|Project by cvalley||posted 10-18-2015 11:54 PM||1224 views||3 times favorited||9 comments|
Built from solid Red Oak. Each End cabinet contains an Apogee Acoustics High End Ribbon Speaker. They are 60” tall by 12” wide by 4” deep. Ribbon Speakers are known for perfect mid-ranges and crisp pristine highs. Behind the TV there’s a KEF high end center channel speaker. Just to the right is a Velodyne 3000 watt 10” sub woofer. It was 2K when I bought it, a little searching and I found one for 1K, they are 3.5K now days. I spent just over 6 months building this but it’a a one of a kind system to house my high end components. The drawers and doors are all soft close hardware. One problem is it weighs around six hundred pounds and takes at least 2 men to move it even though it has sliders under each end cabinet and under the center component cabinet. So periodic adjustments of wiring are out of the question unless I have friends over. I designed the whole thing in sketchup before I began building it. There is an LED light in the top of each end cabinet and the center bridge has two LED lights. There’s a dimmer inside the left cabinet. behind the pilaster. To round out the package there’s two Definitive technology full range tower speakers serving the rear surround speaker channels. Every thing works great and there are no rattles or vibrations even when playing “Welcome to the Machine” by Pink Floyd.
The carvings were done on my Legacy 24” x 58” 5-Axis Arty CNC Machine.
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