Media Storage Units
Media storage is a necessity for every home entertainment center. Keeping your CDs and DVDs close at hand helps movie night to go smoothly. Growing media collections can use multiple media storage units to create a space for everything.Read More
Storage is important no matter what size your home is, which is why we offer media storage units in multiple sizes and finishes. Spinning media towers are both small and easy to access—the perfect choice for that small space. Wall mounted media storage units are a stylish way to hold your DVDs without sacrificing precious square footage.
Media storage cabinets with doors are perfect for those who want to hide things away when not in use. Choose glass media cabinet doors allow you to show off your precious collection while keeping everything clean and dust free. Cymax carries media storage units from all the major furniture brand names including Leslie Dame media storage units.
Not quite what you are looking for? Check out our TV stands or our entertainment furniture for more media storage options.
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Southern Enterprises MS1072 Windowpane Cabinet
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I bought my first last summer and filled it with CD's. Decided to get another to fill with DVD's. Love the style, quality and ea
se of putting it together. The company shipped them both quickly, and packing is impeccable. Would purchase another in a heatbeat, when and if I need it. I tend to think I won't need another, as they both fill quite a few of both CD's and DVD's. If you have any doubts about whether you should purchase this or look a little more, take my word for it...your search is over!
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Prepac CMA-0640 QUAD WIDTH WALL STORAGE
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I already had bought a cabinet, and the sale price let me decide to buy another one ;-). The double size can hold several hundr
ed CDs, or many movies, I have way more movies than CDs, so I didn't fill the cabinet with movies.
For practical details. It is easy to assemble, but I recommend the following to make it easier and better to use:
The back panel folds in half, and the tape used to hold the halves together was less than half height. Use some duck tape of a dark color to reinforce the tape and make it full length.
They give some brads to hold the back on, but not enough, IMO. I used a staple gun instead, with 3/8" staples to fasten the back in place. For the first two attachment points, lay it down on its face and attach two diagonal outside corners, say the left top and right bottom, then the right top and left bottom, before fastening the rest of the back. This will make sure that the panels line up properly with the back sides of the frame and the middle dividing bar. Attaching to the middle bar is crucial for the strength of the unit.
And never try to move it or adjust it with the shelves more than 30% full... It will bend and twist too much, even if you don't!
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