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lyriga added this to Lyriga Dreams - Gamer Room
April 11, 2014
I think its way expensive - but I like that hidden a bit factor. I would like same idea where it comes to speakers - and who does not like that bass that could actually double for massages... It is not open to get dust directly on and it is not making one standard cabinet width of black on your book shelves turning the system into just a messy pile of electronics - still maybe being a nice set-up. My man likes music, I do too, but its not so important to me. I just want a system that will make neighbors annoyed in return of them not realizing that its boring when they make that constant noise of life. (LOL - now you think I am not very polite - but then when you listen to a lot of men next door singing drunk and shouting for some foot ball (soccer) team -you start to miss some very good electro-metal or anything that will make even demons hide behind their mother's skirts. We all know that it will do nothing to poke holes into the ceiling with broom stick or to file complaints. So I prefer music to ear plugs.) >:P Generally speaking stereo is a must. Sure one can find most music online - but it takes some bit information traffic space to play and run some music stream at the same time like that. And lets face it - I might be computer girl, even if I do not know all what mine ate to work the way it supposed to - I still do not much care for i-pods. I don't know why. I feel bit same about the tablets and even phones with a touch pad. Maybe cause they cost around the same as a TV does or one of those every day laptops for people who barely know to pay their bills online and it wont fit in my head to pay so much for a dammed phone.
minniths added this to Products & Accessories
January 5, 2014
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Nigel Goulding added this to stereo cabinets
November 3, 2013
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Mirage Stereo Console

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Pump up the volume! This sleekly designed console is the perfect place to conceal your home theater components. Even when the door is closed, it keeps them IR-remote accessible.

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Satin black base and sides with grey IR friendly glass doors. 
Storage Units And Cabinets  
Ready to ship to the Continental U.S. in 2 - 3 days.

Product Description

The MIRAGE collections gloss black finish beautifully complements todays home theater components. Grey tinted glass doors conceal components, yet keep them IR-remote accessible. Integrated features such as adjustable, ventilated shelves, cable management, and hidden wheels are engineered to provide the ultimate in function and style. Mirage 8222 is an attractive addition when used with the Mirage cabinet or on its own. A reversible IR-friendly grey tinted glass door conceals five adjustable shelf compartments, allowing the cabinet to be customized to fit components of almost any size. There is a dedicated vent in the back panel where the user can install an internal fan (up to 3.15 square) for additional heat exhaustion.

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