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What' s this for? the rear of the floor stand for Beovision 7-55

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danielshen
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Dear, Can anybody know what is this black steel in the rear of the beovision 7-55 floor stand? What' s the purpose for this? Please check the picture:

 


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If it’s similar to the stand i have, then there would be a sort of upright metal bit attached to it to which you could attach and route your cables nicely downwards while giving it enough slack so the cables on the floor don’t move when turning/rotating the tv. If that makes sense

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Sal replied on Wed, Jan 17 2018 5:57 AM

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If it’s similar to the stand i have, then there would be a sort of upright metal bit attached to it to which you could attach and route your cables nicely downwards while giving it enough slack so the cables on the floor don’t move when turning/rotating the tv. If that makes sense

It looks very similar to the metal bit on the back of the original Avant rotating stand which was in the base of the TV where the socket panel was located. It was meant, as I was told, and used it for, to zip tie cables to. I didn't know the 7-55 had a vertical "post" like the more modern television stands do.

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It should be positioned at the rear most position and is for cable tidying with tie wraps - no pole is attached here.

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I didn’t know that, but this is what the combined knowledge of this forum will give you Big Smile

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