Best tv & media furniture according to redditors

We found 476 Reddit comments discussing the best tv & media furniture. We ranked the 183 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about TV & Media Furniture:

u/cookie_400 · 25 pointsr/DIY

> l the wires from the computer to the screen etc?

Ooo, I'm so glad someone noticed that! I was worried about the same thing when I was making this since it doesn't really have much space to hide through the frame.

I got this thingy (and some velcro straps to wrap cables up):

u/Rhythmicon · 11 pointsr/hometheater

Something like this is a god send if you don't want to wall mount - but still want to raise your TV to place your centre channel at a good height.

u/MundaneEjaculation · 9 pointsr/malelivingspace

Baxton Studio Gemini Wood Contemporary TV Stand, White

u/VACRMH · 8 pointsr/gamecollecting

Rfiver 5-Tier Black Glass Audio...

It looks nicer than it is. The posts are plastic and hollow, theres a large metal rod that goes the height of the unit that they slide over.

u/kenman345 · 8 pointsr/battlestations
u/TaedusPrime · 7 pointsr/battlestations
u/catalinashenanigans · 7 pointsr/malelivingspace

I've got the same one. Very happy with it for the money. Solid construction.

u/redflagdealsguy · 6 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

Agreed. But also not wrong, you folks are hooped if you don't run at this deal. RFD is swarming.

Returns are a thing, you'll be fine.

FYI: The OEM stand is garbage, consider these options.

VESA TV Stands Supporting TVs 70" or More -- $92.99 -- $80.99 -- $49.99 ($36 Used via Amazon Warehouse) -- $34.97

u/homeboi808 · 6 pointsr/hometheater

Something like this could work.

You can use a stand for it if that doesn’t bother you (that way the tv doesn’t have to be higher than it is, which looks to be a good height, though a tad low it looks like).

Nice choice of speakers ;)

u/BurntHotPocket · 6 pointsr/battlestations

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA)

I believe this is the iconic one used in most setups.

u/Jabonte · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

I have this one.

Not as neat but you still can't see the cables unless you're eye level with the rack. Plus I can set my xbox/laptop power bricks in it too.

u/stop_drop_rofl · 5 pointsr/PS4

You really shouldn't ever stack things like that, or have a force pushing down on the ps4 from the top...any chance you could build a little table with legs that are wider than the ps4 for the monitor to sit on?

edit: I mean something like this but maybe you could save $50 and build yourself..or find for cheaper somewhere else.

u/Get_Back_To_Work_Now · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Something like this may help. It won't hide the wires completely but you would have to crawl under the desk to see them.

u/Korlic · 5 pointsr/gamecollecting

Salamander A5/B Archetype

I got mine on Amazon:

Though if you are handy with some power tools, the shelf is basically just a bunch of MDF with some holes drilled in the corners and then 4 threaded rods and some bolts/washers/

u/archivedsofa · 4 pointsr/hometheater

Like I said, you can use a stand to solve this. This one for example.

u/bozoconnors · 4 pointsr/hometheater

Height looks perfect. Those toothpicks would make me nervous too though. As they're ridiculously popular with manufacturers at this point, already decided I'm gonna go with one of these stands upon next TV purchase (& assuming yours is a 65"). Kind of averse to mounting things on the wall myself. Probably able to raise just enough for speakers to go under. If ya don't like, meh, got a nice sturdy stand anyways.

u/da_na_na_na_Cat_Man · 4 pointsr/pcmasterrace

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA)

I use one of these and it's worked out pretty well

u/Run-ning · 4 pointsr/hometheater

Something like this is probably the most common way to get that kind of additional height.

u/stlprice · 4 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Desk is Ikea.

Shelf you are asking about:

It's kinda steep on price, but honestly it's the most solid piece of furniture I own, I don't think you could weigh it down if you tried. Solid piece of work from a great company.

u/KingHortonx · 4 pointsr/battlestations

You're welcome

u/danbfree · 3 pointsr/4kTV

That's why I like to use a swiveling tabletop stand even for larger sets instead of relying on the TV legs, even when you do have a good flat wide surface already. Gives plenty of flexibility for sound bars and swiveling the picture directly towards you more for slightly varying seating positions.

u/ercgoodman · 3 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

Hey guys,
So, my mom is wanting to upgrade her old equipment to something newer/better. Please forgive me if this isn’t the correct sub to post to.

Current setup:
I don’t have much specifics on the current equipment (model numbers etc)

-Sony TV, works fine. 2 HDMI ports I believe and one analog video (RCA). Doesn’t appear to be “Smart” and doesn’t have apps

-Old Phillips 5-disc CD player / radio / tape

-2 old Sony speakers from the 90s
-Apple airplay receiver (not shown, can’t remember what it’s called but it’s the old unit that looks like a large all in one A/C adaptor and plugs directly into the wall)

-BluRay player

-Comcast box

-Wii (optional, for the grandkids)

She really loves to listen to a lot of music. But 99% of it is CDs and classical music on NPR. A few years I went down the road of ripping her CDs into MP3s but she’s constantly out of space on her phone and most of her stuff is not on streaming services. She also doesn’t like the huge floor standing speakers she has anymore and wants something with good sound but affordable and not too big.

I’m thinking about mounting the TV on the wall and adding in those shelves that mount below it for the cable box and BluRay player. And just for compactness i was leaning towards some kind of sound bar. Sound quality is important but nothing really expensive. An alternative I guess could be speakers mounted next to the TV or in the corners near the ceiling (but then I’d need a sub probably). Her living room is pretty small so nothing huge is needed. To keep things simple I was trying to stay away from a separate receiver but if you think she could benefit from one then please let me know!

I’m really struggling with the CD situation. I’ve got her slightly interested in Spotify but the fact that her CDs are rare/oddball and not on major services is proving to be a challenge. For those with more experience, would uploading her stuff to Google Music be a good option? Then she could stream + cast it from her phone to a BT sound bar? Or can the BluRay player function as a “stand-alone” CD player? When I say stand alone I mean the ability to play CDs without having to turn on the TV. It has a “Coax Digital” out but I don’t have any experience with how that works or if it’s possible with a sound bar.

So I guess the biggest advice I need are how you guys recommend handling the CDs and also the speakers. Feel free to comment on anything else though, of course.

Thanks in advance!

u/RXrenesis8 · 3 pointsr/techsupportmacgyver

You could get this style of entertainment center and you won't need a stand!

u/Warvanov · 3 pointsr/hometheater

Gotcha. That makes sense. Have you considered a stand like this?

A stand like this with a large enough base would allow you to raise the height of the TV enough to set the center channel on the base of the stand.

u/Palladeenyoo · 3 pointsr/hometheater

FITUEYES Floor tv Stand with Mount Two Shelves for 32inch to 65inch Sony/Samsung /LG/Vizio TV Swivel Mount TT207001MB

There is stuff like this all over Amazon for less than $100.

u/red_delicious · 3 pointsr/vinyl

I very very highly recommend the walker edison stand that I currently use. It looks great, was super easy to assemble, and the thing is so fucking heavy I feel like it could handle anything I throw at it. Pretty good price too.

u/Xaelias · 3 pointsr/hometheater
u/dman19997 · 3 pointsr/macsetups

It is an essential oil diffuser. The shelves for the PS4 are just glass shelves from amazon. This is the link:

WALI Floating Strengthened Tempered Glass for DVD Players, Cable Boxes Games Consoles, TV Accessories (CS202), 2 Shelf, Black

u/MotherOfTears · 3 pointsr/PS4
u/timladen · 3 pointsr/battlestations

I think it'd be cleaner if you could put those consoles away in the cabinet or maybe get something like this. That's my only real critique, it's not a bad station

u/LeJoker · 3 pointsr/homelab

Thank you! I'm fairly proud of the cable management, because I'm usually terrible with it.

Shelf is from Amazon, here:

u/crooskie11 · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace
u/Notevenspecial · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

On such a historic building, this is absolutely the best way to go:

Quick, easy, and painless.

u/ElNumberoJuan · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Now get yourself a cable management desk attachment 😉

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA)

u/Sharohachi · 2 pointsr/hometheater

The height all looks fine but I wouldn't set the TV on top of the center channel (if that is indeed what's going on here). For one it looks terribly unstable and I wouldn't want it to come crashing down. Also the CS9060 has a powered woofer that fires upward so you are blocking that with the TV sitting on it.

I guess that's a window behind it so you can't wall mount it, but I'd consider some sort of stand like this so that your TV isn't on top of the center, or you could get a whole new center console with a mount built in like this. You can still keep the center channel raised up but it won't be so precarious and the CS9060 woofer will be free to do its thing.

u/lilming · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Not a riser but bought this universal stand for my 65in curved Samsung in order to fit a center underneath.

Fitueyes Universal TV Stand with Swivel mount Height Adjustable for 50inch to 80 inch TV FTT107003GB

u/comineeyeaha · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Here's the Amazon link, I just got it 2 weeks ago

u/oklahomachad · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

I can’t remember where we got the coffee table, we got it when we were married. I’m pretty sure we got it online, probably amazon or wayfair or something.

The tv stand I got on amazon: Belmont Home 60 inch Natural Finish Media Stand

u/nootdude · 2 pointsr/sonos
u/popsicle_of_meat · 2 pointsr/hometheater

I see a lot online, but they are kind of pricey. Not enough demand for them, I suppose.

This one? Take the middle shelf off and put the base under the bed?

u/freespace303 · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Quality A/V Racks can be had at decent prices

I bought it and took a ton of photos of setting it up and installing all my A/V/network/pc gear for my LAN area...

I agree with you on the reason for A/V racks though. Those huge wall entertainment center behemoths are so 1980/1990s. If it was up to me, I would just do away with it completely, and get a nice clean modern entertainment center like this one. If I needed more A/V space, I would by the A/V rack I mentioned above too.

Here it is installed in my home theater...

u/Crash3urn · 2 pointsr/gaming

Have this same desk.
Buy a cable organizer like this.

Screw it under the desk near the back.

Then put a couple screws into the board that is against the wall.
You're power strip should have some mounting holes on the backside.

Mount the power strip to the back and then run the cables over the organizer and to the strip.

No more cable mess!

u/Zachkay · 2 pointsr/battlestations

I think it is this one:

but the price seems to have gone way up.

Honestly just type "black shelf" in amazon and there are a ton of different styles to choose from

u/Kasarii · 2 pointsr/battlestations

These can hold your surge protector off the ground as well.

If you don't want to screw anything onto the wall or desk then you could consider a cable management sleeve to gather up all the cables and make it look better with just 1 round tube.

edit: I own a sleeve but it has holes for cables to exit. like this picture.

u/Armsc · 2 pointsr/hometheater

Here are some thoughts

  1. Upgrading the front three should make a noticeable difference. You should keep them to the same series so no mix and match, get a matched set.

  2. You should look at getting a TV stand $20 or a TV base $45 to get the TV up enough to put a real center channel there.

  3. I would get stands for the front to get them out and up to near ear level. Put them next to the TV vs having them on the TV console. It will sound so much better and they won't obstruct the screen.

  4. I like the Cambridge idea quite a lot. There are other options but this seems like the best for the budget you set. If you needed to save a bit for the stands and TV base you could go with Micca MB42x/Center or the Pioneer BS-22/center combo but I think the Cambridge would probably do better.

u/CodyCus · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Use this

u/tacobizzell · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

I mounted my outlet underneath my desk and used this to hide my cables.

u/Geronemo3 · 2 pointsr/options

U probably need something like this. I haven't used one, just happen to know that these things exist.

FITUEYES Universal TV Stand Base with Swivel Mount Height Adjustable for 26 to 55 Inch TV TT106001MB

u/MizuKumaa · 2 pointsr/battlestations

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA) or it you have a ikea nearby then they’re significantly cheaper.

u/karazax · 2 pointsr/4kTV

The TCL 6 series for $599 would be my choice in that price range. It's in the black friday flyer, online early starting Nov 28th on page 28. If you hate the stand, buy a replacement

u/1throw4 · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

You say TV has large legs which is why you need such an enormous stand

So maybe

This cheap thing to make your TV stand on small furniture

u/Laveruk · 2 pointsr/hometheater

When I was home shopping, a decent room layout for my HT setup was a deal breaker. Passed on a couple that didn’t have space for a surround setup.

Now I’m back to renting and totally feel your pain.

I’d go with the suggestion from others to mount above fireplace on a drop down, seems nicer layout, otherwise mount on one side of the protrusion on an articulating arm.

Another option could be a floor-standing mount in front of the protrusion and under an entertainment center:

FITUEYES Universal TV Stand Base With Swivel Mount Height Adjustable for 26 To 55 Inch TV TT106001MB

u/kaosbkhan · 2 pointsr/hometheater

If you’re on a budget, I just ordered this today:

WE Furniture Minimal Farmhouse Wood Stand for TV's up to 78" Living Room Storage, 70 Inch, Black

It’s the only cheap, good looking one I could find that didn’t require mounting it to the wall. However I only looked on IKEA, Best Buy, & Amazon

u/djfayze · 2 pointsr/audiophile
u/Smitty2k1 · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I got this. It has several tiers but you don't need to use them all. Very heavy and comes in black or clear.

u/asdGuaripolo · 2 pointsr/chile

hace un par de años importe 2 de estas y funcionan la raja para ordenar los cables y alargadores

Hay varias mesas y libreros que se ven bien buenos, por ahora habría que ver cuanto cobran por los ikea acá para saber si combienen o no

u/HerroDair · 2 pointsr/battlestations
u/jarachnas · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Nice set up I like that desk my current one is not very deep at all so I have to mod it to make it more useful I'm looking to get a new one and I think I might get one of these. I had the same problem with cable management but I got the Ikea SIGNUM from [Amazon] ( and it cleaned up the floor.

u/secondachiever · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

It's from amazon. It actually came fully assembled too!

u/gdgeek · 1 pointr/hometheater

This is what I'm looking into next. I have seen it on here before and it will fit my Klipsch center channel in the top-middle cutout.

u/Combatical · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Under the desk one of these might help you a ton.

u/fl3x0 · 1 pointr/4kTV
u/Tomotronic · 1 pointr/DIY

I've been tasked with organizing the rats nest behind the [TV stand.] (|THD|DigitalDecor|google|D59+Furniture|_pkw__pmt__product_300802004&mid=ebZNWaojR|dm_mtid_8903yuu57254_pcrid__pkw__pmt__product_300802004_slid_&gclid=Cj0KCQjw4eXPBRCtARIsADvOjY2-3ltqsUUytnBTDXK-LOgWl8nodLAWkO_wj9FrNzqoxIh-RCWDGiMaAhy3EALw_wcB) I was planning on hanging an [IKEA Signum] ( vertically behind the entertainment center and running cables back and forth through there to make them disappear nicely.

My main concern is that the entertainment center is made out of MDF board. I'm afraid if I try to drill into it I'm going to mess up the entertainment center and find myself in all new trouble! Any recommendations?

u/PURPL3H3YS · 1 pointr/hometheater

This is what I just recently bought for my new house. It's not as nice as Salamander stuff, but it was a lot cheaper and it is really sturdy once together too, so I have no issues with it. I guess it just depends on your number of components.

I think you will have to spend well over $200 dollars to get any sort of rack system though.

u/affeman16 · 1 pointr/DIY

Thanks. Yes, there are two screws on each bracket for a total of four. I don't have the original stand. Any suggestions on replacements? something like this?

u/Mr-_-Positivity · 1 pointr/audiophile

Bush Furniture Midnight Mist Media Stand in Black

u/blueberryy · 1 pointr/InteriorDesign

Thanks for the suggestions, really appreciate the help. I think I'm going to end up either with the 1st one from above (link) or this one

u/umdivx · 1 pointr/hometheater

An adjustable TV stand maybe?

Would replace the regular TV legs, you mound the TV to that stand and allows you to raise the TV high enough to put the center channel under the TV.

u/twirstn · 1 pointr/DIY

I dunno if this is the right place to ask but I was wondering what the best in replicating something like the IKEA Signum but a little cheaper. Don't really feel like it should be $25 for something so simple but I could be wrong.

u/Hsnthethird · 1 pointr/battlestations

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA)

You won’t regret it

u/ratbuddy · 1 pointr/audiophile

The black ones are really affordable for how nice they are,

I have a shorter one in walnut. It was a bit more than the black ones, but still not expensive for what you get.

u/Bettski · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/bapcsalescanada

Price History

u/Co5000 · 1 pointr/hometheater

There are a few but this is the one we had.

Fitueyes Universal TV Stand/Base Swivel Tabletop TV Stand with Mount for 32 to 65 inch Flat Screen TV 80 Degree Swivel, 3 Level Height Adjustable,Tempered Glass Base,Holds up to 88lbs Screens

u/socokid · 1 pointr/audiophile

> Which media stand is that?

Here you go.

u/SicilSlovak · 1 pointr/audiophile

For me, I came here looking for recommendations for behind my component tower, which has to deal with all the cables for my home theater:

A/V Source --> Preamp --> TV


A/V Source --> Preamp --> 7-Channel Amp --> 5.1 Speakers


Turntable --> Phono-Pre --> Preamp --> 2-Channel Amp --> 2.0 Speakers

u/thebeesknee11 · 1 pointr/battlestations

it doesn't come with the desk but I'll link it, almost bought two but one was plenty.

u/microjupiter · 1 pointr/hometheater

55” and this is the actual stand it’s on. It’s just tucked behind the entertainment center.

u/Subjectified_Player · 1 pointr/battlestations

I have this and it does the job

u/mishkinf · 1 pointr/sonos


Did that Sanus stand work with your 65"? I have the same issue.

u/matthewfjr · 1 pointr/hometheater

Only solution I see is elevating your TV, either by wall mount or table mount. Could also find some very short speaker stands maybe, but that'd look silly.

Also, pictures would help with ideas.

u/Hallucinates_Bacon · 1 pointr/IKEA

Something like this:

VIVO Universal TV Table Top Stand for 32" to 50" LCD LED Flat Screens | Black VESA Mount with Sleek Tempered Glass Base & Cable Management (STAND-TV00J)

u/GunpowderMonkey · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Modway Render, 59" TV Stand, Walnut

I have this one as well, although I found it on sale at Home Depot. It’s a great looking TV stand at a good price, although not solid wood if that matters at all.

u/psychozxmbie · 1 pointr/cableporn

IKEA - SIGNUM Cable management, horizontal, silver color (FBA) if your to lazy just put this at the bottom of your desk and stuff everything under there

u/Mundus_Vult_Decipi · 1 pointr/audiophile

Thanks! Looks like the same concept as a DIY flexy rack. Here's a post from Amazon for others interested.

u/livefromwonderland · 1 pointr/hometheater
u/SmittyJonz · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile
u/Ironmike11B · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Aside from being a desk from the mid-to-late 1800's, that's a really small workspace. I would suggest getting a rack to screw in under the desktop.

u/drumkeys · 1 pointr/DesignMyRoom

There are plenty of standing tv mounts out there that have internal cord hiders:

u/milnak · 1 pointr/audiophile

From Amazon. Looks just like stands that cost 4x more.
Walker Edison 35" Glass Media Storage Tower, Black

u/lightinthedark · 1 pointr/AmateurRoomPorn

Could do something like this, have the foot of the stand under the chest. They make shorter table top stands (that swivel side to side) too, but that chest is already high, you'd want the TV closer to the surface so you can view comfortably.

u/GamerKingFaiz · 1 pointr/hometheater

CC: /u/Kiw1Fruit

I ended up getting the third option I mentioned in my original post.

I installed my 55" KS8000 on the second highest option (it has the ability to go one higher) as you can see in this pic and it fits perfectly! Remember my center speaker (Elac C5) is ~8".

On the highest setting I had about 11" of clearance and my TV is 56.8" high. This is just to give you a rough idea, because obviously your TV will be different depending on where the mounting hardware is installed on the back.

u/chlewopher · 1 pointr/baltimore

DVD wall mount. Opened it and realized it would work on my wall. I don't feel like going through returns. Come get it for 10 bucks.

u/TricKTricK21 · 1 pointr/Hammocks

FITUEYES Universal tv Stand with Mount Two Shelves for 32inch to 65inch Sony/Samsung/LG/Vizio TV Swivel Mount TT207001MB

Yep pretty awesome, I put my tv on the top part, PS4 goes on that second piece.

u/bosslickspittle · 1 pointr/battlestations

I have this cable basket from Ikea. It's barely big enough to hold a surge protector with things plugged into it, but it works! Mine is just screwed to the bottom of my desk towards the back!

u/jbstfu28 · 1 pointr/4kTV

I told my self fuck it and just bought a 65” Sony 900F and Fitueyes Universal TV Stand/Base Swivel Tabletop TV Stand with Mount for 32 to 65 inch Flat Screen Tvs/Xbox One/tv Component/Vizio Tv TT107002GB

since the TV would not fit on my 32 inches dresser.. while the feet on Sony is 46 I don’t mind it being a bit high since I’d be laying down 90% off the tome while watching..

I’m sorry about yours having dse/banding its preftt common on a TCL.. Panel lottery is not on your odds aswell as the hassle and anticipation waiting for your tv is rough..

u/sampson2269 · 1 pointr/audiophile

I was thinking of going with this rack instead,

In the pictures some guy has 3 xpa-2's even though I guess shelf weight is only rated at 50lbs. Any other recommendations for a rack?

u/Shintsu2 · 1 pointr/audiophile

Why not just buy a Salamander Designs stand? I have an Archetype 5.0 like this and it works great. I have my ATI amplifier on the bottom and it's much bigger than your XPA-2. Sticks out just a tad on the back, but the feet are all on the stand. I have that, my Threshold above it, Integra processor above that, and APC power conditioner above that - the top has random junk I put on it because why not.

I had enough room with that stand to leave plenty of room for cooling above each component, plus the open design is great for letting air get to them. My room is still an oven, but the stand isn't making them hotter than they should be. Finish is kinda crap on the black one, I bought it because it was cheap, matched my stuff, and I didn't care - but the nicer finishes probably hold up better. You could honestly just buy some wood and then order the rods and stuff from Salamander and make your own, I realized after I bought it - but more work involved.

It's a much better stand than my other stand (Actually it doesn't look just like this, but same general design.) It's made for shitty components that weigh nothing and aren't deep. My large Denon AVR will not fit in any shelf because it's too deep, so it sits on the very top - just like OP here. I'm just too cheap to buy two Salamander stands. It is annoying pushing buttons on stuff though, the whole stand wobbles. I use the remote mostly anyway and it's in the corner - so not like it will get knocked over.

u/willabizzle · 1 pointr/hometheater

Something like this I especially like having a separate adjustable shelf for a center.

u/oxidius · 1 pointr/hometheater

I changed my tv stand to this:

and put the speaker under the tv.

(make sure your cabinet can handle all that extra weight.)

u/dreed91 · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I think I might have the same TV stand branded differently and for about $100 cheaper on Amazon:

u/JinxChu · 1 pointr/malelivingspace


I would not recommend the tv stand though, although it's pretty nice looking it was the hardest thing I've ever had to assemble

u/redwinterx · 1 pointr/firstworldproblems

I actually just bought this same TV and had the same exact problem, it is slightly pricey however i am sure there are cheaper options but I bought this and it mounts in the middle and is compatible with this screen. hope this helps

u/MrPessimist · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I looked for hours for that thing, it's some reclaimed wood thing I got on Amazon. Here it is:

u/anapoe · 1 pointr/Televisions

I'll probably pick up the PQ65-F, looks like it's $1200 right now at Costco. I also grabbed a VESA base (link) since the Vizio's legs are wider than my cabinet.

One more question, though - the PQ65-F specs say it supports HDMI v2.0 but this article says HDMI v2.0 only supports 4k @ 60 Hz. So I guess you'd run most content @ 4k 60 Hz, then drop down to 1080p 120 Hz for games?

u/cadgers · 1 pointr/audiophile

I'm in the same situation. I mounted it with one of these.

u/Josuah · 1 pointr/vinyl

Feature list states the top shelf can hold 250# and the other shelves 75# each.

I'm unaware of any good way to rackmount a high-end turntable. How did you set yours up?

u/stagehog81 · 1 pointr/gaming

That is why I chose a free standing TV mount instead of a wall mount. I wanted something that could be easily moved without having to be remounted to another wall. Here is a link to the one that I bought.

I have been happy with it, and I left off the shelf since it was not needed.

u/musubi4 · 1 pointr/battlestations

The IKEA SIGNUM cable tray is a miracle worker. Easy install on the underside of the tabletop!

u/whitcwa · 1 pointr/TVRepair

Does it have holes for a VESA wall mount on the back? You can get table top stands for VESA mounts. Like this.