Jennifer Hartman TV Stand September 21st, 2018 - 01:49:49
Flat-panel, three-in-one television, mount system by Z line designs. Y'all, probably don't know anything about that. But you'll probably know that you bought this from Walmart and you wanted to see how it is so. I'm a be showing you. I just bought this bad boy. I'm not talking about you you're a good boy, uh, all right. Okay. I think it was like 130 bucks, 30 or 40 bucks. I can't remember up top my head, but it was somewhere around there, so it fits some 26 to 50 inch flat panels, but the 50 inch only is for the actual TV .
I look see if it fits if it falls or what the deal is. It is pretty heavy, so we'll see how that works out, and I guess my dog will help me and my sister will to see it a bit all right. So I just took everything out of the box uh, here's our the packaging that it came with. Just a little bit more, and so this is everything else in the box. You have some frames and railings and some things in smaller boxes, and then this was the heaviest item in the box.
This is all the glass pieces and there indeed are glass they're, not like plexiglass and stuff, like that. I I probably won't show exactly me doing this, because it's an instructions, but if it instructions a little bit shady I'll, probably do updates. Whenever I'm assembling the TV stand and whatnot alright guys so its next day - and I have everything set up here - this is a 47 inch LED LCD, Samsung TV, pretty big. This is actually the biggest size you can have on this TV stand whatnot. I can have 50 inch or 60 inch or anything like that.
Everything was pretty pretty like easy, the directions like told you, everything pretty well, my sister actually built most of it. I just you know, supervise the whatnot so and she's like in ninth grade, so I'm sure you guys can do it as well. You can see here looks very sharp. It looks very nice and we can take a look at the back here. Here is the the red little pin.
So what happens the way you hook it up? You can see this. This is one screw. Here's the other screw right there, where my finger is right there and then the other truth right there and then the other one is on that side, and that is a maximum like you can see here, there's like well, I guess you can't see, but there's like Notches right here that the TV sets on, but I am at the maximum knot right there, so yeah so this I that's why I'm saying that this is the biggest tip you can have. One thing I do like is that you can. You can indeed turn it, which is nice.
You can see here and see the back here. That's where them turning mechanism is, and then here's a little. What is it called a little knob that you can tilt it this way right, you can tilt it this way. If it's like, too high or too low, or something like that, have all the tools come in with the with the kit there's an wrench. So look at L at one side is like the hexagonal shape and the other side is a flat head screwdriver, so yeah.
So everything fits pretty good, as you can see here, most of wires are pretty well hidden. I haven't like the cable guy supposed to come pretty soon, so I didn't want to tidy things up yet, just because I move the cable over here, but anyways, it looks pretty good for for something from Walmart. You can't really tell it's from Walmart so yeah, so I would say, and - and you know it's it's pretty sturdy as well like nothing shakes or anything like that. Oh this is a the logo.