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Inland Universal TV Stand

Desk mount for TVs up to 55"

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Overview

Our take on the Inland Universal TV Stand

We really like how this universal TV stand can solve so many little hitches that our customers encounter from time to time. Need a way to elevate your TV, so your new sound bar doesn't block the screen? This'll take care of that. Want to relocate your wall-mounted TV to an entertainment cabinet, long after the TV's base has broken or gone missing? This mount makes a great replacement. And it's a great choice if you can't — or don't want to — drill into a wall.

We really like how this universal TV stand can solve so many little hitches that our customers encounter from time to time. Need a way to elevate your TV, so your new sound bar doesn't block the screen? This'll take care of that. Want to relocate your wall-mounted TV to an entertainment cabinet, long after the TV's base has broken or gone missing? This mount makes a great replacement. And it's a great choice if you can't — or don't want to — drill into a wall.

This stand can support a TV or monitor with a screen size between 32"-55" and weighing up to 88 lbs. Its sturdy, stable base is made of silk-screened tempered glass.

Product Highlights:

  • for TVs and monitors 32"-55"
  • bracket width: 14-3/16"
  • height: 27-5/8"
  • weight capacity: 88 lbs.
  • accommodates VESA 600x400 mounting hole pattern
  • metal construction with silk-screened tempered glass base
  • base footprint: 23-1/4"W x 11-1/8"D
  • weight: 15.54 lbs.
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the Box:

  • Base
  • Upright post
  • Horizontal bar
  • 2 Vertical TV brackets
  • 4 Metal brackets
  • 3 Plastic brackets
  • Four M8 x 30mm bolts
  • Four M6 x 30mm bolts
  • Four M8 x 20mm bolts
  • Four M6 x 14mm bolts
  • Four M5 x 14mm bolts
  • Four M6 x 55m bolts
  • Four M6 x 25mm bolts
  • 2 Self-tapping screws
  • 4 Nuts
  • 6 Metal washers
  • 6 Plastic washers
  • 4 Large spacers
  • 8 Small spacers
  • 2 Wire-ties
  • 4 Self-adhesive feet
  • Wrench
  • Hex-key
  • Assembly Instructions

We used the Inland stand with a new 49 inch Sony in order raise the TV above our 7 inch high center speaker on a solid TV cabinet. The center speaker now sits right behind the stand. Works great. It is much better than a wall mount for our use.

William, Livingston, MT

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Features

TV Compatibility: This universal tabletop TV stand will fit most 32" to 55" flat-panel televisions, weight up to 88 lbs.

Mounting Pattern: The universal tabletop TV stand mounts to the four threaded inserts on the back of your television. The stand will accommodate a horizontal hole spacing of 150mm to 600mm, and a vertical hole spacing of 50mm to 400mm. It comes with M5, M6, & M8 hardware to attach your TV to the stand.

Height Adjustable: The mounting height of the table top stand is adjustable to accommodate the size of your TV and your style of application.

Metal Construction: The universal tabletop TV stand features sturdy metal constructed posts & brackets.

Tempered-glass Base: The base is made of dark tempered glass. The tempered glass base can also be used as a stand for your Blu-ray player, cable/satellite box, or gaming system.

Open Architecture Design: The tabletop TV stand features an open architecture design for maximize airflow.

Required Tools: A hex-key and open-end wrench are included. You will also need a phillips-head screwdriver.

Dimensions:

  • Overall: 26.8125" (w) x 27.5625" (h) x 11.125" (d)
  • Footprint: 23.5" (w) x 11.125" (d)

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Why did you buy this?

attractive TV stand with height adjustments. slim footprint [ Keith Barringto  Feb 19, 2018 ]
To raise my new 55" Samsung 4k TV higher, so my center channel speaker will be able to sit under the TV without viewing problems. [ GERARD  Aug 26, 2017 ]
As I renter, I cannot attach anything to the walls, so this means a tabletop stand is the only choice. Buddy, my Crutchfield service rep, quickly researched my request and found the Inland Universal TV Stand. Adjustability was a key need, and this stand fits my older TV perfectly. [ Sheila  Jan 10, 2017 ]
Footprint fit on stereo rack top shelf [ Robert  Dec 07, 2016 ]
ease [ G  Nov 09, 2016 ]
I needed a solution for integrating a new center channel speaker into my home theater. The old center channel use to fit on middle rack of my entertainment TV shelf system but new speaker was larger and would not fit. This TV stand will allow me to place speaker on top shelf in front of TV I hope. [ Jason  Oct 07, 2016 ]
I recently purchased a new smart TV from Crutchfield and needed a stand for the old wall mounted unit. This was suggested and seems to solve my problem. Very happy with the products and service from Crutchfield. George L [ G  Sep 15, 2016 ]
Fits my TV. Simple, straight forward design [ C  Aug 19, 2016 ]
Perfect solution, for my bedroom tv upgrade. In relocation, years ago, the stand was probably never packed, because the tv has been on a stand in my livingroom. Not comfortable with stud mounting. [ RONALD  May 08, 2016 ]
Need to mount the TV I just bought in a different way than the included feet allow. [ Ann  Apr 28, 2016 ]

2 questions already asked

I have an older Sony Bravia, on this stand. There is only 4 inches of clearance. I have the stand configured as in the pic. You might need to go to a wall mount. [ RONALD  Jan 22, 2018 ]
There is 8.5 inches the way mine is set up [ FERNANDO  Jan 22, 2018 ]
it depends on the size of the tv but i only have 3 inches clearance [ BRIAN  Jan 22, 2018 ]
I have a 50 inch TV on it and haven't had any trouble at all. It's sturdier than it looks. I wouldn't be worried about it tipping forward or backward if you are opening drawers on the armoir. [ RedsoxJam  Mar 07, 2017 ]
We have ours on top of a freestanding fireplace, and holds a 48" flatscreen. It's a lot sturdier than I anticipated...if your worried about safety with this stand, do not! I would recommend it. [ Amy  Mar 05, 2017 ]
This is a very stable stand. I have a 55" Samsung on mine. Hope this helps! Z [ ZACH R  Mar 05, 2017 ]
Not tippy at all. I have my 40+ Sony on mine,on my dresser. [ RONALD  Mar 05, 2017 ]
We have 42" tv on it and it is top-heavy and the tv wants to tip forward. We put a block between base of tv and the base arm in the back and it sits fine. I wouldnt trust it if you have kids or dogs bumping the furniture. [ Carlotta  Mar 04, 2017 ]
This is very stable, I have a 52 inch on it. It is a very sturdy stand, would buy again [ FERNANDO  Mar 04, 2017 ]
I have a 32" Samsung on mine and never even considered it to be tippy (stands on a dresser/console). The base is pretty heavy glass and the weight of the TV is centered over it. [ Sean  Mar 04, 2017 ]
I had a 65 lb 46" sharp AQUOS on it. I got it because it just fit our mantle depth and the Sharp mount was too deep. It leaned forward very slightly but was stable. [ Charles  Mar 04, 2017 ]
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