Norstone Khalms 1000mm Stand in lacquered Black
Remarkably sleek, the Khalm can be adjusted according to your needs! Sleek and refined, this stunning AV support features an equipment storage compartment with a soft open/close door that allows infrared remote control signals to pass through.With its adjustable feet, the Khalm can be used floor standing at the desired height or with the included mounting brackets can be attached to the wall for a thoroughly modern appearance. The back panel includes cable management to comprehensively conceal all unsightly wires and connections.
The Khalm is available in your choice of 3 high gloss colours (White, Grey & Black) and the modular design allows multiple cabinets to be combined to create a complete AV home furniture solution. Ideal for flat panel screens up to 50", and able to support a maximum weight of 50kg when floor standing or 35kg when wall mounted. Product is delivered flat packed and is quick and easy to assemble with included instructions.
*Some assembly required
Delivered disassembled with screws kit, mounting instructions, mounting tools.
Dimensions (W x H x D):
39.4 x 19 x 20.6" / 1000 x 482 x 522 mm
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