The PS200 from Peerless Industries is a low-profile A/V component shelf that allows you to mount up to 100 pounds of hardware. The shelf has a double-stud installation, allowing you to perfectly center your equipment underneath a flat screen TV. The shelf has an adjustable width to accommodate a variety of devices and decorative snap-on covers conceal all of the mounting hardware for a clean look. The shelf has an integrated leveling feature to ensure that equipment is always level. The shelf has embossed arms with screw holes for securing components.
Reviewed by 3 customers
The product design is simple,practical and very stylish. I use it to exhibit my stereo system, makes it look marvelous. The beautiful thing is that your system is now the center of attention and not another piece of furniture to look at. This product is for adults and supervise your children.
Would be 6 stars without the plastic finish pieces which you really don't even need. The back could be set up better for cord management but I don't need that really either. This thing is sturdy. Holes allow for 16" studs that aren't correct so up to like 17 1/2" worked for me, excellent thought behind that. Slides back and forth to allow for working in the back (10 stars there) and the holes on the bottom rails allowed me to put screws into the legs of my reciever for even more stability as my reciever had deep holes for the leg screws. Low profile and it looks professional. Sweet piece, I will be buying more of these.....
For my Receiver which weighs 40# You can't beat this at any price period. Adjustable and professional looking. Keeps air flow around the receiver and cool. Can put more components on top but why at this price. Up to 100# capacity is superior to anything on the market for wall mounts. Included safety strap, wow. Slides out so you can get to your components back easily, major plus. I found screws and bolts for bottom for even more stability as my reciever has long holes for leg screws and it just made this a +10. I will be picking up more of these. When the plastic finish pieces break, and they will, it looks fine and finished without them. They should put that $ into cord management. If I had a cheaper smaller receiver I still would buy this. It's built to last your lifetime.