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    shaun cooper Guest

    THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    ..Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun




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    Fraser Johnston Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE


    "shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
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    > .Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    > long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    > storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    > used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >


    I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that the
    only way I will get one is if I build it myself.

    Fraser



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    lhalha is offline Regular Forum Member I have been around for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraser Johnston
    I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that the
    only way I will get one is if I build it myself.

    Fraser
    I think you're right - same deal in Sydney too. I looked for months and gave up in the end... Get a joiner to make you one. Will probably cost less than the rubbish they are selling in harvey Norman anyway. There's one small, low unit they sell in there for $800... it's just appalling for the money.

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    Fraser Johnston Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE


    "newthread[username]" <lhalha.1eopgc@no-mx.forums.eyo.com.au> wrote in
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    >
    > Fraser Johnston Wrote:
    >>
    >> I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion
    >> that the
    >> only way I will get one is if I build it myself.
    >>
    >> Fraser

    >
    > I think you're right - same deal in Sydney too. I looked for months and
    > gave up in the end... Get a joiner to make you one. Will probably cost
    > less than the rubbish they are selling in harvey Norman anyway. There's
    > one small, low unit they sell in there for $800... it's just appalling
    > for the money.
    >

    Melamine and staples seems to be the norm. For less money I can build one
    out of Jarrah. And it is a cheap hobby too.

    Fraser



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    jrobbo Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 19:54:31 +0800, "Fraser Johnston"
    <fraser@jcis.com.au> wrote:

    >
    >"shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    >news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com. au...
    >> .Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    >> long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    >> storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    >> used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >>

    >
    >I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that the
    >only way I will get one is if I build it myself.


    Me too, I ended up building this for the same reason:

    http://www.jrobbo.com/HomeTheatre/Front4.jpg

    It's 600mm high, 2.5 metres long. I just built the carcus' out of 19mm
    MDF, used jarrah veneer on the doors, and solid jarrah for the top

    It houses the centre speaker, and the drawer below the speaker is used
    for spare cables etc.

    The doors either side of the speaker hold 7 pieces of equipment, all
    on sliding shelves with runners that extend well past the front of the
    cabinet, so I can get to the back of the equipment easily.

    The drawers on either side will hold just over 300 DVDs

    Regards

    John


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    mabster Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    jrobbo wrote:
    > On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 19:54:31 +0800, "Fraser Johnston"
    > <fraser@jcis.com.au> wrote:
    >
    >
    >>"shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    >>news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com .au...
    >>
    >>>.Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    >>>long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    >>>storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    >>>used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >>>

    >>
    >>I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that the
    >>only way I will get one is if I build it myself.

    >
    >
    > Me too, I ended up building this for the same reason:
    >
    > http://www.jrobbo.com/HomeTheatre/Front4.jpg
    >
    > It's 600mm high, 2.5 metres long. I just built the carcus' out of 19mm
    > MDF, used jarrah veneer on the doors, and solid jarrah for the top


    I had mine built through a local furniture dealer by Zante furniture:

    http://www.madprops.org/mabster/pics/ht/ht.jpg

    I didn't want storage - just shelves for equipment. Came out pretty good
    I reckon!

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    scalpel is offline Regular Forum Member I have been around for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaun cooper
    ..Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    In Sydney:

    Try Country Ways (Shop near Narabeen lakes) There is another one above manly, but the first one has more stock. We bought ours >7 years ago, so I have no idea whether they still stock them. Also have great other wooden furniture.

    We had a cabinet, glass leadlight doors either end, took TV, plus had 3 shelves each end (behind doors) and had cubboard/shelf below TV.

    You could have had it free 2 months ago, except that we had built it in to our house with our previous renovations, so it was not able to be taken with us when we moved.

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    scalpel is offline Regular Forum Member I have been around for a while

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    Also (in Sydney) if you tire of wood.

    Len Wallis sells great glass shelves that can hold up to 120kg (for some models). Great if you intend to buy an 86sm HD CRT.

    We have one similar to the GKR 217, and cant speak highly enough about it.

    Geko glass link at Len Wallis

    J

  9. #9
    Michael Callaghan Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    Check out IKEA first!

    They have a number of different cabinets (etc) that might suit your needs.

    I built a huge AV "wall" out of thier modular "kemp" series stuff - it's the
    best av setup I have had (other than the cutom job I built in in my last
    house).

    "shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.a u...
    > .Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    > long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    > storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    > used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >
    >
    >




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    Philby Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE


    "mabster" <mhamilton@qafmeats.nospam.com.au> wrote in message
    news:417d816d$0$41946$c30e37c6@ken-reader.news.telstra.net...
    > jrobbo wrote:
    >> On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 19:54:31 +0800, "Fraser Johnston"
    >> <fraser@jcis.com.au> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>"shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    >>>news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.co m.au...
    >>>
    >>>>.Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    >>>>long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    >>>>storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    >>>>used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>>I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that
    >>>the only way I will get one is if I build it myself.

    >>
    >>
    >> Me too, I ended up building this for the same reason:
    >>
    >> http://www.jrobbo.com/HomeTheatre/Front4.jpg
    >>
    >> It's 600mm high, 2.5 metres long. I just built the carcus' out of 19mm
    >> MDF, used jarrah veneer on the doors, and solid jarrah for the top

    >
    > I had mine built through a local furniture dealer by Zante furniture:
    >
    > http://www.madprops.org/mabster/pics/ht/ht.jpg
    >
    > I didn't want storage - just shelves for equipment. Came out pretty good I
    > reckon!


    mabster,

    good cabinet, do you have some dimensions of that one? (shelf width/height
    etc..)

    Philby



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    Mabster Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    Philby wrote:
    > "mabster" <mhamilton@qafmeats.nospam.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:417d816d$0$41946$c30e37c6@ken-reader.news.telstra.net...
    >
    >>I had mine built through a local furniture dealer by Zante furniture:
    >>
    >>http://www.madprops.org/mabster/pics/ht/ht.jpg
    >>
    >>I didn't want storage - just shelves for equipment. Came out pretty good I
    >>reckon!

    >
    >
    > mabster,
    >
    > good cabinet, do you have some dimensions of that one? (shelf width/height
    > etc..)


    Sure, mate! Email me (minus the 'nospam' obviously) and I'll send you a
    diagram!

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    I found Harvey Norman in Osbourne Park have cabinets exactly as you described. They have a choice of about 10 different models all around the $900-1000 price range.

    I'm actually considering buying one of them from there. They seem to be high quality and strong.

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    Keith Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    Ikea has quite a lot of possibilities. It was the only place I could find
    anything at all!

    "Philby" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:417e1c46$1@duster.adelaide.on.net...
    >
    > "mabster" <mhamilton@qafmeats.nospam.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:417d816d$0$41946$c30e37c6@ken-reader.news.telstra.net...
    >> jrobbo wrote:
    >>> On Mon, 25 Oct 2004 19:54:31 +0800, "Fraser Johnston"
    >>> <fraser@jcis.com.au> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>>"shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    >>>>news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.c om.au...
    >>>>
    >>>>>.Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3
    >>>>>m
    >>>>>long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    >>>>>storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may
    >>>>>be
    >>>>>used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >>>>>
    >>>>
    >>>>I am after the same sort of thing and I have come to the conclusion that
    >>>>the only way I will get one is if I build it myself.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Me too, I ended up building this for the same reason:
    >>>
    >>> http://www.jrobbo.com/HomeTheatre/Front4.jpg
    >>>
    >>> It's 600mm high, 2.5 metres long. I just built the carcus' out of 19mm
    >>> MDF, used jarrah veneer on the doors, and solid jarrah for the top

    >>
    >> I had mine built through a local furniture dealer by Zante furniture:
    >>
    >> http://www.madprops.org/mabster/pics/ht/ht.jpg
    >>
    >> I didn't want storage - just shelves for equipment. Came out pretty good
    >> I reckon!

    >
    > mabster,
    >
    > good cabinet, do you have some dimensions of that one? (shelf width/height
    > etc..)
    >
    > Philby
    >




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    BenOne© Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    Keith wrote:

    > Ikea has quite a lot of possibilities. It was the only place I could find
    > anything at all!


    Places like Adairs have better built stylish units. THey cost though.

    --
    Ben Thomas
    Opinions, conclusions, and other information in this message that do not
    relate to the official business of my firm shall be understood as neither
    given nor endorsed by it.


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    Nick Guest

    Re: THEATRE CABINETS/ FURNITURE

    Hi Shaun.

    If you are south of the river, try Spearwood Furnishings near the Stock Rd
    Markets. I was in there the other day and they had a few nice low & wide
    units. They can also arrange something to be made to your specs too.

    Cheers,
    Nick.

    "shaun cooper" <shaunv8@optusnet.com.au> wrote in message
    news:417ce34b$0$21990$afc38c87@news.optusnet.com.a u...
    > .Hi all, Im looking for a low cabinet(bout 5-600mm high) and about 2-3 m
    > long and able to store 8 components and have dwawers and cupboards for
    > storage. Any suggestions of places in perth or anything else that may be
    > used. Im after a timber cabinet. Cheers shaun
    >
    >
    >




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