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Ultimate Mounts UM401 Universal Table Top TV Stand with Swivel for 37"- 65" TVs
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Up to 65 inch TVs

UM401  Full Details

Ultimate Mounts UM401 Universal Table Top TV Stand

Ideal for replacing your original TV pedestal base 

  • For TVs between 37" and 65" and a maximum weight of 50Kg
  • +/- 30 degree swivel for obtaining the best viewing angle
  • Base Width - 700mm
  • Height to centre of bracket- 572mm
  • Mounting Arm Length - 480mm
  • Mounting Plate Width - 800mm
  • Total Depth - 300mm
  • MAX weight loading - 50Kg
  • Cable management
  • Vertical height adjustment
  • Simple assembly with all mounting fixings and instructions included
  • Maximum fixing points - Horizontal 800mm x Vertical 450mm
  • 12mm tempered black glass base
  • Overall Dimensions: W 800 x D 300 x H 572mm (centre of bracket)
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Warranty1 Year
Max TV Weight50kg
ManufacturerUltimate Mounts
Stand ColourBlack
Stand Width (mm)800
Stand Depth (mm)300
Stand Height (mm)572 (Centre of bracket)
This product is also known as:
pedestal tv stand , replacement base for TV , tv base , table top tv stand , replacement pedestal for TV , pedestal stand for tv , tv pedestal stand , tv pedestal

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windsor GB Style conscious
excellent quality ,very strong and stable and well made
nothing really just design but because of the construction and quality willing to overlook it
Confirmed purchase: 08 January 2018
Published on: 19 February 2018

Here's a list of the questions other shoppers have asked owners of the Ultimate Mounts UM401

  1. Jason asked on
    I am looking to use the stand with a Samsung 49" TV. Can you advise if it is height adjustable? and what the minimum and max gap would be between the bottom of the TV and the base of the stand ?
    1. Jan replied on
      Yes, it is height adjustable. I have a 65" Curved TV mounted on one and a 55" TV mounted on a second stand. It is very secure and well built. I cannot give you exact dimensions but my 65" TV base is mounted 8" from the cupboard it stands on and can go about another 3" to 4" lower. Height wise the adjustment is around 12" approx. Once mounted on the rear of the TV it is an easy job to adjust the height. It also swivels. I really love it. Hope this helps.
    2. Lomax replied on
      i use this tv stand for a samsung 65 inch tv ,i can swivel the set a long way.at present i have a gap of 280mmfrom bottom of tv and base of stand,but this can be increased or decreased depending where i hang it,[ hope this helps you ,
    3. HARRY replied on
      Have purchased 2of these stands for a 65" and a 55" television and did find them a sturdy and versatile stand with good adjustment range
  2. Lisa asked on
    Is there anyway a shelf could be added for a sky box or DVD player?
    1. AKJ replied on
      As mine is mounted on a unit and the TV is quite large (50" Plasma, quite heavy) there is no space for any shelf. This a a bracket designed to be fitted on a flat surface i.e floor or unit. I researched these brackets for a while and eventually decided in this one. It is a good solid bracket and well worth the money. Hope that helps
  3. Jamie asked on
    Hi does the stand fit Vesa 300 X 200 I have an LG oled65b7and the mounting holes are very low down the lower hole is about 10cm from the bottom of the TV would the brackets fit my TV without being seen below the screen on the image should it looks like the single holes start quite a way up the bracket as the lower half just has slots hope this is clear I am hoping to lift my TV up so the bottom part of the screen is 30cm about the top of the new stand hopefully I have been clear enough any help would be great thanks in advance
    1. Kevin replied on
      Hy you will have no problems with this stand the fixing at the back are numerous and allow for all of the screens I have seen,it is one hell of a sturdy unit and looks very classy also there is a fair of side to side movement allowing the screen to be seen at all angles.
      Good luck and enjoy your new Stand as I do.kevin
    2. Steve replied on
      Hi Jamie, it has been a while since I set up mine and I am also very happy with it, by the way.
      However, I am not as positive as Kevin about whether it will fit your TV without some of the frame being visible. As long as you buy online or over the phone, you will have the ability to take it or send it back for a refund if there are problems.
      The permutations for a good fit are quite extensive and it may be that you could use the top holes for the totally secure 'height' fit and the bottom slots (which you are right about) as the secondary means of securing the TV. It is always more reassuring when the bolts go through a dedicated hole in the frame, but the slots should work OK too. Just check that 4 of the bolts supplied are the right size and length for your TV, not all manufacturers are forthcoming about the maximum screw length you can put into the back of the TV without damaging components.
      If you can make it work for you, I am sure you won't be disappointed with the result. Good luck.

  4. Roger asked on
    Would this stand be suitable for my Panasonic TX-L55ET60B ?
    1. simon replied on
      I used this stand for my Panasonic Vieira it's well made and adjustable,I can not say whether it is suitable for your TV

  5. Mair asked on
    I was wondering if this stand would fit and hold a Panasonic viera 46" TV. The measurements between the holes in the back are about 660mm. I's it easily adjustable? And is it a 2 person job?!
    1. Eric replied on
      Hi my television is a LG 52" and the stand is fine with no problems

  6. Mark asked on
    Will it hold Panasonic dx58902b and is there enough room to attach sound bar on brackets underneath tv as if wall mounted. (Suits soundbar better as designed to be flat against wall). Thanks.
    1. David replied on
      Hi Max. Not sure about the Panasonic model you have referred to but I have a 50 inch Panasonic mounted on it with no problem. I have placed the mount on a corner stand as I prefer not to look downward at the TV. You will see from the picture I have attached that I also have a soundbar beneath the TV. My TV is on the lowest height option on the bracket because of the use of the stand. Hope this helps but if you need more, I am happy to help.

  7. Kenneth asked on
    Does anyone know the actual weight of the stand? I'm mounting a 65" tv on it and I'd like to be sure that the weight of the tv and stand together do not exceed the weight-bearing capacity of the black glass top they're going to sit on.
    1. Bryan replied on
      It's heavy and sturdy, I have a 65 inch on it.
  8. Greg asked on
    Will the holes in the stand take m6 size bolts?
    1. angela replied on
      sorry I don't know-it does come with it's own bolts if that helps
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