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    dsj

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    From: colorado

      Posted: 2006-05-19 04:45

    I purchassed kv-32hs420---the monster.
    slowly but surely i'm switching out my old sony dream systems speakers with polks.
    I've purchassed polk csi5 center--another monster.
    my question is: this speaker is pretty heavy.
    I'm a little concerned about all the weight being put on the kv-32hs420's tv stand. i'm sure it can handle it, but i thought i would check to see if anyone had any comments about the issue.


       


    Toli
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    From: Winthrop Harbor, IL USA

      Posted: 2006-05-19 08:06

    dsj,

    What model is your TV stand, is it the original Sony stand for your model? I have a KV-32XBR48 upstairs with it's original stand. I used to have my Klipsch KSF-C5 (which is a good sized center) sitting right on top of the TV, no problems.

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    dsj

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    From: colorado

      Posted: 2006-05-19 09:22

    yes it's the stand that came with the tv. I'm sure it's fine, but i just wanted to check.


       
    Toli
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    From: Winthrop Harbor, IL USA

      Posted: 2006-05-19 09:53






    On 2006-05-19 09:22, dsj wrote:
    yes it's the stand that came with the tv.


    dsj,

    I assume you mean the SU-32HX1, if so, it looks well braced and sturdy. And the Polk CSi5 weighs 29lbs, I think that you should be fine.

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