Audio/video cabinet for TVs up to 70" (Walnut)
Our take on the Sanus TRILLIUM63 by Crutchfield's Ralph Graves
Smart design for advanced systems
Sanus designed their handsome Trillium Series cabinets with the audiophile in mind. The compartment doors have unique steel panels that allow infrared signals from your remote to pass through. And these open air panels, together with ventilation slots in the shelves, allow air to flow freely throughout the cabinet, keeping components cool. The cabinet can support a flat-panel TV with a screen size of up to 70" and weighing up to 100 lbs.
Walnut finish shown.
Large sound bar opening
The wide upper console can accommodate a sound bar up to 40" wide. Prefer to store components in the space? The partial backstop can be rotated to serve as a divider and open up the back of the compartment.
You can easily store two components in the lower compartment. The narrow side compartments were made for game consoles, smaller accessories, and media storage. A hidden left side compartment provides space for a power strip and other small devices, such as a router or cable box.
This cabinet is compatible with the Sanus ELM 701 flat-panel TV anti-tip strap.
- for use with flat-panel TVs up to 70"
- cabinet top:
- 63"W x 21"D
- weight capacity: 100 lbs.
- upper storage space
- "center channel" mode provides one compartment measuring 40-5/16"W x 10-1/2"D
- "component" mode provides two compartments 19-7/8"W x 19-9/16"D each
- may be too shallow for larger center channel speakers
- weight capacity: 50 lbs. (total)
- 2 lower storage compartments (each)
- 19-7/8"W x 19-1/2"D
- weight capacity: 100 lbs.
- 2 side compartments with 2 shelves each
- shelf dimension (each) 10-1/8"W x 10-1/2"D
- weight capacity (each): 25 lbs.
- hidden compartment for power strip and other small components
- soft-close doors with open design steel panels
- openings for neatly routing cables
- ventilation to keep components cool
- 63"W x 22-1/2"H x 21"D
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- assembly required
What's in the Box:
- Top shelf
- Bottom panel
- Middle shelf
- 2 Mini shelves
- 2 Side panels
- Side door panel
- 4 Divider panels
- 2 Back support panels
- 2 Vertical back panels
- 2 Horizontal back panels
- 2 Side access panels
- 2 Horizontal doors
- 2 Vertical doors
- Drop door
- 2 Door braces
- 4 Corner feet
- Center foot
- 4 Wire wraps
- Twelve M6 x 12mm screws
- Twenty-six M6 x 25mm screws
- 8 Shelf-pins
- Eight #8 x 1" screws
- 8 Brace screws
- Instruction Manual
Really like the product, some minor flaws, but for this price, no complains
Anonymous, Greensboro, NC
Sanus TRILLIUM63 Reviews
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Features and Specs
|Number of Shelves||7|
|Number of Adjustable Shelves||None|
|Number of Drawers||None|
|Built-in Cooling Fan||No|
|Stand Weight Limit||450 lbs|
|TV Shelf Weight Limit||100 lbs|
|TV Shelf Width||63|
|TV Shelf Depth||21|
|Parts Warranty||5 Years|
|Labor Warranty||5 Years|
TV Shelf Capacity: The Sanus Trillium Series Juniper63 AV stand was specially designed to accommodate TVs up to 70" and weighing up to 100 lbs. The top TV shelf measures 63" (w) x 21" (d) and places your TV 22.5" from the floor.
Center Channel/Soundbar Shelf: The Trillium Series Juniper63 AV stand features 40.375" (w) x 8.25" (h) 10.5" (d) shelf that fits many of today's center channels and soundbar speakers. This single shelf can also be divided into two separate component shelves; measuring 19.875" (w) x 8.25" (h) 19.5" (d) each. The shelf supports up to 50 lbs total.
Component Shelves: The Juniper63 AV stand includes to lower component shelves that measure 19.875" (w) x 9.0625" (h) 19.5" (d), and support up to 100 lbs each.
Side Compartment: The Juniper63 offers a two-shelf side compartment on either side of the AV stand to house your game system and store your video games and Blu-ray discs. The upper shelf measures 10.0625" (w) x 8.25" (h) x 19.5" (d), while the lower shelf measures 10.0625" (w) x 9.0625" (h) x 19.5" (d). Each shelf can hold up to 25 lbs.
Perforated Steel Panel Doors: Each shelf is hidden behind a perforated steel panel door. The Juniper63' four perforated steel panel doors conceal all your components and media while maintaining a cool air environment and allows IR pass-through.
Adjustable Feet: The Juniper63 includes adjustable feet help level the AV stand on your hardwood, tile, or carpet floors.
Optional Anti-Tip TV Strap: The Sanus Elements ELM701 anti-tip strap (051ELM701, sold separately) connects your flat-panel TV to the AV stand to reduce the risk of your television and furniture from accidentally tipping, creating a safe environment in your home.
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Why did you buy this?
The cabinet was the right size and style. It matches the other Sanus rack that we purchased some months ago. [ Erick Mar 15, 2018 ]
High quality and fits my center speaker [ John Mar 17, 2018 ]
I have been looking for an entertainment center when I noticed this one on sale with Crutchfield. The looks well built and sturdy, with a decent price... I am looking forward to setting it up and making use of it. [ Rick Mar 12, 2018 ]
The nearly 20" depth for stereo components and vented design were what first caught my eye, then it got marked down half price!! [ Steven Dec 05, 2017 ]
I chose this piece after searching for a long time. It's the highest quality piece I found in this price range. [ Christian Sep 23, 2017 ]
3 questions already asked
6 answers My plan would be to place my large center speaker on top of this stand, with the TV on the wall, but would the two inside lower shelves be strong enough to support an AV receiver (33 lbs) on one side and a power amplifier (80 lbs) on the other? Sanus seems to make good audio racks, so I'm hoping so. [ John Apr 24, 2018 ]
HI John, The owners manual says that each side of the lower shelf will support 100lbs, therefore the answer is yes.I ended up mounting my tv on the wall and the center channel speaker on top. The dimensions for the top shelf were not correct for the depth. The web site said 10.5 inches when it was 8.75. [ CRAIG May 01, 2018 ]
According to the installation manual, the two bottom shelves can hold up to 100lbs each. The upper shelf can hold up to 50lbs, and the top surface has a 100lb capacity. [ Andy May 01, 2018 ]
You should be fine. I have a similar set up. This is a very sturdy cabinet. Thanks [ Richard Apr 30, 2018 ]
Hi John! Absolutely it will support those components. I love this stand! I have my Marantz 7011 on left side and a large panamax voltage regulator on right along with Oppo player on top left shelf and xfinity cable box on right top. The quality of the stand is up there as well! Hopefully this helps [ Brian Apr 30, 2018 ]
i think it will. I have similar setup and no issues. [ Sean Apr 30, 2018 ]
I have this exact same set up with a Polk center speaker which is a pretty big size and i also have an Onkyo 610 receiver on the shelf. I have a cable box, router and Apple TV inside the console. It's a sturdy piece of furniture. [ Lachandra Apr 30, 2018 ]
Top shelf is rated for 100lbs according to Sanus. I would be OK with that but no more. Unit is 63 inches wide, so check your tv to see if it will fit. Doubt it would look right if there were an overhang. [ DARREN E Mar 07, 2018 ]
Definitely! This is a very sturdy and I have an older 65" Samsung that weighs a lot and it is doing just fine. The top shelf actually supports up to 100lbs. [ Joshua Mar 06, 2018 ]
Yes, I would say so. I weight 180lbs, and there is no issue with me sitting on the tv stand.... [ marc Mar 06, 2018 ]
8 answers Does the top inside shelf, with its 8.27 inch height, have a divider smack in the middle? Reason I ask is if you have a center-channel speaker and you want to hide it on that top shelf you're out of luck if there's a divider there. Otherwise, it's a very attractive piece of furniture for a good price. [ Peter Feb 13, 2018 ]
If you look at the user manual (there's a PDF linked at the product page), it shows dimensions of the center compartment. The divider can be installed in 2 orientations. One divides the upper compartment into two side-by-side compartments. The other mounts it so that a center speaker can fit. Be careful, though, about the depth of your speaker. The user manual is misleading and makes it seem like there's 10.5" of depth for a center speaker. There's actually only 9.5" [ Matthew Feb 16, 2018 ]
It does, which was a surprise to me, but luckily not a problem. I find it perfect for game consoles. It's a structural component of the unit, though if you had the means to cut a piece back, I'm sure it would still work. The lower shelf is the same. [ Starhuckster Feb 15, 2018 ]
There is a divider but it can go either direction. Unless you have a very deep speaker it should fit no problem. This unit is great, I've had it for a few months now. [ Sean Feb 14, 2018 ]
We left the divider out during assembly, seemed to be optional, and our center speaker fits fine. [ Sylvia Feb 14, 2018 ]
Yes there is a divider, you can install it 2 ways when assembling. Length wise or vertical. If you install the divider length wise you have a depth of 10.54 inches along the 40.31 length. [ Keith R. Feb 14, 2018 ]
There is a divider in the middle of the top inside shelf, BUT when you build it you have a choice to either use it to equally divide the top shelf space into two compartments for equipment OR placing the divider in way so it sits further to the back of the cabinet so you can fit a wide Center channel within the top inside shelf using the full width. Hope this helps. [ Keane K. Feb 14, 2018 ]
Yes. There is a divider in the middle of the top inside shelf. You could not put a center channel speaker there. I use mine for an AV receiver on one side and a blu-ray player on the other side. It is a very well thought out piece of storage equipment. Nothing else comes close in terms of how much gear it can accommodate. [ Jason Feb 14, 2018 ]
You can configure the top shelf two different ways. First, it you can install the divider front-to-back and divide the top compartment into two separate sections. This would not allow for a center channel speaker to be centered behind the front cover. The other way you can do it is install that divider so it is oriented in parallel with the front and back of the cabinet. This allows you to put a shallow center channel speaker in front of the divider. I think it allows for about 7.5" of depth on the center channel in this configuration. I suggest downloading the technical drawings for this stand from the Sanus website if you have additional questions. [ Andy Feb 14, 2018 ]