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Master Geek
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Topic # 185799 6-Dec-2015 11:09
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I'm interested in buying a stand for a TV that would then allow the TV to be wheeled around when necessary .

Not a massive TV - no more than 40". Would need a shelf integrated with stand to hold DVD/settop etc.

Anyone got any ideas ?


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1441304 6-Dec-2015 11:50

What about get a "fixed" stand that fits your requirements, and then fit castors to it?

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  Reply # 1441366 6-Dec-2015 13:40
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Budget?

I just use a CRT unit on wheels, had one when got rid of my Sony crt. They used to make them to last in those days.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1441425 6-Dec-2015 17:01
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Budget : well the $500 stand up thread was about as much as I would like to spend but something closer to $250 was what I was hoping for.

If I understand your comments about CRT correctly ... that's sort of my current situation but I'm about to ditch a venerable Sony Trinitron on a wheeled stand . The wheeled stand is now knackered and although the Sony TV works perfectly well for watching DVD's it's lacking in other departments.




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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1441426 6-Dec-2015 17:01
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Thanks, I appreciate it.

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