I really like the looks of this entertainment center. It may appear a bit out dated, but hidden inside is a laptop computer running iTunes. I really like how the screen is integrated into the top. This is so much nicer than many of the “rack” systems out there.
With recognition to the problem of audio and video equipment mucking up ones spaces with lab-like entertainment centers of the 90’s, I came up with something for the person who’s not ready to simply opt for a Bose-iPod dock. I took the idea of the old 50’s stereo system integrated with a piece of furniture in the form of a console. Remember the credenza with the tweed covered speakers built in and the top that opened to reveal a record player? Thats were I’ve come from..
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