Furnitech 70" FT72CC Contemporary TV Stand Media Console

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Color: Light Cherry - Out of Stock

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Model: FT72CCLC UPC: 894744002174 Item: 2837

Product Information

70” contemporary TV stand, media console for flat screen and audio video installations in an ebony finish.

2 smoked tempered glass doors with wood frame, 2 adjustable shelves, and center channel speaker compartment with removable speaker cloth cover, media storage drawer, removable ventilated back panels, recessed plinth base and internal wire management, completely assembled.

Specifications

Specifications

  • Overall dimensions (W x H x D): 70" x 23" x 17.7"
  • Usable interior dimensions for center channel speaker compartment (H x W x D): 9.96" x 29.84" x 15.75"
  • Usable interior cabinet dimensions (H x W x D): 17.72" x 18.58" x 16.14"

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  • 70" FT72CC Contemporary TV Stand Media Console

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Is it solid wood? Not M D F.
A shopper on Dec 18, 2019
  Thanks for your inquiry. Furnitech, like so many fine furniture manufactures, uses solid hardwoods for edges, legs, ornamental doors, and other areas requiring supporting components. But for other areas such as the sides or entertainment centers where solid woods would likely crack and warp (which can often be the case when wood inherently expands and contracts because of fluctuations in humidity), a veneer is usually glued to the top and sides over a solid substrate such as plywood or medium density fiberboard. Thanks again for the question.
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