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Add design and function to your space with this spacious entertainment center with a low-profile design. The rich espresso finish works well in any decor, while the numerous openings provide flexibility and storage for your electronic components.
ITEM#: 11714182Add a touch of the Orient to your TV room with a Sullivan entertainment center. This entertainment center features metal hardware accents and 3 adjustable shelves.
- Living room furniture is ideal for displaying flat panel TVs
- Entertainment center has a low design and decorative metal hardware accents
- Spacious stand can store all your media and home theater components in style
- Center storage area is outfitted with an adjustable shelf for large receivers, media players and game consoles
- Side cabinets have one adjustable shelf each perfect for DVDs, CDs and games
- Rich espresso finish
- One opening in the back for cord management
- Accommodates televisions up to 50 inches
- Maximum weight capacity is 175 pounds
- Unit measures 48 inches wide x 16 inches deep x 22 inches tall
- Center cabinet measures 21.25 inches wide x 14 inches deep x 13 inches tall
- Side cabinets measure 11 inches wide x 14 inches deep x 13 inches tall
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||1|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Weight Capacity||Up To 200 Pounds|
|Dimensions||22 in. H x 48 in. W x 16 in. D|
|Materials||MDF w/ Oak Veneer, Rubberwood Legs,|
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Love the look. Hardware does not line up. Obvious.Read More
Great hardware and color. Took a few hours to assemble, but got it done.Read More
I really like this, fits everything I need and I like the asian style for a little flair. Relatively easy to put together.Read More
Like I said about the color, this item has alot of RED in it. It is not espresso. Otherwise, the item is average.Read More
This product impressed me because the components were solid wood, and the quality and color of the wood was beautiful. However, a few of the skrews that were used to fassen parts together weren't the best, so we replaced them with our own skrews,which was fine. The other trouble was when fastening on the doors, you had to rely on your own accuracy and steady hands to try and allign the doors perfectly (there were no pegs or markings to indicate where to line up the hinges). Unfortunately it was significantly more difficult than it sounds, and our doors are about 1/4 inch misaligned.Read More
I was very disappointed in this entertainment center. The center space for electronic items is very, very small making it difficult to close the door. The assembly was a problem due to the poor directions and the poor quality screws included with unit. The screws also were not the sufficient number or size that were needed. This fact caused us to buy what was necessary.Read More
Here's the bad: 1. The hinges and magnets require wood screws, but there are no predrilled holes so its trial and error to get everything lined up properly. 2. It's not deep enough to hold the receiver with the cable connections. I need at least 16", but it gives only 14". I worked around this by not nailing in the lower half of the cardboard back panel so that it can just bow out 2". It works, but wished they had made it just a couple inches deeper. 3. The side doors rub against the frame and don't easily open or close. 4. I have my receiver, cable box and DVD Player, which all barely fit into the tight space. If you have any other devices, forget it, you'll never get them inside the cabinet and the storage areas aren't big enough to hold any devices. 5. No ventiliation, so you must keep the doors open when equipment is powered on. Of course you can't use remote controls anyhow if the doors are closed, so this isn't really an issue, but more an observation. Here's the good 1. It looks nice, seems sturdy and I am happy with the overall look. 2. Price seems reasonableRead More
If you're looking for a smaller scale TV stand either for a bedroom or an apartment, then this is a great addition. I would not recommend this for large sized rooms nor should you plan to put a TV bigger than 42 inches. Its a bit plain looking and nothing to rave about. There's limited storage space and only has 2 shelves in the middle so if you have a lot of electronics then this would not serve you well. Overall, its ok.Read More
Pretty easy to assemble. Only issue was that the hardware was not securely packaged and all the screwes and bolts were scattered in the box. I was missing a couple of bolts which most likely fell out of the box during shipment. Had to go to home depot to buy replacements. Fortunately the missing bolts were not decorative or visible so did not need to match 100%.Read More
1. the predrilled holes did not match up for the doors and had to be redone, 2.the pieces did not fit smoothly together, had to be "nudged", 3. the construction was thin veneer over particle board, 4. the open sections were so small that they were only useful if the shelves were left out.Read More
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I like the asian style. Very difficult to find that style.
hello, can the shelves come out completely if they are adjustable? i'm going to be using this for something other than an enetertainment center and will be putting toiletry products that might be taller than the adjustable shelf allows
Thank you for your inquiry. We have verified with our support team the shelves can be left out if that is what you choose.
weight of sullivan ent. unit # OS5689
The shipping weight of this item is 79 pounds.
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