Toshiba 36ZP18

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  1. Silent Fly

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    I checked everywhere but I can't find it... :confused:

    Do you know the space between shelves in the Toshiba 36ZP18?

    Thanks for your help!:smashin:
     

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  2. cully

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    hope this helps.
    a=132mm
    b=124mm
    c=115mm
    d=414mm
    :)
     
  3. oggy

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    By the way u can take the shelves oot.:smashin:
     
  4. Silent Fly

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    Thanks a lot!:smashin:

    That is exactly what I needed!:clap:
     
  5. Silent Fly

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    As I suspected... my Marantz 5300 (164mm) would not fit in any shelf!:thumbsdow

    ... and if I take one shelf out there is not going to be enough space for my DVD (Toshiba 220) and my VCR! :suicide:
     
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    What about fitting the DVD and VCR side by side on one shelf?

    The ZD model has only two shelf and seems to stand taller than the ZP.

    Do you need an open cabinet?
     
  7. Silent Fly

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    That was my original idea... but I think the shelf is too small to do that.

    Do do not really need an open cabinet but the original one supplied with the TV looks quite nice!:cool:
     

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