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jlm86 July 19th, 2020 2:43 PM

Center channel.. tv stand search
 
I now have a 65" tv and in need of a TV stand that has an opening large enough for for hsu center speaker..

Surprisingly very difficult to find one with a
10" x 24" opening...

Any suggestions?
Thank you

Kevin_Hsu July 22nd, 2020 9:36 AM

You can remove the base and feet so if you find one that's 8-9", the HC-1 Mk2 may be able to fit in there.

Tom C July 22nd, 2020 2:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jlm86 (Post 137218)
I now have a 65" tv and in need of a TV stand that has an opening large enough for for hsu center speaker..

Surprisingly very difficult to find one with a
10" x 24" opening...

Any suggestions?
Thank you

My stand is about 19 high. I made a riser to sit on it and to fit over my HC-1 MK2. My 55 LG B6 to sits on the riser. The B6 is pretty much centered with my eyes and the HC-1, with its adjustable base, is tilted up to where it shoots directly at my me.
The riser is made out of one-foot wide plywood. The sides are 11 high. The cross piece is 27.5. I painted it black.

Drew December 17th, 2020 9:50 PM

I know this thread is a few months old but I wanted to share my solution. My solution was to purchase a universal TV stand and to place that on a flat, short, tv stand. This allowed me to fit a CCB-8 under my 75” TV.

I purchased a generic TV stand from Amazon called “FITUEYES Universal TV Stand.” I placed the tv at the highest position possible on that and placed the base of the FITUEYES on an IKEA Besta. The CCB-8 fit even with an angled foam isolation pad underneath with millimeters to spare.

The downsides are my tv is a little higher than I would like and the rear of the speaker is near to the wall and the metal plate that connects to the tv stand. I battle the speaker distance with sound absorbing panels behind it and play with plugging up the ports. For the tv height I prefer to sit eye level to the middle of the tv. This solution placed me at more of the bottom quarter of the tv.

I already had the IKEA stand so I was looking for a solution without much extra cost. My other constraint was that I live in an apartment and do not want to drill into the walls.


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