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Furnitech FT62TRY TV Stand up to 65" TVs.

SKU: Furnitech-FT62TRY

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Furnitech FT62TRY (FT62TRY-LC, FT62TRY-W) - 62" Transitional TV Entertainment Console TV Stand for Plasma/DLP/LCD TVs in Wenge finish.

Features Include:

  • Ships fully assembled!
  • Radius corners
  • Solid cherry wood fluted edge detail
  • Solid cherry wood framed smoked tempered glass doors
  • 2 media storage drawers open space for accommodating Digital Sound Projectors and LCR surround sound speaker systems
  • Media storage drawer
  • Internal wire management and ventilated back panel
  • Overall Dimensions:

  • 62" W x 30" H x 17.7" D
  • Usable Interior Dimensions

  • 14.17 H x 18.78" W x 16.14" D
  • Available Finishes:

  • Wenge
  • Wenge

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    Customer Reviews

    Average Rating

    My new FT62TRY met most of my expectations. It is good quality, but there are a couple of caveats. I have a fairly large Dynaudio center channel speaker (22.5" wide, 8.5" high). Furnitech's blueprint shows the opening to be 9" high. In reality, it's 8" high. There are also 2 support braces that go from either side of the drawer to the top. While this is a good thing to hold almost 300 lbs of plasma & pedestal, it prevented my center channel from fitting in between them. Fortunately, the whole cabinet easily disassembles. I relocated one of the supports to the right by about 3", but once I put the top back on the cabinet, I can only get the speaker out again by taking the top off.
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