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Sanus VSTV1

Swivel TV base for TVs 32"-60"

Item #: 051VSTV1

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About the Sanus VSTV1

A sturdy tabletop base for your TV

Upgrade from your TV's stock pedestal with the Sanus VSTV1 swivel base. It provides rock-solid support — even where space is tight. The base is only 12” deep. You can swivel your TV 74° in either direction and adjust the height of the post for optimal viewing. This stand can support a TV with a screen size between 32"-60" and weighing up to 60 lbs.

Product highlights:

  • for TVs 32"-60"
  • weight capacity: 60 lbs.
  • bracket width: 26-3/8"
  • swivel range: ±74°
  • accommodates VESA mounting hole patterns from 100 x 100 to 600 x 400
  • base footprint: 18"W x 12"D
  • pillar height: 17-3/16 to 21-7/8"
  • weight: 20 lbs.
  • warranty: 10 years
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # VSTV1-B1

What's in the box:

  • Mounting plate
  • 2 TV brackets
  • Base
  • Upright post
  • Eight M8 x 14mm screws
  • Four M4 x 12mm screws
  • Four M4 x 35mm screws
  • Four M6 x 12mm screws
  • Four M6 x 35mm screws
  • Four M8 x 16mm screws
  • Four M8 x 20mm screws
  • Four M8 x 35mm screws
  • Four M6/M8 washers
  • Four M4/M5 washers
  • Four 2mm spacers
  • 4 Foot pads
  • M5 Hex-key
  • M4 Hex-key
  • Instruction Manual

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Swiveling TV Base: The Sanus VSTV1 is a table-top, swiveling TV base that works on almost any surface, and provides improvements over the stands that are traditionally included with flat-panel TVs. By providing swivel and adjustable height, the VSTV1 improves the viewing range by allowing you to point the TV to where you are seated. Its stable footprint is optimal for TV stability on furniture with a shallow depth.

TV Compatibility: The Sanus VSTV1 is compatible with 32" to 60" flat-panel TVs that weigh up to 60 lbs. Your TV must have a bolt-pattern of 100mm-600mm (h) x 100mm-400mm (v). The VSTV1 comes with 4mm, 6mm, and 8mm mounting hardware.

  • Mounting Plate: The mounting plate measures 26.5" (w) x 7.125" (d); and has a horizontal spacing of 100mm-600mm.
  • Vertical Brackets: The two vertical brackets measure 1" (w) x 17" (h); and have a vertical spacing of 100mm-400mm.
Note: Additional hardware may be required for your specific model of TV. For example; shorter or longer screws, thicker or slimmer washers or spacers. These additional accessories can often be found at your local hardware store.

Swivel & Adjustable Height: The Sanus VSTV1 allows your TV to swivel left or right 74°. The height of your TV can be raised or lowered 4.5" (in 1.5" increments).

Stable Base: The stable base has a footprint of 18.0625" x 12.0625"

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Customer Q&A

Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
I liked the smaller Foot Print on this model for my 40 inch TV. [ ROD  Nov 04, 2018 ]
Have 43" LG TV that was previously wall mounted but now needs to be table mounted on a TV stand. [ James D.  Oct 06, 2018 ]
The Samsung television model I chose has a stand which was two wide for the surface on which it was going to be placed [ Stephen  Sep 14, 2018 ]
Good review [ Connie  Jun 30, 2018 ]
Impressed with previous Sanus wall mounts, didn't need the $150 model for attaching speaker bar. [ William  Mar 13, 2018 ]

3 questions already asked

I need to mount a 32" TV on a countertop in my boat. What is the base made of, and can it be drilled for hard mounting?
[ Mike  Oct 17, 2018 ]
5 answers
The base is made of metal. The stand is very robust, and the mechanism swivels..
[ Patrick  Oct 19, 2018 ]
Hello Mike, I purchased, from Crutchfield, the Sanus VSTV1 stand that currently holds very comfortably my 46 inch HD television set that weighs 58.5 pounds and is 10 years old. Since we have small grandchildren, we also have this set anchored with an anti-tip strap that Crutchfield included free of charge. The base of this stand, which is .75 inches deep, appears to be made of a heavy metal which makes it very sturdy. In my non-technical opinion, I would not try to drill any holes in it for mounting. If I were you, I would discuss this issue with the experts at Crutchfield to obtain their opinions before purchasing any mounting stand. They have many different types of stands available for purchase. Sanus also has a toll free telephone number to answer any questions you might have. Since I have little or no mechanical skills, I hired a professional audio-visual firm to assemble and install this TV stand along with many other home theater items that I also purchased from Crutchfield.
[ Stephen C.  Oct 18, 2018 ]
Yes. Steel base. I drilled and bolted mine.
[ JONATHAN  Oct 17, 2018 ]
The base is plastic and it is about one inch thick. I am not sure if it could be drilled into without cracking but it may be possible with the proper tools. It is pretty weighty so it could possibly work depending on the size of your boat and how rough it gets but it would probably be best to have it secured.
[ Claudine  Oct 17, 2018 ]
Everything is metal, so i would assume yes.
[ william  Oct 17, 2018 ]
How high can it raise the bottom edge of the TV from the resting surface, for a 42" diagonal TV?
[ Peter  Apr 23, 2018 ]
1 answer
Much depends on the specific model TV, the positioning of it's mounting screw holes, and the size of it's outer chassis bezel. For additional assistance and personalized recommendations, feel free to contact us directly by phone or through our online chat service:
[ Ryan  May 02, 2018 ]  Staff
Will this stand help to raise the TV a little bit to make clearance for a center channel speaker?
[ Brian  Mar 22, 2018 ]
2 answers
Hi Brian. This mount does have vertical adjustments so it would allow the TV to be lifted slightly to allow for sound bar clearance.
[ Jeff  Apr 02, 2018 ]  Staff
Don't know, did not get tv yet
[ Peter  Apr 02, 2018 ]

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