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Tall Corner Tv Stand: Bad Angle For Dvd Storage

Reviewing: Mainstays Tall Corner Tv Stand  |  Rating:
alexsandralyn By alexsandralyn on
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I wanted a black corner TV stand for my Compaq computer and HP printer, partly for looks and partly for storing miscellaneous printer paper and CDs. I found the black Mainstays Tall Corner TV Stand at Walmart for $54, and the depth measurements fit what I needed to have to store my computer.

I like that the top of the Mainstays Tall Corner TV Stand is nearly the same height as my desk because I frequently spill over from one surface to the other depending on my project. I think the color and the design are very attractive. The shelves are removable and adjustable, making room for both my CDs and my DVDS as I need. The unit isn't very hard to put together, however, I mistakenly put one of the sides on upside-down and subsequently discovered that the unit is very hard to take apart. My biggest complaint with the Mainstays Tall Corner TV Stand is that when it is placed in a corner, there's no room for my head to be able to see which CDs or DVDs are on those side shelves. I actually have to pull the CDs out to find what I want rather than just read the titles and select the one CD that I want. Otherwise, I like the Mainstays Tall Corner TV Stand.