SANUS PFV60 Discontinued

Three-shelf Widescreen Lowboy Fits AV components and 47" – 63" TVs

The SANUS Platinum Series PFV60 widescreen lowboy features a sleek, modern design to accommodate extra-large flat-panel TVs and AV components with style. Available in a durable black powder-coated finish, the 60"-wide PFV60 offers three strong tempered-glass shelves and extra-large cable management channels to conceal and route even the most complex cable arrangements. Resonance-damping MDF construction and smoked glass side panels offer an enclosed feel, while open architecture allows unrestricted airflow, keeping components cool for optimal performance.

This product has been discontinued.

Let's count the reasons you'll love this furniture

  • Conceal unsightly cables
  • Custom-engineered construction using strategically-placed MDF virtually eliminates resonance
  • Easily install heavy components
  • Hardware included
  • Open design keeps your equipment cool and easily accessible

Installation Tools

  • Phillips Head Screwdriver

Product Specifications

Product Brand: SANUS
Model Code: PFV60
UPC Code: 793795320377 - Black - Discontinued
Product Width: 60.00" / 152.40cm
Product Height: 18.90" / 48.01cm
Product Depth: 20.67" / 52.50cm
Package Width: 63.03" / 160.10cm
Package Height: 3.86" / 9.80cm
Package Depth: 23.82" / 60.50cm
Package Weight: 138.89lbs / 63.00kg
Product Top Shelf Width: 60.00" / 152.40cm
Product Top Shelf Depth: 20.70" / 52.58cm
Product Top Shelf Weight Capacity: 150.00lbs / 68.04kg
Product Middle Shelf Width: 46.90" / 119.13cm
Product Middle Shelf Depth: 17.70" / 44.96cm
Product Middle Shelf Weight Capacity: 60.00lbs / 27.22kg
Product Bottom Shelf Width: 46.90" / 119.13cm
Product Bottom Shelf Depth: 17.70" / 44.96cm
Product Bottom Shelf Weight Capacity: 100.00lbs / 45.36kg

Supported VESA Patterns

Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent TV Stand I needed a low profile stand to hide wires as well as provide ventilation for my components, and there is no better stand than this. Its open shelving lets you place larger or smaller components as needed- those stands with predetermined shelving limit your placement- both horizontally and vertically. I feel the wood quality is great, especially for the price, and the glass sides and top are what you see- not wood. This is sturdy and well made, easily holding all the weight of my heavy center channel on top, and my heavy AVR in the middle shelf. I modified my stand some. I cut out the cable holes in the back to let more air flow and easier cable management. I used one inch standoffs from a glass-and-steel old TV stand to elevate the top glass shelf, so that heat from my components on the middle shelf easily escapes. To help support the heavy middle glass shelf, I cut a yard stick from Lowes to the exact length, paint it flat black, and stand it up under the middle shelf. You can't see it and there is absolutely no sagging of the middle shelf with my heavy components. This is a great TV stand, nice and low so as not to block my projector screen, and it hides all the wires easily, holds all of my odd shaped equipment. I recommend this highly. January 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great stand, slight quality issues I shopped for a "plain," nice-looking TV stand for long time. So many stands look too fancy for their own good (read: ugly). This one looks just right and has plenty of space and an ADJUSTABLE middle shelf (rare), so your larger components and center speaker can fit. I ordered mine from The Simple TV Store. The box arrived really bashed up, but the contents were well packed inside and were fine. One corner of the largest piece was dinged, but a little bit of black permanent marker hid the damage. The box also arrived without a manual but I downloaded it from Sanus's web site. Assembly was terrific. Everything fit without a problem. I did it myself in under an hour with just a screwdriver. The only real, but minor, quality issues are: 1. When inserting the last two wooden pegs in the top of the stand (to hold the glass top in place), the wood around BOTH peg holes split slightly. The damage is hidden by the glass. This is clearly Sanus's design mistake. 2. The two smallest screw holes (for holding the metal bar in place) were stripped. The screws hold anyway (sort of), and there's a heavy glass top on them, so it's not really a problem. 3. The adjustable glass shelf is a tight fit getting it in. While doing this, the shelf just barely touched the wooden frame and scraped off a square centimeter of black paint, leaving bare wood showing. Again, permanent magic marker hid the damage. Tip: When installing the feet (step 1), stick some felt pads on the bottoms. That way, the stand slides nicely over your wooden floor without damaging it. Overall I'm satisfied with the quality for the price. December 2, 2010
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