This piece was made for a client while I was working at LVS Electronics, and wanted a media cabinet that looked like a piece of antique furniture. The KEF Ci-80QT in the top of the left and right towers are ceiling speakers that lay flat when not in use and will motorize down at about a 30 degree angle to face you when in use. The TV in the center is a 42” JVC LCD television with a Lift It motorized TV lift. The bottom of the right tower uses an Accuride Media Access Center assembly, allowing all the media components to slide out and turn from the cabinet and gives access to all the wiring. And yes, the top component in the media rack is a Nottingham Horizon turntable. This piece is made from superior grade Alder, and has a satin sheen varnish topcoat. The wood knot in the right side of the crown moulding has a hidden infrared pick up eye to control all the media components when hidden behind the doors. This media cabinet stands approximately 8’ tall and 11’ wide. All the equipment was also supplied by LVS Eelctronics here in Kelowna. Video was also supplied by LVS Electronics.
The rest of the pics are of a media cabinet that was built to match an antique dining room set. It is made from Black Walnut solid and vennered wood.
I apologize for the lack of photos in this section. This theatre was a retrofit. Bsically the ceter section was removed completely to allow for a larger 72″ JVC D-ILA television. new panels, support, and full extension drawers were made to match up to thie existing woodwork.