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Hi guys,

I'm planning on getting a 60 inch plasma to replace the 51 inch plasma. From the picture I have attached do you think a 60 inch would fit? Also I have no idea how much weight this tv stand holds but I would think from 51 to 60 it would only about 15 pounds heavier. Not sure from the picture if you can see if it looks sturdy enough to hold a 60 inch.

note don't mind the mess and the ps3 on my sub. I was moving things around and don't use the ps3 there.



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My move from a 50" to a 65" plasma led me to losing 30 pounds of weight in the plasma (and it's attached base). I'm not sure why you think the new one will be 15 pounds heavier. It might be, but my guess is that it won't. I suspect your stand will be fine, but this does not constitute professional advice.

There is no difference in HDMI cables. If you can see the picture without visible dropouts or sparklies, the cable is working at 100%. No other cable will display a better version of that picture. You're simply wrong if you think there is a better digital cable than one that is already working.
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Thanks for the quick reply. I looked up the specs on the tv from the samsung site. And the 51 inch I had on there was 50.7 pounds while the new 60 inch is 65 pounds. The 51 inch I had there was the Samsung 2012 E490. I ended up returning it because it was defective and got a full refund. So well now that I got to see the 51 inch there I felt a 60 inch would be nicer with 1080p instead of 720p. My couch is about 14 feet away and the 50 inch looked small. The 60 inch I'm currently looking at is the samsung e6500.

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....From the picture I have attached do you think a 60 inch would fit? Also I have no idea how much weight this tv stand holds but I would think from 51 to 60 it would only about 15 pounds heavier. Not sure from the picture if you can see if it looks sturdy enough to hold a 60 inch.

There's no way to tell how sturdy it is by looking at a picture.

Surely you can come up with the documentation and/or specifications (original instruction manual, or the manufacturer's website, etc) for your TV stand which will list the maximum weight rating.

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Thanks for your help guys.. the 60 inch just fits on the tv stand. Now I know if I ever go bigger time to get a new tv stand smile.gif after over 10 years of good service with my tv stand.
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