When i placed my new sonos beam below my tv it obscured the screen and just didn’t look that neat. This was a good alternative and while i never intended to spend £200 on a stand i took the plunge and went for it. It is really solid and weighs a ton so you will need to make sure you have a substantial media unit for it to sit on. It is fully adjustable to any height so will suit all tv sizes which is really nice. Only minor grumble (apart from the price) is the flexible plastic cover to keep the leads in place around the back is a bit flimsy and it would be nicer to have a more solid solution (i’ve used cable ties instead). Overall though i’m very happy with it. Looks good, is well made and my leads are all nicely hidden.
Love how the tv is floating and the sonos beam is displayed perfectly. A really high end product that really provides great detail. Love how the cords are hidden too.
First of all, this stand is heavy, so when you get it delievered, be prepared for that if you have to carry it to your car or something. The weight makes it really stable though and is all in the heavy steel plate base, the rest is aluminium. Putting it together was simple, especially as my tv (sony 49′ xf90) had a 200mm vesa mount meaning i didn’t need all the adapter bits that came with it, i reckon this will be the same for most ‘normal size’ tvs. One thing to note though is that the cables route through the stand into the beam and then the beam is screwed down onto the base from underneath, the beam also (unlike the sonos play:1) has a dedicated button on the back to add it to your sonos system, not just using the play button like my other sonos devices (i should have read the instructions), this is fine, however if you set up the stand, all the cables, then attach the tv and move everything into place and expect to be able to attach the beam to your sonos system (like i did), you will be in for a shock, as you can’t press the button :-)thankfully, there is access to the button through the back of the stand where the cables go, so i was able to pull the tv unit out with everything in place and use a chopstick to press the button and get it paired. Overall, it’s a very neat solution, but at nearly 50% of the price of the soundbar it’s holding, i probably wouldn’t have bothered if the xf90 didn’t have such an awful stand which i needed to replace and would have been tempted by the playbase instead.
Flexible mounting system for sonos beam, bit expensive for what it is.
Easy to install, easily adjustable.
Arrived a day early and fitted the mounting dream md2337-02 perfectly with some fettling.
Works well and is a high quality product.
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- Vertical/Horizontal Adjustment
- 180 Degree Swivel
- Securely Holds TVs
- Slim Depth of 60mm
Reviews from purchasers :
- Very stable, looks great, very neat, but pair your beam before installing it in the stand!
- For anyone looking to showcase their TV and Sonos Beam.
- Solid Premium Product