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Shelves also free up space so you can add more equipment as desired. You will be able to balance the equipment that you have and build upon your system. If you are disorganized, you are not able to do this. By incorporating organization with the right amount of shelves you will have more room than you ever imagined, so you will be able to add equipment that you have always wanted.
"Closed" or coded dates are packing numbers or dates, so that manufactures know when and where the product was produced. This is helpful in the event of a recall. The product may be stamped with a date preceded by the letters "MFG." This tells you the date it was packed. You may have bought the product a month ago, but this date could tell you that it has been sitting in a warehouse or on a store shelf for several months.
Cables are one of the worst enemies of a neat room. People who love AV equipment have done battle with cables time and time again. The more equipment you own, the more cables you have, and the more cables, the greater the mess. It can be a never ending battle. You want your room to look organized, but at the same time it hurts you to think about having to get rid of your beloved equipment. By incorporating cable wall covers into your organization methods, you are able to get rid of that disorganized look that cables cause. You will have a neater look that is much more uniformed. Instead of having cables that are scattered about, everything will look as if it is put up nicely. A cable management system can completely mask the cables, so the focus will go on the equipment that you are displaying, instead of the mess that your equipment has created.
Victorian While Victorian has a distinct look associated with a specific era, this is also a design of wooden wall shelves that would fit in with any dcor, to include country, transitional, traditional, and contemporary.
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