What to look for in AVF SDC1000BB-A TV Stand?
Please Measure your TV Feet Width and Depth to assure fit. Assembled Dimensions Width x Depth x Height : 39.37 x 16.54 x 19.69 . Supports TVs up to 99 lbs, plus 44 lbs for Middle Bottom Black Tempered Glass Shelves Black Metal Legs with Black Tempered Glass Angled Back Allows Placement Flat Against a Wall or in a Corner Easy to Assemble
Do you know what is the superiority of this AVF SDC1000BB-A TV Stand?
PLEASE MEASURE YOUR TV FEET WIDTH AND DEPTH TO ASSURE YOUR TV WILL FIT THIS STAND. Assembled Dimensions Width x Depth x Height : 39.37 x 16.54 x 19.69 . The SDC family is a simple attractive and versatile series of A/V stands in multiple sizes. The high quality, easy to assemble stands blend with virtually any d cor. The Black tempered glass and durable Black metal legs modernize any space, while the angled corners provide multiple room placement options including into corners to maximize space and viewing angles. The bottom shelves are perfect for AV components up to 44 lbs per shelf, such as Digital Receivers, DVRs, Blu-ray, Gaming Consoles, Speakers, Apple TV, Sonos devices, etc Soundbar Friendly: Yes, Remote Friendly: Yes The AVF SDC1000BB-A supports most TVs weighing up to 99 lbs. For TVs with traditional pedestal base this stand fits TVs up to 50 . For TVs with wide-spread feet, please measure to be sure your TV will fit this stand. If you are unsure of fit, it may be best to purchase the next largest size TV stand or a replacement pedestal base for your TV. AVF offers pedestal-style TV bases for sale separately for all TVs up to 65 . This TV Stand fits MOST TVs in these sizes: 32 inch, 37 inch, 40 inch, 42 inch, 43 inch, 46 inch, 47 inch, 49 inch, 50 inch. Please measure to assure fit.
Customer reviewsFinal Product Good....but be forewarned
I received the package along with numerous parts, tubes, end caps etc. AVF had only send a one page manual which addressed only 1 level of the tier. Finally they sent me a 4 page detailed manual which better explained all the detailed assembly. Up until that point I was convinced that it was missing parts.