Ethel Sweeney TV Stand September 21st, 2018 - 01:50:26
If you just bought a new TV, but if not there's a hack way yourself first then bring your bathroom scale over near the TV pick up the TV and step on the scale, the difference in weight from that first measurement to the second is how much your TV weighs you'll want to set aside about 45 minutes to get this stand assembled and while you do it, you'll need access to the rear of your TV so prepare for that too. The Stand comes in several parts and the kit is heavy, remove all the parts and lay things out: you'll notice, the wide metal base and some of the rear arm parts as well as several rails. You'll need to check the back of your TV to determine which parts and pieces you'll need. If the TV's back is relatively flat. That's great! You should only need the included rubber washers if it's curved.
There are spacers included, also check to see which size screws you'll need by removing any existing screws from the mounting holes in the back of your TV and checking their size. The sanest swivel TV base comes with about a dozen different sizes of screws, washers and fasteners, so it should be able to handle just about any TV configuration using your per-selected screws, you'll first mount horizontal rails onto the back of the TV. I left the legs of my TV on while I was working just to keep things easy I'll, remove them after the mounting is complete, you'll, attach the rails and make sure they're centered, then you'll a fix. The vertical rail. The instructions are good and easy to read and make it clear which screws you'll need at each step.
Next up the spine of the stand, we'll get added to the flat metal base with the included nuts everything fits together easily and the metal parts make. It feel really sturdy after hanging the swivel head on the spine and securing it with screws, you're ready to hang the TV on the stand, and with that in place, you can check that everything is secure. Put in two final screws and voila over all the instructions are pretty easy to follow, and this can definitely be a one-person job. I got this set up by myself and it wasn't hard you can get quite a good range of motion with the sanest swivel base. Twists about twenty degrees, both left and right, which is actually quite a bit.
You can also raise or lower it relatively easily within about eight inches, but you will need to remove two of your security screws and the swivel head. First, then, add them back in after the holes in the vertical rail, give you precision, control over how high or low you want. The TV there's also a built-in way to run the cables through the spine of the stand and cover them with an included panel. So you get a nice tidy look. This TV stand is made to pair with Sanus play base and the size and the shape of the metal base, exactly mimics the size and the shape of the Sanus play base.
Now, even if that's not the component, you have, or you want to put underneath, you've still got enough room and that adjustable height to put anything you want underneath there, whether it's a blue-ray player or something else. Overall, this stand gives you more flexibility with your flat-screen TV. My one criticism is that it could use a tilt option. The sanest swivel TV base was really easy to set up even solo, and it does actually give you a lot of versatility when it comes to how high you want to place it. What components you want to place underneath, of course, it pairs perfectly with that Sanus play base, but no matter what you want to place underneath it it's going to give you the versatility.