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Centurion GT-6 Black Glass and Chrome TV Table Stand Shelving for DVD Player, Video Recorder, Satellite Receiver, or Home cinema Equipment
|Price:||£99.00 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details|
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- 5-Tier Gloss Black Glass Stand with Silver Supports - The GTS6 can also be assembled with 4-tiers for a shorter height
- Plenty of space for stacking 15"-26" TV, Hi-Fi separates, home cinema systems, blu-ray player, Sky/Virgin/BT receivers, digital boxes and games consoles
- A combination safety with style, the GTS6 has toughened safety glass shelves (to BS6206A) to relevant British standards - It also features curved edges, the smooth curved edges are designed to be safer for pets and children with polished and shaped edges
- The GTS6 comes complete with a Cable Management to hide unsightly wires at the rear, and clear and concise manuals for easy Self-Assembly
- 5-Shelf Dimensions: 60cm x 45cm x 83.2cm (W x D x H) - 4-Shelf Dimensions: 60cm x 45cm x 67cm (W x D x H) - Glass Thickness Top Shelf= 8mm Other Shelves = 6mm
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Top Customer Reviews
However, there were 2 things about this unit that really annoyed me! First the so called Cable Management system is a cheap bit of plastic that clips to the back of the unit and then they give you 3 cable ties, which quite frankly looks awful and for modern day Home Theatre set-ups is quite useless. Also when you do clip the plastic bit to the back, the cable holes do not line up with the shelves. So one hole was split between 2 shelves which meant you could not actually fit a cable through it in the first place.
The second thing was that some bright spark at the manufactures had decided to put sticky labels on the top of the glass shelf that says "This way up", and these labels weren't the nice plastic labels that peel off easily, these were paper labels that left all the glue on the glass. So after much scraping, and wiping it finally came off. It took me twice as long to get the label glue off the glass than it did assembling the damn thing!! How can they be so stupid!! Why not put the stickers on the bottom of the shelf, the bit you don't see, and put "this way down" on it?
But I guess at the end of the day it does what it says on the tin (with the exception of the so called "Cable Management System"), and you can fit a lot of equipment on it, so I guess, for the price it is not too bad.
I got just that with this piece of kit.
Its also very sturdy & solid, an absolute must with hifi kit & turntable & it was an absolute doddle to assemble. The finish is good & the components are upto the job.
I was going to spend more on dedicated hifi stand but I'm glad I got this instead.
As far as I'm concerned it fits my requirements completely.
I thoroughly recommend this stand. You can't go wrong buying one of these. In fact, I am going to get the TV version to complement it!
On plus side, its quite solid and stable, looks fine and does the job. On my limited budget its OK, got it at the lower price, had I paid the extra £20 I'd be less happy!
The only little niggle, is the so called "cabling management system",as mentioned in a previous review, it's just a very cheap black plastic cover and cable ties, I would have expected something to match the rest of quality of the stand. The glass does have stickers on them to let you know "which way up", luckly for me these easily came off.
Apart from that, I love this stand to bits, the price and quality in my opinion is well worth it, visitors to your house will go "wow" when they see the complete system, it really does look the part.
The rear cable tidy just clips on and such things are useless anyway as you can't bend the cables enough on many bits of equipment so I didn't bother and just used my velcro cable tidy straps.
I built it using common sense but if you aren't good at this type of thing you will struggle as the instructions are poor and contain errors.
My main issue is the quality of some materials but that really relates to the price. I've seen almost identical looking units for half the price of this one and I'd say at that lower price I'd have no complaints. I bought this one from Amazon as I needed the quick Prime delivery and for the money I'd have expected higher quality materials for a number of parts.
Still as I say it works great for me and looks nice. Just over priced so you might want to consider the models sold by third parties on here for half the price assuming they are the same of course.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good quality, great price, easy to put together and can be done by one person. Less shelves can be used if required. Needs constant dusting.Published 3 months ago by Evie
I wanted a rack for my HI-Fi separates with turntable on top. Looked at the various options; this one was priced about average. Arrived bang on time which was nice. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
After I done with screwed all assembling black glass table and standing bars together, It stand firm in strength and perfectly without loosing or wobbling. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jon
The whole thing arrives reasonably packed. The instructions are vague as to where each individually sized spacer/leg actually goes, I guess you could mix and match to your own... Read morePublished 9 months ago by SteveH
Very happy with this product. Instructions were fairly straight forward, you build it upside down. Just the job for a turntable and amplifier. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jonathan Byrne
one of the feet would not screw on so I had to drill out the thread and superglue it on. I had to be very careful when moving it into position because the glue did not set... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mr. Peter Halfpenny