Bell'O Triple Play TV Stand: With room for your flat-panel TV and up to 4 A/V components, this TV stand helps you keep your home theater setup neat. The Triple Play design allows you to mount your TV to a wall using the included swivel bracket or use the stand as a 3-shelf table for flexibility.
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SturdyTV stand that holds all my componants
Posted by: chalspa from: maryland on
I searched for weeks for the perfect TV stand, I needed space for several audio items, plus I wanted the top shelf for a large center speaker and knick-knacks, so I needed a stand with an attached mount to hang the TV - I don't like hanging TV's on the wall, the wires are unsightly and most people mount them too high - this stand keeps the TV at perfect eye level when sitting on a sofa. I purchased this from Best Buy so I was able to inspect the box - no problems. When I opened it I found everything as it should and it everything was packaged well. This stand can easily be put together by one person, however two people will need to carry it. The instructions were very understandable and the stand base, with attached real wood, is already put together, you just open it and lock it together with the locking clamps. Then you simply add the shelf holders, secure the rear TV mount and place the glass shelves - one person can do it but two people should be used so as to not damage the glass. It comes with a large selection of VESA screws and spacers to attach the rear mounts to your TV. - they had longer screws that fit my Vizio. I had a receiver and other audio components and wanted an open configuration so I wouldn't have to cut out the back to fit all the wires and cables, plus it gives them air circulation. The stand is very sturdy and is a perfect width at 50" wide, my 60" LED just extends about an inch and a half on either side. On the shelves, just place the audio components to each side and you'll have room in the center of the first and second shelf for two rows of CD's. The bottom shelf holds 75 lbs, the middle shelf holds 50 lbs and the top shelf holds 125lbs. There is about 10" height between the bottom and middle shelves. I also placed sliders under the 3 main points to move the stand easily. See my attached photo's
12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
Owned for over year, good stand
Posted by: James from: on
I have used this for over a year and moved twice with it, so has held up very well. Some other reviewers have noted the TV can lean forward, but found this is fixed by tilting the tv back, then screwing in the mounts on the back snugly. This made my tv perfectly level.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Great looking stand
Posted by: Manny231 from: San Antonio on
I purchased this amazing looking stand two weeks ago and I am beyond thrilled with it. I don't see the justification of why the previous review had low marks. For the features and style the price point is spot on and worth every penny. The setup was beyond simple, had it up and going in under an hour. The cable management system is a great perk, wife was pleased with hidden cables. The design, tinted glass and wood color is georgoeus. Everyone who comes over gives this stand compliments. I have my TV mounted on the included bracket and it gives my whole setup an added cool factor. Stand is extremely durable and quality grade. Absolutely pleased with purchase.
7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
Maybe I was just unlucky...
Posted by: MaineC from: Orange County on
I loved the style, and though it required some effort on my part to acquire - driving to another store to pick one up, as the system would not allow shipping it when I placed the order in-store with a new TV - I initially thought it was worth the effort.
Unfortunately, as soon as I removed the first major piece from the box and began to set it up, it broke. As I unfolded the primary frame, a critical weld on one of the hinges attached to the back of the frame gave out. Upon closer inspection, the weld was very clearly poorly done. Thus, within 5 minutes of opening the box, I was sealing it up and lugging the 90 pound box back out to the car and off to the store to return it.
9 out of 10 found this review helpful.
Good, sturdy stand
Posted by: degg from: Denver, CO on
I bought this stand a few weeks before I had even decided on a TV. As it turns out I bought a 60" Sharp and while the stand states up to 55", my 60" fits just fine and is about half the rated weight capacity of the stand. There is still plenty of room between the top shelf and bottom of my TV (6¼") to fit a sound bar or many other components. I did secure the unit to the wall just in case, but I don't see there being any problem with my slightly oversize TV with this stand.
Assembly was fairly straightforward and I was able to assemble this stand in about an hour with no assistance. Only issue I ran across was the installation of the glass shelves. Instructions make it clear not to move the stand with the TV or the shelves in place. However, the shelves install from the side and unless you have ~4 feet of open space to the side (which I don't) you must install the glass and then move the unit into it's final position. If the unit is on a hardwood floor it probably wouldn't be too tough, but on carpet it took a bit of care and effort to move the unit fully assembled.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
works perfect if you're not dumb.
Posted by: Joshua360 from: on
I have 2 of these stands and they are great. I read people's reviews saying that the tv leans forward when assembled. You have to lean the TV back when fastening the nobs to the TV! Then the TV will be perfectly vertical.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Not great for my 55'
Posted by: LastDon from: SF CA on
If you use the built in swivel mount to suspend the TV from the stand ( the main reason I chose this stand) it looks really flimsy. My 55' TV ( which is supposed to work) leans forward and doesn't looks safe. It's was disappointing to improvise and use it differently from what was intended. I had already invested too much time installing it and was really heavy out of the box to bring back. The best I could do is give it a deservingly not do good review and hope it detours others from buying this product.
5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Sturdy contruction, easy to assemble.
Posted by: undsaleen from: on
I got this unit home and it was the easiest stand I have ever had to put together. It was almost all assembled and just required it to be unfolded and bolted in place. It looks great and the stainless and wood together really make it stand out. A quality piece unlike a lot of stands out there.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Rufus from: on
This table looked very difficult to put together when we first opened it, but to our surprise it was simple and very sturdy!
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Really nice stand for the price.
Posted by: ShakyPockets from: on
I began my search for a new TV stand because I was sick of using the traditional TV stand as the TV would sit below eye level from our viewing position, which is less then ideal. Accordingly, I wanted a VESA mount stand. I didn't want to attach the TV to my wall, as my studs were in odd locations, so this was the next best option.
I saw this TV on BestBuy.com and read the reviews. They seem slightly mixed, so though I would go check it out in the store, as online it said they had them in stock. They did indeed have a floor model to look at, so I assume at least some stores local to everyone else will also.
The stand is attractive and sleek. It is very easy to assemble. It literally just folds in to place and you bolt it open with a few bolts. Easy peasy. The glass shelves are very thick and sturdy. I am not afraid to put center channel speakers, a heave receiver, or anything else on them.
Three important things to note to anyone buying this TV:
1) While the stand says it only support up to 55", my 65" fits and sits just fine. However, the weight of my TV (60#), pulls the bracket down slightly. You have to push the TV level and screw the bolts in on the back and it will level the TV just fine. After I did this, TV is level and sits perfectly. There is no sense of the stand tipping, the TV falling or anything. Us this for up to a 65" I would say is perfectly safe. Anything over that I say no.
2) To go with #1 above, if you use a 65", it completely takes away the top glass shelf from being used, as the TV sits far too low and putting anything on the top shelf will obstruct the view of the TV. Not a big deal, but anyone using a larger TV - and I think it would be cutting it close even with the 55" - I would say don't even think about using the top shelf at all.
3) While the TV bracket swivel is a very nice feature, it is EXTREMELY loose; and I mean very. If my two year old as much and nudges the TV stand while playing, the TV will shift. I'm going to adjust the swiveling bracket by jamming a piece of cloth in there and that should help, but should be unneeded.
Overall, this is a really nice stand and anyone looking for a really nice VESA mount TV stand shouldn't hesitate to purchase it. I gave it -.5 stars for the swivel being far too loose and another -.5 stars for the top shelf being obstructed by the TV, even at the 55" advertised max.