Shelf-2405

TV Top Shelf for Flat Screen TV's

Not all soundbars end up on a wall. Although many flat-screen televisions are great for mounting on the wall, many TVs end up on a cabinet unit. We offer a solution on where to place your soundbar in those situations!

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The TV TOP Speaker Shelf mounts easily on the top of most flat screen tvs with no additional hardware required. It includes a protective foam strip to protect your tv and anti-slip rubber mats to hold the speaker securely in place.





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Feature List

  • Protective foam strip to protect tv
  • Anti-slip rubber mats to protect and secure speakers
  • Adjustable brackets fit on most flat-screens
  • Works on a free standing flat-screen
  • Dual shelf design adjusts to fit any cable box, dvd player, gaming consoles, and all Atlantic Technology Soundbars, LCR bars and center channel speakers
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Specifications

Model SHELF-2405
Materials High grade aluminum

Dimensions  (W x  D) 

Support Legs:

12" x 5" (2ea) Contains 2 shelves 12" long

6"

Weight (ea) 1 LB ea

• This shelf kit is intended for flat-panel style televisions only.

• Do not place speaker on shelf without either rubber feet on your speaker or supplied non-slip protective mat. 

• Do not place speaker on the shelf in a way that the front of the speaker it not flush with the television screen.

• Do not place speaker on the shelf in a way that it is not centered on the shelf and television.

• This speaker shelf kit has been rated to hold 40 pounds.

• Check with your television manufacturer before putting any significant weight on your television.

• Atlantic Technology Inc. will not be responsible for any damage to your TV/ Monitor caused by the use of this product.

• Not complying with these warnings and instructional assembly/installation guidelines may result in damage to electronic equipment or bodily harm.