Sonax B-207-CHT Holland 70″ Wide TV Stand

Sonax B-207-CHT Holland 70″ Wide TV Stand


  • Accommodates up to an 80″ TV
  • Rich Ravenwood Black finish
  • Extra wide 70.75″ design
  • Generous storage options for components of all sizes
  • Easy touch tempered safety glass doors
  • Adjustable interior shelves

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Attain the ultimate home theater display with this sleek new extra wide design from the Holland Collection. Featuring adjustable shelves encased with tinted tempered glass doors this contemporary new TV bench is the perfect platform for TVs up to 80″. Maximize your living space with the strong and light weight thick panel surface and ample variety of storage options ideal for even the largest of components. Generous open shelf space provides the perfect place for your audio equipment and receivers. Specially crafted to be easy to assemble, this Sonax furniture is proudly made in North America.


Item was packaged very well. Decent quality components. Assembly was fairly straightforward. I had a couple of issues with clarity of the instructions. You need to study the pictures pretty carefully to avoid a couple of mistakes that would be easy to address with some notes. In any case, the final product is really nice and works well, even though I had to saw out a section of the backing to allow my receiver AV cables and speaker cables to exit. I didn’t think my receiver was that deep compared to most. I suspect others might have the same issue.

Purchased the Sonax B-207-CHT Holland 70″ Wide TV Stand to place under my Sharp 70 inch flat screen.
very wide unit which was desired.
The compartments are great for all your components and photo albums.
Looks great and went together very well without damage or missing parts.
You can’t ask for better.
Would buy again without hesitation.

Sonax B-207-CHT Holland 70″ Wide TV Stand
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