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H. Wilson Company Adds Flat Panel TV Cabinet

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H. Wilson Company would like to announce the arrival of the WPV65E Flat Panel TV cabinet with integrated universal mount. Available in either an oak and black cherry finish to coordinate with most interiors, H. Wilson LCD/Plasma TV mounts are designed to be used in the most public of environments where the highest degree of safety and reliability is required. Wide television cabinets provide more storage for components and accessories. This entertainment center is built to manage most 50-inch LCD and Plasma flat panel TVs. The size of this wooden TV stand offers ample enclosed cabinet space, a center shelf compartment and a small drawer where you can organize your audio video components and media. Comes complete with a universal mount and a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty.

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