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Published on March 17th, 2017 | by The GC Team


Sanus launches TV base to team with Sonos PLAYBASE

Sanus, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, has launched a swiveling TV base designed to integrate a flat panel TV with the new Sonos PLAYBASE™, the latest addition to Sonos’ wireless home sound system (see product story on this website March 7 2017).

The Sanus TV Base fits TVs 32 to 60 inches and can support up to 27kg, providing a stable base that is safe for furniture with a shallow depth or width. It has up to 40 degrees of swivel left to right, and provides up to 8 inches (20.3cm) of TV height adjustment, creating space to fit a Sonos PLAYBASE or PLAYBAR below the TV. It comes in a modern matte finish compatible with current flat-panel TVs, and includes cable management. Like all Sanus products it is safety tested, UL Certified and includes a 10-year warranty.

Ben Osborne, senior director, international for SANUS, said: “In partnership with Sonos, we developed a product that would seamlessly integrate the Sonos PLAYBASE with the flat-panel TV, making the TV look like it’s hovering above the PLAYBASE.”

The Sanus swiveling TV Base is available now at www.sonos.com , and from early April in a number of AV retailers.

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