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post #1 of 10 Old 06-03-2020, 09:29 AM - Thread Starter
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Higher-End Receivers or Separates - Finding TV Stands they fit in...

Anyone have any idea where one can buy a tv stand (under $500) that is 19"+ deep? I've looked some at:

- Wayfair
- Target
- City Furniture
- Ashley
- Rooms-to-go
- Haverty's
- Allmodern.com (owned by Wayfair)
and a few others with no luck.

I'm not paying to have something custom made - and I don't want to buy a Salamander Designs cabinet/tv stand for $1,000+. I don't care that much about the look. Just need it to fit the receiver. I currently have a Pioneer Elite SC-05, and am ironically going to upgrade (likely) to an Integra 50.6, but even the Integra is about 16" deep - then you need to fit the cables behind the receiver.

I will Cut extra holes (and add fans) to the back of the furniture as needed to provide proper airflow - so again - I'm NOT looking for something custom and fancy - that part I can do myself cheaply... just need it to fit the receiver.

I can't be the only one with this problem - AND wanting something my kids won't mess with all the time (or trash).
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post #2 of 10 Old 06-03-2020, 09:33 AM
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Usually people just get cabinets that have a back that can be cut out to fit the deeper AV gear.

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I know they are cheap, but Ikea?
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Not sure how many shelves you need or height/width requirements, but BestBuy has a few to choose from. Like...

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/bello-a...?skuId=5606968

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sanus-c...?skuId=4861415

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Ikea Besta (build what you want/need) and cut out the back where the shelf for the AVR will go. That's what i have, it's aprox 15.75 deep, plus with the back cut out you can have access to everything on the back.
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Be careful. You say that you have "Higher End" equipment and that generally equates to a lot of weight. Many of the cheaper units are not rated for handling a lot of weight.

Perhaps this companies products?
https://www.bdiusa.com/

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if its just for AV equipment check out Monoprice Monolith stands. 18.7 inches deep so maybe your equipment hangs slightly over the edge in the back.

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=39167

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I prefer that my highest powered components have wide open air to breath,
...also like my TV mounted as low as possible with eye level center screen so options are limited.



My unfinished basement man cave was done in record time on a tight budget almost exclusively with IKEA:
shelves/bookcases/TV stand/end tables/lamps/track lights/area rugs/media storage shelves and curtains....Dirt Cheap!

Saved a bunch of money that I spent on quality gear and powered recliners instead.



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I recently needed something similar. This post (and the first post of the thread) shows what I got, and how I made it work.

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