|Item Weight||9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 14.2 x 33.4 inches|
|Item model number||63607232|
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Atlantic Table Top TV Stand - Universal Adjustable Heavy Duty Table Top TV Stand, Adjust Height, Base Mount for Flat Screen up to 70" and 132 lbs, PN 63607232 in Black
|Mounting Type||VESA 600mm x 500mm|
|TV Size||70 Inches|
About this item
- Height adjustable and holds up to a 70 inch TV and up to 132 lbs.
- Felt pads on base prevent Scratching of surface
- Use your TV on a desktop or dresser
- Decorative plastic covers
- Fits up to VESA 600mm x 500mm hole patterns
- VESA 600mm x 500mm
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TV Stand Capacity
Don't let the images fool you, this bad boy can bear much more than you might think!
- Holds TVs from 40" to 70"
- Weight-bearing capacity 132 lbs.
Atlantic Table Top TV Stand
70" Monitor Stand
In the olden days, before TVs were flat, you could just set them on any old surface. But your brand-new flat screen deserves a more secure solution. Atlantic’s Table Top TV Stand lets your investment perch securely on console, sideboard, dresser, desk—and, unlike a wall mount, gives you the flexibility to move it when the mood strikes. Felt pads protect your furniture and prevent scratching—truly, outstanding.
- Height Adjustable
- VESA: 600mm x 500mm
- Felt pads to protect furniture
- Heavy-gauge steel construction with durable coated finish
Wall Mount Alternative
If you want to maximize your entertainment space but don't want to damage your walls, then the Atlantic Table Top TV Stand is the perfect solution for you! It securely holds your TV while protecting your furniture.
Lost your original TV stand when you bought that snazzy wall mount? the table top TV stand is the ideal TV stand solution for your flat panel TV. With height adjustability and durable sleek design this stand will more than satisfy your need for a functional tabletop TV stand. The table top TV stand can be used for desktops or for a firm stand on a dresser in your bedrooms. It is easy to attach and much more stable than the stands that come with flat screen TVs. Fits TVs with 75mm x 75mm to 600mm x 500mm hole patterns. The stand holds up to a 70 inch TV and up to 132 lbs.
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As another reviewer had mentioned I also went to some retail stores asking if they made something like this and was laughed at
Being a handy guy and having a small shop with some metal working tools I was ready to build something like this myself
Did a quick internet search and as always Amazon has exactly what I want , and way better than I could have built myself
Long story short .... bought new tv for living room , old living room tv wall mounted to master bedroom , old mater bedroom tv to spare room
what your looking at is my spare bedroom tv
thing was I didn't want to wall mount in spare room but wanted the cable box UNDER the tv
Could have built my own legs out of metal or a pedestal riser for the base
This solved my problem
BEST $25 ever spent on Amazon
probably could mount a much bigger tv with theses legs
I have them mounted on a 42" and theres still a lot of adjustment to go higher , bet I could easily use these for the new 55" I just bought
THANK YOU AMAZON !!!
The box was reassuringly heavy, and it only took me about 15 minutes to assemble the legs, which come in 3 segments and a cover each. You will need a flat surface other than the floor to lay your TV down to attach the legs, because they are at an angle. I used a dining table with a quilt on it: for a bedroom TV, the bed would be fine.
The legs attached to the TV with the screws that came in its back for a wall mount. The height is somewhat adjustable, and is set so the TV is above the soundbar. The TV is very steady on its legs. I like the fact that they are matte black and not chrome shiny like the Vizio legs.
All in all, a well made product that saved me a lot of time and money. I highly recommend it.
I brought home a 65 inch plasma screen from a decommissioned Cisco video conference unit I got for free. It was a pretty great screen to replace the 46 inch Samsung LCD i have had for about 10 years (I know that sounds like a long time, but it never gave me a problem I couldn't fix, and the picture quality is still perfect)
The challenge was, that this device needed some accessories to make it work. For those who are not familiar with these types of screens, they are basically a giant computer monitor (2 DVI inputs and a power switch, that's it) it used to be mounted in a shell which was placed in a wall (which means I didn't have a base for it, nor any mounting hardware other than the 6 bolts to attach it to the wall frame.
First, I got an 4 port HDMI switcher to connect multiple devices to it (I guess I should do a review on that also) The box has 4 HDMI inputs, and and HDMI output. It also splits the audio from the video so I can connect a sound bar to it (the monitor doesn't have speakers) Then I just run and HDMI to DVI cable to the screen. This worked like a charm!! Now the fun part....
I was trying to decide whether I should just mount the screen or try to get a base for it. Because of the type of screen it is, most regular mounts or bases are not compatible. The width between the holes was 42 inches, which meant I had to find something in the 1100x500-600 VESA range. Not a lot out there that would fit. I couldn't find any non commercial bases that would work, the only I was able to find was about 900 bucks!!! (For that kind of money, I might as well just buy a new TV)
I also looked at some wall mounts, which was plan B, the ones to support the hole pattern for this screen were about 200-300 bucks, which was better than the fancy bases I found earlier. I really didn't want to mount the TV though, I've never mounted a TV before myself, and I honestly didn't trust myself to have my first mounting job to be a TV that size.
I had originally looked at these legs as well as other similar models on amazon, but quickly dismissed them as I didn't think they could support this size of screen. After not having much luck with bases or wall mounts, I decided to take a gamble with these legs. I looked around for the model that was able to support the highest weight, which are these (132 lbs) I could not find much info on the exact weight of the screen I had, only the total video conference unit. I looked up other 65 inch plasmas, and the closest unit in size was a Panasonic plasma that was 132.3 lbs (I figured the one I had may be lighter since it didn't have all the internal parts a TV has. Worst case, it weighted 132 lbs which is also the weight limit for these legs)
The gamble paid off!! I just completed assembling them and installing them on the screen (which is kind of a pain to do by yourself on a device that size, but I used the bed in my spare room to tilt the screen. I currently have it standing next to the bed and with a chair behind it. I will leave it there for a couple of days to make sure it holds up. I'm pretty confident it will, as the legs feel pretty sturdy, they are not flimsy pieces of metal. I was able to use 2 bolts on each leg, I would have liked to use 3 or 4 bolts on each, but only the top and bottom holes lined up (technically 2 bolts on each leg is enough (that's what wall mounts use as well), so I wasn't too worried about it.
Overall, I'm very happy with the result. As you can see from my review, I would have had to pay a lot more money to find something that would work for my project. You can't beat getting the job done for 40 bucks!!
I'm including some pics, sorry about the location, like I said, I wanted to leave the screen against the bed for a couple days to make sure it holds. Hopefully this review helps you decide if this is the right item for you. I will say that my set up is testing the boundaries of what this item can support, so I strongly feel if it can hold what I'm throwing at it, it can pretty much work for most screens out there.
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El producto cumple con la función perfectamente, me salvaron porque la base que traía la tele no cabía en mi mueble
El producto aguanta asta 30 kilos, es de metal, viene con varios tornillos para todo tipo de televisión y facil de armar
Solo que si te da la inseguridad porque las vez y las sientes y no se ven resistentes
Pero ya montando la tv y que todo este bien atornillado veras que es resistente y bien hecho a pesar de su apariencia
Sin duda una buena compra
El material es muy bueno.
Fácil de armar si sigues las instrucciones,( sólo consta de 4 pasos)
Tiene todo ordenado alfabéticamente y otorga gran variedad de accesorios para cualquier TV (Tornillos, tuercas, etc.)
Altamente recomendado si prefieres tu TV en base que estar empotrada en una pared.
Just a couple considerations:
1) The arms are a little thin, so they can wobble if you bump your desk or type especially hard
2) A tad industrial in look, with exposed screw heads
3) The risers are quite long. I'd say a 40" monitor/ TV is the smallest size you'd want to use this with, else you might see the top or bottom of the risers sticking out from behind the screen
My only complain is that the vertical bars are too long and can stick out of the back of the TV. I think it would be very helpful if this bar will be made out of two separate ones, so it can be move up and down and screwed in place.
I know that you could just technically put the TV as high on the vertical bars as possible so they don't stick out, but sometimes this is not optimal since I need the TV to be as low as possible.
Otherwise, like I said, this is a very inexpensive and very sturdy product. You can't really go wrong with it.