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Best 50" TV Stand

Updated on July 12, 2010

There are a number of 50 inch TV stands out there, but not all of them are great. After doing a ton of research, I'd like to tell you about the best 50" TV stand in today's market. In fact, I'll show you the top three 50 inch TV stands based on my experiences.

The Techcraft Sorrento Series BES48B is one of the best 50" TV stands out there
The Techcraft Sorrento Series BES48B is one of the best 50" TV stands out there

50 Inch TV Stand Reviews

The Techcraft Sorrento Series BES48B is a trendy, sophisticated TV stand that will fit your 50" TV easily. Here are the specs:

TV weight capacity: 260lbs; shelf weight capacity: 80lbs

Dimensions: 21.5" (height) x 50" (width) x 20.5" (depth)

At 88.4 pounds, this TV stand is sturdy enough to handle 50" TVs, whether they be LCD, Plasma, etc. It's easy to assemble and the wires are easy to access and manage (a big complaint for most 50" TV stands).

Click to enlarge this 50 inch stand
Click to enlarge this 50 inch stand

The next best 50" TV Stand is made by a company called Altra Furniture. Their philosophy is to create great home theater systems that are in style and I believe they did just that with their 50" TV stand model.

Here are the specs:

TV capacity: accommodates up to a 50" flat panel TV

Dimensions: 25" (height) x 47.8" (width) x 19.5" (depth)

At 92 pounds, this TV stand is even sturdier than the Techcraft Sorrento Series. It also has two drawers that serve as extra storage for DVDs, CDs and gaming accessories. It comes in a black ash finish.

Click to enlarge the Techcraft tv stand
Click to enlarge the Techcraft tv stand

Another great 50 inch tv stand is the Techcraft MD57 stand. It's painted in sleek black and it is quite affordable.

This particular stand features:

  • Tempered glass
  • Shelves that hold up to 60 pounds
  • Top shelf that supports up to a 50 inch tv weighing up to 220 lbs.

This stand has gotten phenomenal reviews on Amazon and was on sale recently for under $240. You'll want to get it fast before the prices go back up!


Buying a TV stand for your 50" TV is important. TV stands are not something you want to go cheap on because you'll regret it in the long run. Believe me when I tell you it's important to get a solid TV stand, especially for TVs as large as fifty inches.

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      tuteramanda 5 years ago from beijing china

      awesome,i have a 32 inch flat screen TV,cost me 1299RMB

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      jessadaju 8 years ago

      So you don't want to screw all your home theater equipment to the wall? That's completely understandable.

      http://www.50tvstands.co.cc

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      plasma tv furniture 8 years ago

      Good work thank you for giving out this information, it has been very useful for me and i'm sure others have found it useful too

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