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4 Shelf HiFi Stand - ARGOS Was £68.49 Now £23.49

£23.49 @ Argos
Made of glass and steel. Height 72cm. Size of top plates 47 x 58cm. .
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#1
looks pretty good for the money...
#2
thanks. reserved one.
#3
no probs
#4
Got mine yesterday, luckily there was one in 9 local stores!

The quality of this is exceptional, it looks superb and comparible with stand of about £100, for £23.49 its a bargain!
#5
Just ordered one....need a deal for a good hifi now....anybody?!
#6
No stock in the 10 stores nearest to where I live (Redditch)
#7
Non in kiddy, telford, wolvs, merry hill..
#8
Angry Bear
Just ordered one....need a deal for a good hifi now....anybody?!


Ive just bought a onkyo 607 and kef 2005.3 from [url]www.exceptional-av.co.uk[/url], they are out of stock of the regular subwoofer so they are giving the sub from the 3005 package which is about £300 dearer. Also got a sub woofer cable free of charge as well, so all in all, i got about a £1450 package for just under £1100.
#9
Bought one yesterday after seeing your post. Haven't assembled it yet, but all the components are good quality. Clear instructions provided and easy to put together. Thanks for a great bargain!
#10
Got one last week weighs a ton
#11
Thanks for this. Just managed to find one locally and reserved it. Fingers crossed it it all OK.

Cheers again,

iecuk
#12
Thanks for posting Thomas - I'll be using this as a vase stand if I can get hold of one!
#13
emmacowley
Thanks for posting Thomas - I'll be using this as a vase stand if I can get hold of one!


no probs :)
#14
2 left in Aberdeen (Berryden store). Would like one, but my monthly hot deals allowance from Mrs RJ has been well and truly spent.
#15
No stock in Sheffield, Chesterfield, Rotherham or Barnsley. Oh well.
#16
I use 2 of these pushed together, it sounds naff but it works and they look good.

You can also rearrange the silver spacing poles to create more room at the back - the rear silver poles come in & are placed narrower than the front 2 and didn't allow me as much room as I needed.
My Onkyo 875 would not have fitted otherwise.
I used some silicone to 'glue' the silver spacing pieces to the glass in the position I needed them to be & it has worked great
(and looks like it was made that way, always a good sign of a tidy job).
If anything the now vacant holes in the glass (if you get it you'll see what I mean) probably add to the cooling air flow - and the Onkyo 875 is a very warm beasty when you're using it.
I've had no problems in over 1 year use like this.

This price is better than I managed too (IIRC I got mine for about £29.99).

Have some heat.
#17
Gixxerman001
I use 2 of these pushed together, it sounds naff but it works and they look good.

You can also rearrange the silver spacing poles to create more room at the back - the rear silver poles come in & are placed narrower than the front 2 and didn't allow me as much room as I needed.
My Onkyo 875 would not have fitted otherwise.
I used some silicone to 'glue' the silver spacing pieces to the glass in the position I needed them to be & it has worked great
(and looks like it was made that way, always a good sign of a tidy job).
If anything the now vacant holes in the glass (if you get it you'll see what I mean) probably add to the cooling air flow - and the Onkyo 875 is a very warm beasty when you're using it.
I've had no problems in over 1 year use like this.

This price is better than I managed too (IIRC I got mine for about £29.99).

Have some heat.




i have no idea what your on about but well done .....

thanks
Tom.
#18
thomasc123
i have no idea what your on about but well done .....

thanks
Tom.


If you do not use the thin steel threaded rods to locate the rear outer silver spacing poles you can spread those silver spacing poles further apart
(and as I said I used silicone to 'glue' these in place.....which they need seeing as how they are not being held by the threaded rods).

This lets you place a deeper Hi-fi unit on the shelf (the Onkyo is 42cm deep whereas another unit in the std space is 38cm).

You need to see the unit to see what I mean I suppose.

It's all because the front silver spacing poles are further apart than the rear ones.

Any clearer?
#19
Gixxerman001
If you do not use the thin steel threaded rods to locate the rear outer silver spacing poles you can spread those silver spacing poles further apart
(and as I said I used silicone to 'glue' these in place.....which they need seeing as how they are not being held by the threaded rods).

This lets you place a deeper Hi-fi unit on the shelf (the Onkyo is 42cm deep whereas another unit in the std space is 38cm).

You need to see the unit to see what I mean I suppose.

It's all because the front silver spacing poles are further apart than the rear ones.

Any clearer?



yeah i c ! good work
#20
Gixxerman001
If you do not use the thin steel threaded rods to locate the rear outer silver spacing poles you can spread those silver spacing poles further apart
(and as I said I used silicone to 'glue' these in place.....which they need seeing as how they are not being held by the threaded rods).


So you're suggesting glueng the rear uprights in with silicone and then you've stuck an amp on it ? You're brave, one bad knock and the whole thing will come tumbling down !

Can't say I'd recommend doing this to anyone !
#21
ekko star
So you're suggesting glueng the rear uprights in with silicone and then you've stuck an amp on it ? You're brave, one bad knock and the whole thing will come tumbling down !

Can't say I'd recommend doing this to anyone !


What do you mean?
The front poles are still screwed fairly tightly as they would be normally.
The Onkyo weighs about 60lbs - and it's on the 1st & lowest place.
It's going nowhere.

(but I guess in the worst case scenario being child free helps, it's not going to happen)
#22
Gixxerman001

The Onkyo weighs about 60lbs - and it's on the 1st & lowest place.
It's going nowhere.


So you've glued the rear posts of the lowest shelf using silicone ? Even more bizarre ! I suppose if it works for you then fine ...to anyone else I would think they were bonkers to try this.

The rods not only hold the supports in place they stop them being knocked out when you have the weight on all the shelves. A knock to those posts would bring the whole rack crashing down and all your lovely equipment :roll:
#23
Nice spot
#24
ekko star
So you've glued the rear posts of the lowest shelf using silicone ? Even more bizarre ! I suppose if it works for you then fine ...to anyone else I would think they were bonkers to try this.

The rods not only hold the supports in place they stop them being knocked out when you have the weight on all the shelves. A knock to those posts would bring the whole rack crashing down and all your lovely equipment :roll:


Seriously my friend no.

The silicone merely keeps everything where it ought to be (it's a bit tricky bonding to glass with anything else) and there is zero movement.
(the weight of the kit on the various shelves ensures that, starting with the heaviest at the bottom).
It's actually very sturdy, in fact.

You'd have to really thump one of the rear posts to get it to come away - and who's going to do that, and why? :?
#25
Well you'd be surprised but it's the lower legs that tend to get kicked or knocked. Personally I would never try it as they designed the rods for that purpose !

As I say if it works for you then fine.
#26
MarreZ
Ive just bought a onkyo 607 and kef 2005.3 from [url]www.exceptional-av.co.uk[/url], they are out of stock of the regular subwoofer so they are giving the sub from the 3005 package which is about £300 dearer. Also got a sub woofer cable free of charge as well, so all in all, i got about a £1450 package for just under £1100.


Personally I'd have to buy a better stand than this one for that bad boy! 8-)
#27
I was lucky enough to grab one of these HiFi stands for this price a few weeks ago, I promise you the look and feel (as well as the sheer weight) of this unit looks like it cost £200+, my only mistake was not grabbing another when I had the chance. If you are after a hifi stand or will be soon and you can get one at this price, do so they are amazing. Also be prepared for the weight of it carrying it to the car, its soooooooo heavy.
#28
people lets not get carried away with the "looks like a 200 quid unit!"

I guess my 20 quid watch looks like a 200 quid watch - but be honest it doesnt.

Its a good deal and if i had one near me i would get it but its a 68 quid unit reduced to a good price - nothing more.
#29
phatbhoy
people lets not get carried away with the "looks like a 200 quid unit!"

I guess my 20 quid watch looks like a 200 quid watch - but be honest it doesnt.

Its a good deal and if i had one near me i would get it but its a 68 quid unit reduced to a good price - nothing more.


shut up mug !!
#30
Anyone know whether this is suitable for a 26" television?


Seems a good deal, and if it's as sturdy as some say ,it should be a bargain. They are making a killing on all these tv stands at the moment, everyone is up-grading their tv's ready for switchover and they nearly all require a new stand.
#31
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/5345643A66UC285126X.jpg
#32
thomasc123
shut up mug !!


charming - too bad there is no option for negative rep

I said it was a good deal - would have thought that would be enough - muppet!!

Pluto2
Anyone know whether this is suitable for a 26" television?


Seems a good deal, and if it's as sturdy as some say ,it should be a bargain. They are making a killing on all these tv stands at the moment, everyone is up-grading their tv's ready for switchover and they nearly all require a new stand.


I was in currys the other day and noted that they had a few tv glass and chrome units for about £50 - these would look better for a tv than this hifi unit
#33
phatbhoy
charming - too bad there is no option for negative rep

I said it was a good deal - would have thought that would be enough - muppet!!



I was in currys the other day and noted that they had a few tv glass and chrome units for about £50 - these would look better for a tv than this hifi unit


It's difficult to find a dedicated tv stand that is as tall as this one.

Ideally I want one that is 83cm, this is the closest I have found, except one which is 88cm but is about £180. It's not for the main room tv, need it to fit in a precise gap so dimension is all important.;-)

Have reserved one in the hope that it will be OK. :? Shall take a look in Curry's before I buy, thanks for that.
#34
Thanks got the last one reserved in my area !
#35
Picked the last one up from Edgeware today, damn its heavy to carry down the road (25kg) and to the car. After it all got set up I got pretty scared that my new amp wouldn't fit, but after a bit of thinking. I thought what if I fed it through sideways through the front.. and result! It fits :-D Cheers for this Thomas, have some heat.
#36
thomasc123
shut up mug !!


He's only stating the obvious. It's a cheap stand at a cheaper price - nothing more.

And whoever suggested leaving out the metal rods:shock:

They are fundamental to the structural integrity of the stand - leave them out at your peril.
#37
Pluto2
It's difficult to find a dedicated tv stand that is as tall as this one.

Ideally I want one that is 83cm, this is the closest I have found, except one which is 88cm but is about £180. It's not for the main room tv, need it to fit in a precise gap so dimension is all important.;-)

Have reserved one in the hope that it will be OK. :? Shall take a look in Curry's before I buy, thanks for that.


Ya thats what i am after too but my tv is 42" does anyone know of a tall tv stand
#38
cheapskate58
And whoever suggested leaving out the metal rods:shock:

They are fundamental to the structural integrity of the stand - leave them out at your peril.


Yep, you'd be absolutely stupid to leave them out. They're key to the integrity of the stand as they are lets face it, the only things holding it all together !
#39
Got one last night, assembled no problem, very sturdy/heavy. Top shelf to withstand 50kg.
Great find, many thanks.
#40
Well I got the stand and assembled it. The rods didn't fit/screw in that well, the drums between the shelves didn't fit snugly, although it was heavy it seemed to sway a bit, and it looked like I just shoved a couple of baked bean tins between the shelves. :shock:

I was not particularly impressed, so I have de-assembled it, carefully put it back in the box and it's going back to Argos. It took me a couple of hours, most time spent taking it down and making sure it was as good as when I got it out of the box. Next time I think I shall buy something that I can see in the shop, it's a lot of hard work for nothing, and now I have to break my back getting it back into the shop. :-( We live and learn. ;-)

It's a god buy for the reduced price, although I don't know if they would have sold many at the original price. If only the silver adjoining bits wern't so big and clumsy looking.

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