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Safety/recommendation for PV500 stand setup

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Buying & Building' started by tutu, Sep 14, 2005.

  1. tutu

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    I've decided to do a little re-organising of my setup. Basically I have the 42PV4500 with CAB and would like to fit my amp on the bottom shelf.

    At the moment I have my VCR/DVD recorder on the middle shelf, with Sky and Canton centre on top shelf.

    My problem is that the amp is simply to tall to fit. I can move the middle shelf higher but then the VCR/DVD recorder does not fit.

    So would it be safe to either:

    a) remove the plastic feet off the amp (saving a cm or 2)
    b) remove the middle shelf, and put the VCR/DVD recorder on top of the amp on the bottom shelf
    c) remove the top shelf, and put the Sky/Canton on top of the VCR/DVD on the middle shelf?

    I've lost the setup instructions for max Kg. - and I am not sure about those vent things... :D
     
  2. tutu

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    I have gone for b for now :p
     
  3. chedmaster

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    make sure the amp doesn't get too hot like that, you'll have to have a rethink if it does!
     
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    There is another way...a dedicated hifi stand...but of course that means more money
     

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