12 Issues of Sunset Magazine
Included with purchase ($20 value).
|Recommended TV Type: Flat Screen||TV Size Accommodated: 22 Inches|
|Product Type: TV stand||Powder Coated Finish: Yes|
|Frame Material: Metal||Style: Modern|
|Exterior Shelves: Yes||Drawers Included: No|
|Cabinets Included: No||Scratch Resistant: Yes|
|Removable Back Panel: Yes||Hardware Finish: Black, silver|
|Wheels Included: Yes||Fireplace Included: No|
|Lighted: No||Media Storage: No|
|Cable Management: Yes||Weight Capacity: 350 Pounds|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Non-Toxic: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: Lifetime|
All products are constructed with durable solid steel, designed for easy mobility and flexibility, and finished smoothly and beautifully. All units are equipped with long cord electric outlets and are readily assembled. VTI residential lines mainly include audio / video racks and speaker stands for home theatre use. All the audio racks are constructed with steel frame and tempered glass or MDF shelves.
VTI racks offer deeper and taller shelving space to accommodate the most-up-to date electronic equipment. Both the stackable and fixed racks give you the most beautiful display of your equipment matching with your furniture at home. VTI speaker stands, on the other hand, are all metal construction with cast iron base. This special feature not only offers flexible and beautiful design, but also stability and sturdiness. The rapid development of technology is changing our world. VTI, as a manufacturer, is also constantly updating their design and products to accommodate the changes.
attractive, high quality
Marty from Rochester, NY – Verified Buyer
Sturdy and attractive. Like the wheels to roll out to manage wires. Thick glass shelves -- surprising the posts screw right up against the glass (no grommots). You have to be careful putting it together (and make sure everything lines up).
Very weak top shelf mount, overwise nice
Two Channel from Maryland
The top shelf that anchors the entire unit during assembly is attached via metal disks that are poorly epoxied under the top glass. Therefore the top shelf, which is on the bottom during assembly, can not take more than minimal torque without the disks separating from the top glass. However assembly requires that you tighten each post section (with the unit then still upside down), which ultimately applies torque to those disks. Two of the four disks separated from the top glass during construction, but I didn't realize it until the unit was upright. But the instructions don't warn about torque (which you have to apply to build the unit) until the last page when the stand is nearly complete and the posts have already been tightened. Additionally instructions then warn that the top shelf can not take any side pressure, so you need two people to turn the rack onto it's feet. The rack comes in two 50lb packages, so shipping it back isn't worth the hassle. Once assembled and upright the rack is attractive and can accomodate heavy equipment - the shelves can handle 70lbs each. The perforated wire covering fence works well with inexpensive velcro wire ties used to keep the cables in relatively close columns behind the fence. So you have an open rack and can see your equipment with only a hint of the cables being there. It's a nice touch, and it's what I was looking for. The top shelf disk connections are substandard, but I'm going to use a fine pt silver pen to trace the rear-half semi-circle of each disk onto the bottom of the glass so I can re-attach them with proper epoxy if needed. In my opinion, this rack would be greatly improved if the top shelf was manufactured with the disks inset into the glass for greater strength and stability. As it is you really can't build this rack solidly per the instructions without risking separating the top disks from the glass. The instructions should also put the necessary warnings on the first page instead of the last one.
25 inch tv stand rview
Nelson from Mississauga, ON – Verified Buyer
Shipping was prompt, came as described, easy to setup. The stand is very well built and can handle the weight of my heavy amps which weigh 80 lbs. The spine at the back is great to hide wires and the wheels come in handy for easy movement. Very happy with this purchase!
Suzanne from Miami Beach, FL – Verified Buyer
Was ez to assemble and good quality . Used with 42" TV
Great Audio rack!
Vincent Morea from Boca Raton, FL – Verified Buyer
We looked extensively for an audio rack that would not only suit our needs but was priced reasonably. We chose the VTI 5 shelf because of the clean look,the weight each shelf could hold and the spine that hides all the chords. We weren't dissappointed! It was easy to assemble and looks great.
Great audio rack!
Ronald Kaufman from San Diego, CA – Verified Buyer
I found this audio rack to be very easy to assemble. It is very sturdy and looks great. I am glad I got the audio rack with the swivel wheels. This way, you can move your stereo equipment anywhere you like.
4 shelf frosted glass TV Stand
Jen from Raleigh, NC – Verified Buyer
I had been looking for months for the right fit and style for a hard to fit alcove - and finally decided to do an internet search for a TV Stand. I was extremely pleased with this stand. It was easy to assemble with easy to follow instructions. Very sturdy and good quality. Easy to manuever with wheels. Looks great in my living room. Thank-you!
andre remy from daytona beach fl.
i bought the 6 shelf unit.liked it so much i purchased a 4 shelf unit.now looking at amp shelves .andy
Built like a tank
Dan from Dacula, GA – Verified Buyer
Easy to put together and looked fantastic. Top quality and the glass shelves are really thick. The rollers are fantastic and work well on carpet. I am very satisfied with my purchase and well worth every penny.
Michael Dudley from Houston, TX – Verified Buyer
Well worth the money. Easy to put together.The stand is bigger than you think, perfect for my heavy amps.The only negative, a minor scratch on one glass shelf.