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TV stand recommendations

I'm moving in July and have a 65 inch TV that I want to put at the foot of my bed. I don't really have the option to wall mount it in my room so I thought of getting either a TV stand or a TV lift. I haven't been able to find a good TV lift or TV stand that can both have a 65 inch TV and a sound bar. 

 

I know sound bars aren't great but it's better than nothing. Is there any recommendation for a TV Stand/Lift that would also accommodate the sound bar? I was thinking something like this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LKH5Y4F/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=A2T4RI5JPP2USG&psc=1 but honestly super open to suggestions. I want to also find something that would have little likelyhood of failing over if there is an earthquake or slightly pushed. Thanks!

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Earthquake and slightly pushed are two entirely different things. Good luck with the first unless you anchor it. If you want something with push resistance, it's got to be a lot wider than the one you linked.

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17 minutes ago, Stoigeboiii said:

I'm moving in July and have a 65 inch TV that I want to put at the foot of my bed. I don't really have the option to wall mount it in my room so I thought of getting either a TV stand or a TV lift. I haven't been able to find a good TV lift or TV stand that can both have a 65 inch TV and a sound bar. 

 

I know sound bars aren't great but it's better than nothing. Is there any recommendation for a TV Stand/Lift that would also accommodate the sound bar? I was thinking something like this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08LKH5Y4F/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=A2T4RI5JPP2USG&psc=1 but honestly super open to suggestions. I want to also find something that would have little likelyhood of failing over if there is an earthquake or slightly pushed. Thanks!

I would personally go one size larger on the tv stand just to have the extra wiggle room weight-wise.

 

Are you sure about having a 65in tv at the foot of your bed? That can really fuck with your circadian rythm plus it forces you to be laying in bed in order to use it. Have you thought about putting it somewhere else?

 

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For your setup, I'd suggest looking for a TV stand with a wide enough top surface to accommodate both your 65-inch TV and the sound bar. Check out stands with sturdy construction and maybe even ones with additional support for stability. I can't promise anything earthquake-proof, but you can search for stands with features like anti-tip straps or weighted bases for added security.


And TV stands, I've got a couple of recommendations based on my own experience. First off, I'd say it's essential to consider the size of your TV and the space you have available. For smaller rooms, a compact stand might be the way to go to avoid overcrowding.

 

If you've got a bigger space or a larger TV, you'll want something more substantial to support it properly. Look for stands with enough shelves or compartments to store your media devices like DVD players, game consoles, or streaming devices. It's also worth checking out stands with cable management options to keep those wires tidy.

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