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Stand Question

Discussion in 'TVs' started by ian_w, Feb 10, 2005.

  1. ian_w

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    Might sound a silly question, but I am thinking of buying a Sony KD32DX200 - this is the first TV that I will have purchased that comes with a stand. However I do not need it - can somone kindly confirm if the TV will sit on a unit rather than on the stand.

    Seems a waste - but it would be better if these items were optional - would save me paying for something I do not need.

    Sorry if it is a daft question - but I just do not know.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Tight Git

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    Hello Ian and welcome to the Forum. :)

    As far as I'm aware, any CRT type TV will sit on a flat horizontal surface.

    Now, who knows different? :laugh:
     
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    As long as it's built to hold the weight, there should be no problem. That Tv weighs 70kgs, so it's not light. An average TV type stand/cabinet in Ikea are built to hold about 75-80 max.
     
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    Thanks - goes off to check the ikea specs :rotfl:
     
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    It will go an a flat surface, but give the stand a go. It looks great.
     

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