The Kensington TV lift cabinet provides a handsome home for your TV — and keeps it out of sight when not in use.
This quality-built cabinet has a powerful motorized lift fitted with a TV mount. At a touch of the included remote control, your flat-panel display descends smoothly and quietly into the cabinet, and the top closes over it. Your TV stand is now simply another beautiful piece of furniture in your room.
A dependable lift mechanism
The Kensington can accommodate a TV with a maximum width of 51-3/4". A rugged, heavy-duty rack and pinion lift comes pre-installed in the cabinet. Welded steel construction ensures solid support for your TV, and smooth and nearly silent lift motion.
Fine furniture craftsmanship
This cabinet has the look and feel of fine furniture. The two outer doors are double-hinged, to allow greater access. The cabinet is built from hand-selected hardwood and cherry veneers. Hand-layered stain is carefully applied to give the Kensington a lusterous and scratch-resistant finish.
The center drawer come with interchangeable wood and speaker cloth panels. (wood panel shown)
Room for your system
You can easily store up to three or components the right compartment, which extends the full depth of the cabinet. The left compartment is shallower, but can still hold various smaller components or accessories. Each compartment features two adjustable shelves with space for cable connections. The center compartment also has two adjustable shelves. The wide center drawer comes with interchangeable wood and speaker cloth panels. You can use the drawer for additional storage, or place a center channel speaker in it.
Built-in remote control wiring
Keeping your home theater gear behind closed doors can make things look organized and uncluttered, but running all the wires necessary to control it can be a chore. That's why the Kensington comes with the necessary remote control infrared blasters and sensor pre-wired and installed. Even with the doors closed, you can control all your gear with whatever remotes you normally use.