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Sirius1200 ZIN552685/BKI  Full Details

MDA Sirius ZIN552685

Curved Style Cabinet with Beam thru Doors

This eye-catching cabinet comes with black glass doors which are remote-control friendly so you don't need to open them for your equipment to work. An oak trim adds the perfect finishing touch along with cable management and adjustable shelves.

TV Size:

  • Up to 60" TVs


  • Finished in high gloss piano black
  • Real Oak Front Profiles
  • Adjustable internal shelves

Maximum TV Weight:

  • Up to 60KG

Maximum Shelf Capacity:

  • Up to 20KG


  • ZIN552685/BKI

Assembled Dimensions:

  • W1200 x D510 x H440mm

Shelf Spacing:

  • 190mm

Please note: Screens larger than 50" will overhang the stand at the sides, this is perfectly safe & normal. All measurements supplied are for overall sizes. Please check your product or contact us if unsure.

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Warranty1 year
Max TV Weight40Kg
ManufacturerMDA Designs
Stand ColourOak/Black
Stand Width (mm)1200
Stand Depth (mm)510
Stand Height (mm)440
This product is also known as:
S&C Products ZIN552685 , 552685 , zin552685

MDA Designs Sirius 1200 ZIN552685 reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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(8 out of 10)


Airdrie GB Style conscious
Fits into my living room very well.
It does need 2 people to get the curved edges to fit.
Confirmed purchase: 06 April 2018
Published on: 18 May 2018
(8 out of 10)


Leeds GB Style conscious
Looks lovely and goes well with the rest of the furniture
The back panels keep popping out when the stand is moved, but easy to put back.
Confirmed purchase: 11 March 2018
Published on: 25 April 2018

Questions people have asked owners of the MDA Designs Sirius 1200 ZIN552685

  1. Alan asked on
    Can somebody please tell me the exact width on the top please. Also, how far does this width continue until it starts to curve towards the back please. I must have no less than1175mm for a minimum of 200mm. Many thanks. Alan
    1. Peter replied on
      The width at the front is 1200mm. It starts to curve immediately towards the back. At 200mm in from the front the width of the top has reduced to 1110mm
  2. Maraly asked on
    Does this stand fit neatly into a corner and also does it come assembled. If not, is it straight forward to put togehter
    1. Jill replied on
      Yes, it fits neatly and no, it comes in pieces, but is easy to put together, in my experience.
    2. Simon replied on
      mine is set back in a recess, but would go into a corner depending on your space, the dimensions of the unit it are 50cm depth, 120cm width. Pretty sure it was assembled but glass bits were packed and had to be fitted.
  3. Bryn asked on
    I have a LG 49" tv with legs rather than a central stand. The legs are 104cm apart and 24cm wide. Will this stand be suitable, bearing in mind the curved nature of it?
    1. Ron replied on
      Unfortunately not having just checked with a tape measure
    2. Ron replied on
      I have informed you that it's too large for the cabinet in question and judging by the size of the LG tv it, like me, is gettimg on a bit! I don't want to sound patronising but in view of the cost of these units (which are self assembly) wouldn't you be better getting a later model tv around 50" screen that will easily fit on the stand?
  4. Paul asked on
    Does the glass screen attenuate the rf WiFi signal if the BT Router is installed inside the cabinet?
    Has anyone housed a BT Router. Is the WiFi signal coverage degraded if operated behind the glass screen?
    1. david replied on
      It does not seem to have affected the Wi-Fi at all
  5. Liz asked on
    Do I have to cut holes for cables? No cut out at the back of the cabinet?

    1. Tony replied on
      I am in Australia at the moment ,But I don't remember cutting holes
  6. John asked on
    I have an LG 49 if tv which has two legs rather than a centre stand. The legs are 94 cams apart and 24 cams front to back. Will this tv fit onto your unit please?

    1. Jim replied on
      Based on your measurements of 94cm you will have 30cm clearance from the front edge to the back radius. In my opinion it will be fine.
  7. Christine asked on
    What type of feet are on the unit? Is it easy to move with the tv etc in situ?
    1. Raymond replied on
      The feet are small glide feet, they can sink into the carpet. It is still possible to move the cabinet you just have to be very careful
  8. Carole asked on
    Can I fit a sound bar inside the cabinet and can I play it with the doors closed and it will not interfere with the sound?
    1. DAVID replied on
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