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What size TV stand do I need for a 50 inch TV?

Asked on: When shopping for: Sauder Willow Falls TV Stand - American Cherry | Posted 12/21/2009 | 1306 Views
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SR Posted: 12/21/2009
Ranked: 17th in TV (based on 59 answers / 4 positive ratings )
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Thank you for your question.  A 50 inch TV weighs approximately 105 pounds so that is one thing you have to take into consideration.  One we have is the Sauder Orchard Hills Corner TV Stand - Carolina Oak.  This one would be plenty big to hold the TV. Or there is also the  Sauder Colony Entertainment Credenza - Brushed Maple.   Or another one for you to look at is the South Shore City Life 50-inch TV Stand - Honeydew. Happy Holidays and Thank You from your Meijer Shopping Guide
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