House your home entertainment system in style with this Salamander Designs Synergy Quad SB248W/A cabinet that features 3 adjustable shelves to hold up to 6 components. The extruded aluminum chassis is designed to hold a flat-panel TV up to 350 lbs.
Holds flat-panel LCD or plasma TVs
Supports TVs up to 80" or 350 lbs.
Hardwood and veneered MDF materials
Create an attractive appearance. Extruded aluminum chassis ensures durability.
3 adjustable shelves
Provide flexible storage options. Interior side shelves support up to 75 lbs. each; center shelf supports up to 25 lbs.
Accommodates up to 6 A/V components
For easy organization of your home entertainment system. Venting helps keep components cool for optimal performance. Removable back panel allows easy access to components and wiring.
Hardwood-framed doors with perforated inserts
Allow IR signals to easily pass through, so you can use your remotes without opening the cabinet doors. Soft-closing dampeners allow quiet use.
It took longer to assemble than anticipated . but i felt comfortable with the quality of the parts. Website for delivery and scheduling could have been more obvious I stumbled upon the section where I could choose my own delivery date , but worked flawlessly .
This is a very well built stand! HEAVY, but it comes in 2 flat boxes.
Didn't get 5 stars because of all the time it took me to put together. Took me about 3-4 hours due to subpar directions. Tons of pieces. HOWEVER, once put together, you can tell the amazing durability that it will provide. This is not your el Cheapo Ikea stand....you get what you pay for. Plus love the sleek modern black look w/ silver accent.
The doors are nice....my PS3 does get very hot in it though....you might want to open the doors if running components in there. Definitely recommend looking into this if you're going to get a huge TV on it....I've got my 80 inch TV on it and it fits great!
Overall, this is a nice stand. But even though it is nice, my overwhelming thought on this is "I can't believe that this thing was $1,800". I have no problem spending big $$$ on furniture. I just think that the price isn't justified on this stand.
I think that this would be a really good $999 stand.
For $1,800 it should be perfect and it isn't. The instructions were horrible, but I've put enough things together that I was able to get it done. (IMO, for $1,800 it should arrive assembled)
My biggest issue was fit and finish. I had to really force the internal side panels to get them fully inserted. Then the aluminum posts were a little off when I placed the top panel on. I had to really struggle to get them to line up to bolt on the top panel. For $1,800 that should not happen.
Again, once finished it does look nice but not $1,800 nice.
I have another Salamander Synergy stand. It is older and is Maple. The Maple has a much more premium look than the black which is what I bought this time. If I had to do it again, I'd get the Maple/black posts rather than Black/aluminum posts.
Lastly, my remotes really struggled with the perforated doors. So I still had to add a wired IR repeater.
This Furniture cabinet is very expensive and is missing center front doors, I was lead to belive at store when ordering that there were 1-door on each end, which there was and 2-center doors which there was not. Had service tech assemble at my home due to purchase of entire home system TV, 4K DVD, Speakers etc. However the tech was "Not" good on the furnite assembly, great on the home theater set-up, but lacking on the furniture assembly, so parts may have been missing and I do know that some parts were not installed because they were still not on the cabinet and the side doors did not close properly and he striped threads on the hinges and assembled some parts upside down etc..Lead svc tech says he is looking into fixing this problem or replacing the cabinet, however nothing done as of this time August 13, 2016.
The only reason I did not give this product a 5 star rating had nothing to do with the quality or construction of this stand, which is great by the way-it was due to poor assembly instructions that are included. I consider myself mechanically inclined and I'm used to a picture only assembly guide, that is when an actual legend is used for the exact bolts/nuts/whatever is shown as well.
With what was supplied in the box and with nothing about assembly instructions on Salamander's web site for this particular stand I spent about 3-4 hours on this stands assembly. A better set of instructions would have gone a long way in my mind and would have cut the assembly down to an acceptable hour, or less.