Sanus Furniture Designed to Complement Any Room
Sanus says that custom installers can assemble its new BFV353 and BFV357 TV stands within 15 minutes and with the products' open-architecture design, airflow is maximized to allow electronics to run in a safe operational environment.
It’s easy to overlook the value of a furniture stand when staring at a shiny new HDTV watching “Game of Thones” or basking in the glow of a new set of speakers cranking Led Zeppelin at 100dB, but a TV stand is just as important as those speakers blasting Zeppelin even if it’s a product that doesn’t bring instant gratification.
Sanus’ new Basic Series of furniture products are engineered to provide value, aesthetics and ergonomics in just about any room and according to the company the products assemble in a matter of minutes. The product line includes the BFV353 and the BFV357 and Sanus points out the products incorporate provisions for cable management, as well as open architecture designs that help to maximize airflow to help keep products running at optimum temperatures , and adjustable feet that allow the products to rest on everything from wood and tile floors to deep-pile carpeting.
The BFV357 includes added industrial design elements such as tempered glass that is designed to complement the appearance of modern flat-panel TVs, and it can accommodate TVs as large as 60 inches. Sanus also notes the stand’s top shelf has a weight capacity of 125 pounds , the middle shelf has a capacity of 50 pounds and the bottom shelf has a weight capacity of 75 pounds. Both the BFV353 and BFV357 are also compatible with Sanus’ FMS Furniture Mount System and ELM701 Anti-Tip Strap products to help prevent HDTVs from tipping over.
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