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Old 07-07-2020, 01:57 PM   #1
BOTRK BOTRK is offline
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Default Suggestions on the best A/V cabinet

I'm looking for assistance locating the best A/V cabinet I can find that will meet my specific needs.

I'm looking for one that has the capacity to hold 6 components and has a shelf for a center-channel speaker.

Ideally, I'd like one with doors, wheels and rear panels that make it easy (or, at least, somewhat easy) to run cables and speaker wire for components controlled by a Dolby Atmos receiver with 7.2.4 capability.

My TV (a 77" LG OLED) is already wall-mounted, so I'm not concerned with placing a TV on top of it.

I've searched a number of sites, but can't find one that both meets my needs and is of a really good quality.

I'm willing to spend somewhere between 2-3K on it, if necessary, as long as it fits my bill.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 07-07-2020, 03:23 PM   #2
oddbox83 oddbox83 is offline
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Ikea have some cheap, customisable cabinets in their BESTÅ range. Different size and shelf options, choice of doors, drawers, etc.

They don't have wheels but I'm sure even a basic DIY knowledge would let you swap out the legs and supports for some heavy duty casters.

I've got one, it's pretty good, only had to cut a section out of the back panel to leave enough room and rear access for connecting up all the speaker wires into the receiver. Have considered adding castors myself to make moving it to make connections easier, but haven't got round to it.
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Old 07-07-2020, 08:50 PM   #3
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Salamander Designs is good stuff.
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