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Home Depot has Walker Edison Furniture Company 70" Essential Entertainment Center (Barnwood, HD70CSPBW) on sale for $145.75. Ship to store pickup is free. Thanks rsvpd
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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has Walker Edison Furniture Company 70" Essential Barnwood Entertainment Center for $145.75 w/ free store pickup.
  • 70" W x 24" H x 16" D
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These are available under different brand names (but shipped by Walker Edison when the package comes) with various retailers. I had bought from Wal-mart for $139 when they were on sale, sold under name Manor Park at Wal-mart. MDF but they look really nice, obviously you cannot expect real hardwood at this price point.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Manor-...ected=true
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I've got this exact stand holding up my cheapo 65" TCL tv. Works fine and is holding Good. Took a couple hours to build and should last you years if you follow the instructions (don't use power tools)
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For everyone complaining about quality what do you expect in this price range? Where are the high quality media cabinets in the $150 - $250 range

For my needs (75" TV which eventually will be mounted for safety) and slots large enough to house a 9" x 25" center speaker and a 6" tall yamaha receiver - high quality cabinets near $1,000. So please show me where these quality cabinets are for a slick deal
Although just out of your price bracket you listed above, someone earlier posted a link to a solid wood one (that can hold 75" tv) for 285. I'd rather pay that than an MDF cabinet. I made this mistake with a desk and it's already peeling away in certain areas.

idk how to link that other comment, but there's the link from wayfair below. I'm not going to dig around but I'm sure deals can be had for under 300 if one looks enough at hayneedle or somewhere else too.

https://www.wayfair.com/furniture...a_g=&cltr=
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just here laughing at the dipsticks who think they're going to get solid wood anything for $146.
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Although just out of your price bracket you listed above, someone earlier posted a link to a solid wood one (that can hold 75" tv) for 285. I'd rather pay that than an MDF cabinet. I made this mistake with a desk and it's already peeling away in certain areas.

idk how to link that other comment, but there's the link from wayfair below. I'm not going to dig around but I'm sure deals can be had for under 300 if one looks enough at hayneedle or somewhere else too.

https://www.wayfair.com/furniture...a_g=&cltr= [wayfair.com]
that post literally says that product is made out of manufactured wood.
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For everyone complaining about quality what do you expect in this price range? Where are the high quality media cabinets in the $150 - $250 range

For my needs (75" TV which eventually will be mounted for safety) and slots large enough to house a 9" x 25" center speaker and a 6" tall yamaha receiver - high quality cabinets near $1,000. So please show me where these quality cabinets are for a slick deal
I can get a solid pine unit of comparable size at IKEA for under $250. Weight capacity over a hundred pounds.

I'm not saying that IKEA is the best choice, but come on, solid wood is not that expensive.
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Although just out of your price bracket you listed above, someone earlier posted a link to a solid wood one (that can hold 75" tv) for 285. I'd rather pay that than an MDF cabinet. I made this mistake with a desk and it's already peeling away in certain areas.

idk how to link that other comment, but there's the link from wayfair below. I'm not going to dig around but I'm sure deals can be had for under 300 if one looks enough at hayneedle or somewhere else too.

https://www.wayfair.com/furniture...a_g=&cltr= [wayfair.com]
BTW, hayneedle is a Walmart company and the same product you get with almost every furniture online stores under different brand name. Compare this
https://www.hayneedle.com/product...-stand.cfm
and this https://www.walmart.com/ip/Manor-.../979013941
and this https://www.wayfair.com/furniture....html?st=1

same product with different prices. MDF is fine with modern super light TVs. Hardwood is not worth it, unless you want to climb on it or three people sit on a TV stand.
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I can get a solid pine unit of comparable size at IKEA for under $250. Weight capacity over a hundred pounds.

I'm not saying that IKEA is the best choice, but come on, solid wood is not that expensive.
I'm fine with IKEA but for my needs (7" tall receiver & 9" x 25" center speaker) I could not find a good fit. All of the cabinets I saw had small slots/shelves, like 4 or 5" tall and less than 25" wide.

I would have bought this if it fit my audio stuff:
https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/hemn...-50381747/

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Although just out of your price bracket you listed above, someone earlier posted a link to a solid wood one (that can hold 75" tv) for 285. I'd rather pay that than an MDF cabinet. I made this mistake with a desk and it's already peeling away in certain areas.

idk how to link that other comment, but there's the link from wayfair below. I'm not going to dig around but I'm sure deals can be had for under 300 if one looks enough at hayneedle or somewhere else too.

https://www.wayfair.com/furniture...a_g=&cltr= [wayfair.com]
That's not a bad cabinet and I'm probably nit picking but the doors open kinda weird. I'm not sure which parts are solid wood and which are not but it doesn't sound high quality when you look at the materials:
https://imgur.com/pP6ObNM
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https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/531212
I meant dresser deals
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I got this from Walmart for around $120 during BF(now it's $160) and the material is somewhat good when compared to my old one(Mainstays, I believe). My 75 inch tv just comes over the edges of the stand but still stand/sits strong.

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Walker-...o/46905336
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I bought this on Wayfair and it's pretty sturdy. It does look cheap if you're up close but at this price, this is the best it can be. Easy to build in my opinion and is holding up well after 3 years. I bought the smaller one with 4 compartments instead of the 6. It's holding a 55in TV and other knick knacks. If I needed another TV stand,I would buy this in a heartbeat.

Like one poster commented, don't use power tools. Follow the instructions very carefully.
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I meant dresser deals
That is a dresser...
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Bought two weeks ago from Walmart. It looks great and is sturdy.
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Bought two weeks ago from Walmart. It looks great and is sturdy.
MDF is fine until you move it. That's when the durability goes out the window.
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