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Pionner 434hde Desktop stand

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by hemp3, Apr 18, 2004.

  1. hemp3

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    Has anyone got one of these screens withthe desk top stand if so how high does the screen become. I want to get one but have a bay window and wall mounting is impossible and my stand is full so i need the centre to go underneath the stand. Is this possible or is it too low.
     
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    I can only speak for the 504 which has the same stand, but it raises the screen about four inches (100mm) from the surface you place it on.
    Hope this helps. :lesson:
     
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    not high enough for a centre really is it, oh well its my fault for being short sighted and buying a fixed av stand and not a modular one.
     
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    I use my M&K K17 centre under my screen with the desktop stand (on its lowest setting with speakers on side) and the top of the speaker just enters the screen area by about 5mm.

    My mate has the same setup and he got the installer to put the plasma stand brackets on its highest setting (normally used for speakers underneath) with the speakers still on the side and his K17 sits perfectly with plenty of room.
     
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    does that mean the stand is adjustable?
     
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    Not really. It just has two different length legs depending on where you position your speakers.
     
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    Yes, the stand comes with two different length 'legs'. The shorter legs are obviously for those not wishing to put anything under the screen, and the longer legs are there for those who do. I don't have a measurement for the longer legs unfortunaley, but if memory serves me right then you'll have no problem getting a full size 'seperates' centre speaker (for want of a better word) under the plasma, if you use the longer spacers.
     

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