Mobile TV Console for 37"-70" Flat Panel Screens with Locking Wheels
This mobile TV console is great to bring to a trade show for its light weight and versatility in monitor size. Standing at 67.5” off of the ground, this bracket is an ideal, mid-sized fixture. This rolling TV console features four locking caster wheels that help to effortlessly transport the bracket to different locations and secure it in place to ensure that the expensive mounted LCD screen is safe. Each entertainment center can withstand a maximum load of 180lbs which typically holds 37” to 70" flat panel monitors. This TV console features a height adjustable bracket between 64” and 67.5” as well as a shelf that can be fixed between 23” and 27” off of the floor and can hold media such as laptops, DVD, and VCR players. Each flat panel cart has a VESA standard compatibility range between 200x200 and 600x400, including most other common sizes between these two.
By Bruce Lyon
on November 3, 2020
The TV stand looks great. The instructions need help. Specifically: (1)On the installation display sheet No 2 says "front side with these four holes." That is incorrect. The six holes that receive the shelf bracket must be in the front. The four holes are for the cable guides in the back. (2)the plastic packages with the bolts, washers etc need to be identified to match the parts list. There are no markings on the bolts to determine which is the correct size. (3)There are numerous extra bolts - what are those for? (4)The two vertical long brackets that screw on to the TV need to be shown as sliding over part item No. 3 and attaching via the little bolts on the bottom of the brackets. I called your office with these questions and the response was "I don't know" The gal said she would forward these questions to the warehouse and someone would call - didn't happen. Who knows if I put this thing together correctly on not?
By D. Campbell
on October 5, 2020
We ordered two of the TVSVM31Ns stand for our new 65" tv's that were to be used at an 8 day conference. One arrived on Thursday, the tape of the box was breaking open but the contents were in good shape. We took that one to the Conference hall and assemble it. No problems, it is actually a good stand! The second one came on Friday from FED X and the original box was gone, the shipment had been wrapped in FED X cardboard. We took pictures of the boxing, started opening it and soon discovered the contents were in such poor shape we could not even assemble the parts. I Sent the pictures to displays to go but I have not heard back from them.
I purchased this item for use by the Sunday School and mounted a 65" TV on it without difficulty. However, the problem we had was that the instructions were somewhat confusing because the diagrams/pictures were not large enough to show enough detail to clarify the orientation of some parts. Also, the hardware packages did not label the pieces with the numbers listed in the assembly instructions, so it was hard to figure out which were which. We never did find the screws to attached the shelf brackets to the stand - I think we identified the ones that were supposed to work, but they absolutely WOULD NOT screw into the holes - I think it may have been because the holes were tapped prior to the finish being applied. At any rate, we are doing without the shelf until we can locate an appropriate tool to retap the holes. Aside from those holes, everything else went together without problems, and it seems to be very stable and sturdy.
The cost, including shipping, to Canada, was still a better price and incredibly better value than local solutions. The product looks GREAT and was easy to put together. It mounted a 70 inch Sony TV with no problem and its wheels carry it across concrete, carpet and lino smoothly. The cable guides could be slightly more robust and mount better but for such a small issue I can't lessen the rating. This is a truly great product. Thank you Displays2Go. Erwin