I used this stand to hold a 47" Vizio and it works very nicely in a corner location. Relatively easy to assemble and I even modified it to mount my sound bar to it. We considered a wall mount but then we would have been tied to leaving the furniture set up that way. Now we can rearrange and move the TV anywhere.
I bought this product to use in the corner of a living room with very precariously placed windows. It is very space-efficient, and is a great alternative if you don't want to mount to a wall. The product advertises good cable management, however I didn't think this was the case and had to tape all of my cables behind the stand so as not to show. In general, it wasn't terribly hard to put together. I definitely recommend using an electric screwdriver to save time. It probably took a little over an hour and a half to put together. I did it by myself; it's entirely possible, although may be easier with two people. There were some fussy pieces that required patience and a little brute force, but overall not bad for assembly. The product is pretty sturdy, a little wobbly, but I don't think it's going anywhere. The directions inside say it can hold up to a 70 lb TV. I personally wouldn't trust it with 70 lbs, but most TVs don't weigh that much anymore (unless it's plasma). I mounted a 42" Vizio TV (~25 lbs) with little difficulty, although I had to stuff some electrical tape under one of the brackets, because the TV was slightly crooked. The stand comes with some screws to mount the TV, if your TV didn't come with any. However all of the screws were oversized. Most new TVs will use an M4 sized screw, and the smallest one in the kit is an M6. You might need to go to the hardware store for screws and washers (the washers in the kit will likely be too large for an M4, if this is the case)
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