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About Sanus Systems NFAV230

The Sanus Systems Foundations Natural Series NFAV230 (Cherry) is a 30" tall four-shelf audio stand with a contemporary design that blends perfectly into any home decor. Its hardwood and graphite-finished steel construction offers a superior combination of stability and elegance.

Extra-thick tempered-glass shelves support up to 50 lb. Top shelf rear corners are angled for positioning in corners. Its features include non-slip protector pads to isolate shelves from frame, open architecture for unrestricted airflow and a concealed rear cable management channel.

Sanus Systems NFAV230 Features

  • Tempered-glass shelves with polished edges are strong and stylish
  • Wire management system helps keep cables concealed and organized
  • Open architecture allows unrestricted airflow to keep AV components cool
  • Hardwood frame is strong and solid for optimum acoustics
  • Top shelf rear corners are angled to allow tight placement in corners

Sanus Systems NFAV230 Specifications

Hardwood and steel
4 tempered-glass shelves
Load Capacity
Top Shelf: 110 lbs (50kg)
Middle Shelf: 50 lbs (22.73kg)
Bottom Shelf: 70 lbs (31.82kg)
Shelf Dimensions (W x D)
Top Shelf: 30.00" x 18.00" / 76.2 cm x 45.72 cm
Middle Shelf: 23 x 15" /58.42 x 38.1cm
Bottom Shelf: 23 x 15" / 58.42cm x 38.1cm
Dimensions (W x H x D)
30 x 29.87 x 18.00" / 76.2 cm x 75.87 cm x 45.72 cm

Sanus Systems NFAV230 Reviews

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Excellent product, quality is second to none! The only drawback is the height of the shelvings are on the small side. I have an Onkyo 806 and it wont fit. I had to put it on the top shelf and it looks great. Cable management system works great.

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