I'm not too fussed about materials, but certainly don't have the time/motivation or skill to make my own. Any recommendations on units or even where to look?

    On a budget of about £150, and space is tight. :)
     
  2. chipwood

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    I've seen the jali stuff that has been mentioned in the threads. try www.jali.co.uk you can get something made to your own sizes :thumbsup:
     
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    do you really man 70mm for the depth? never seen a 3 inch deep vcr or skybox before :D
     
  4. Ja50nKay

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    :oops: 700mm, obviously :p

    Not sure I like the idea of the JAli stuff, just wanna buy summat already done. There is absolutely nowehere round here that does anything suitable so I have plumped for getting something online, so ANY recommendations will be considered (assuming they dont cost many hundreds of pounds)
     

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