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Bell'O AVSC2155

Audio/video stand for TVs up to 65"

Item # 494AVS2155

The elegant design of the Bell'O AVSC2155 provides an ideal space for your home theater components.

The elegant design of the Bell'O AVSC2155 provides an ideal space for your home theater components.

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Item # 494AVS2155

About the Bell'O AVSC2155

The elegant design of the Bell'O AVSC2155 provides an ideal space for your home theater components. Its rich, espresso-finished wood side panels and black powder-coated steel frame fit with most any decór. The stand can accommodate a flat-panel TV up to 65", and weighing up to 125 lbs. Spacious tempered glass shelving underneath stores up to four of your components.

The elegant design of the Bell'O AVSC2155 provides an ideal space for your home theater components. Its rich, espresso-finished wood side panels and black powder-coated steel frame fit with most any decór. The stand can accommodate a flat-panel TV up to 65", and weighing up to 125 lbs. Spacious tempered glass shelving underneath stores up to four of your components.

There's a suspended shelf for your center channel speaker. And you can store three components in the space underneath. All shelves are tinted safety glass, and lock firmly in place for rock-solid support. Channels inside the frame hide your system's cables to maintain a clean, uncluttered appearance.

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Product highlights:

  • supports flat-panel displays up to 65"
  • black tempered safety glass shelves
  • vibrant espresso finish wood side panels
  • scratch-resistant powder coated steel frame
  • top shelf:
    • 60"W x 18"D
    • weight capacity: 125 lbs.
  • center channel shelf:
    • 36"W x 16"D
    • weight capacity: 25 lbs.
  • bottom shelf:
    • 53-3/4"W x 17"D
    • weight capacity: 75 lbs.
  • interior channels hide wires for a clean look
  • 60"W x 22"H x 18"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • assembly required
  • MFR # AVSC2155

What's in the box:

  • 3 Glass shelves
  • 2 Side panels
  • Back panel
  • Top shelf support frame
  • Bottom shelf support frame
  • 4 Middle shelf supports
  • Eight 35mm screws
  • Four 15mm screws
  • Two 50mm screws
  • Two 28mm screws
  • 4 Plastic caps
  • 6 Glass pads
  • Hex-key
  • Assembly Instructions

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Features

Espresso Finish Audio/Video Furniture System (AVSC2155): Attractive and sturdy, this contemporary design with a hanging shelf is constructed of scratch resistant, high-gloss black powder-coated metal and black tempered safety glass accented with beautiful espresso finished sides and back. It will accommodate most flat-panel TVs up to 65" or 125 lbs., plus up to five audio/video components and a center channel speaker. There is an integrated CMS (cable management system) to hide wires and interconnect cables.

Construction: The Bell'O AVSC-2155 is constructed of finely crafted real wood in a beautiful espresso finish with black tempered safety glass shelves.

Shelving: The Bell'O AVSC-2155 features three fixed black tempered safety glass shelves. The top shelf is designed to accommodate your flat panel television, while the hanging middle shelf is perfect for your center-channel speaker, and the bottom shelf can support your audio/video components.

  • Top TV Shelf: The top shelf measures 60" (w) x 18" (d), and places your television 22" off the floor. The top shelf can support flat-panel TVs up to 65" or 125 lbs.
  • Hanging Middle Shelf: The hanging middle shelf measures 36" (w) x 8.875" (h) x 16" (d); and can support up to 25 lbs. Its perfect for center-channel speaker or an additional audio/video component.
  • Bottom Component Shelf: The bottom shelf measures 53.75" (w) x 10" (h) x 17" (d); and can support up to 75 lbs. The bottom shelf is designed to hold up to 5 audio/video components.

Note: All shelves are fixed, and not adjustable.

Open Architecture Design: The AVSC-2155's open architecture design provides proper ventilation for your audio/video components.

Cable Management System: The AVSC-2155 features a Cable Management System (CMS) which hides your speaker wires and interconnect cables for a neat and organized installation of your television and audio/video components.

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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it works and looks great [ Carl  Jan 21, 2017 ]
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Beautiful and quality product from Bell'O [ Ivan  Nov 25, 2016 ]

6 questions already asked

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Planning for housing various components inside cabinet. Please provide internal dimensions - what are the internal dimensions for example spacial area(s) between sides, shelves, bottom shelf and underside of top? Hope this makes sense.
[ Doug  Sep 09, 2019 ]
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The hanging shelf has a usable area of 31-7/8"w x 8-7/8"h x 16"d. The height of the space below it is 9-5/8". The depth of the bottom shelf is 17". The width of the space to the sides of the hanging shelf is 8-7/8" and the height of that area is 18-1/2"
[ Paul  Oct 03, 2019 ]  Staff
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Is this real wood? I would like to stain it black to have it match my setup but if not I can buy vinyl.
[ Zachary  Jun 05, 2019 ]
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I'M not really sure sorry.
[ Gareth  Jun 06, 2019 ]
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You'll be surprised to know that is not. It seem to be made with Aluminum or some kind of metal. The sides are hollow and light. I was skeptical while installing it (super easy though, I think that's where the engineering money is), My concern was vibration since I have a TSi CS10, TSi 400s, and the subwoofer next to it. And for my Surprised is solid as a rock and absorbs vibration, No echo or bouncy wave coming form it. Now as to be painted, I'm sure it can be painted. Hope this helps. Regards, Hector Laureano
[ HECTOR  Jun 05, 2019 ]
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Not solid wood. Looks like veneer. I would not sand and stain.
[ Jonathan  Jun 05, 2019 ]
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Is the back panel required for assembly? This stand is nearly perfect, but isn't quite deep enough to accommodate my amplifier. Removing the back panel might work, but is that advisable?
[ Thomas  Feb 11, 2018 ]
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The back panel is required for support. My Sony amp fits but I couldn't use my CD and DVD changers with it cause they are too deep.
[ Jeff  Feb 11, 2018 ]
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Is the black powder-coated metal flat or shiny, or somewhere in between?
[ Frank  May 02, 2016 ]
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All the metal is relatively shiny. All the black parts are pretty shiny.
[ Andrew  May 04, 2016 ]
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I would call the black metal parts satin finish. Most of the black is glass and the only metal parts that show are the pipes supporting the center shelf. This is a great unit. It looks the business in person.
[ Timothy  May 03, 2016 ]
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What is the height of the center channel speaker shelf?
[ Kevin  Dec 06, 2014 ]
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You can use a center channel speaker that's at least nine and a half inches high. This stand has the largest space for a center channel speaker that I found. The material is top notch. Very high quality.
[ William  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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The shelf is about 10 1/8 inches above the bottom shelf with about 8 3/4 inches to the tube frame that supports the glass top. It's actually a lot bigger than I was expecting and looks and works great!
[ Jamie  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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Overall Dimensions: 60"W x 22"H x 18"D Usable Top Shelf: 60"W x 18"D Usable Hanging Shelf: 31-7/8"W x 8-7/8"H x 16"D Usable Bottom Shelf: 53-1/2"W x 9-5/8"H x 17"D So...just over 8". Clearance issues with a B&W HTM1 don't allow me to use the hanging shelf.
[ RAD  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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8 7/8"
[ DAVID E  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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there is 9 7/8 inches under the center shelf and 8 3/4 inches above the center shelve. the center shelf holds my surround sound center speaker without problems.
[ ANTHONY  Dec 07, 2014 ]
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