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Sanus Systems has introduced an entry-level line of furniture, built specifically for digital televisions.
Called Accurate, the line features two stand sizes that hold virtually every tabletop digital TV, including traditional TVs, LCD flat panels, tabletop rear-projection and plasma.
Customers can choose from two sizes and select shelves with a black lacquer finish or thick glass. Both TV stand sizes feature a tubular steel frame, wire management path and adjustable feet.
Included features are heavy-gauge tubular steel pillars that provide “incredible” strength, open architecture for maximum air flow, three-shelf TV stand for large sets and four-shelf for medium sizes, and an expansion shelf that allows the four-shelf TV stand to expand up to eight levels to fit customer needs.
Suggested retails are $219.99 for the four-shelf audio stand with glass shelves and the three-shelf A/V stand with extra-wide top shelf for the largest wide screen televisions. The four-shelf and three-shelf models made of black wood are $169.99 suggested retail.
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