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  1. small stereo cabinet

    just finished this stereo cabinet for a friend of mine, sides are blackwalnut, shelves and top are myrtle wood. The finish is polyrub. My friend is going to pick cabinet up saturday, hope he likes it!
  2. Big Screen TV Entertainment Cabinet

    Entertainment cabinet constructed from cherry and baltic birch to match an exisitng set of coffee and end tables. The shelves are tinted black glass as is the glass in the doors. There is a hidden wire chase below the cabinet and an integral power conditioner/protector. The center channel...
  3. Entertainment credenza

    This is another project I made a few years ago after buying a new flat screen TV. The old style entertainment armoires don't work for these new TVs and I wanted something a bit more sleek and contemporary to match my changing tastes. It is made of maple veneered plywood and solid cherry for...
  4. Wuss Rock Boom Box

    A blue tooth compatible "speaker" system for the wife. Based on a BT amplifier board, old lap top power supply, several speakers, and some wood (of course) The back story When the spousal unit is doing something in the dining room or kitchen, she likes to have music. Unfortunately for me, this...
  5. Boom box

    This is for the little rock n roller in the family. I had an idea for a bluetooth stereo that would look like a Fender amplifier head. This is what I wound up with. I bought most of the parts from Stew Mac. The bluetooth stereo kit is from Rockler. The box is 1/2" BBply with internally...
  6. Stereo Cabinet

    We went to rearrange our family room a couple of months ago, and I figured out where I wanted to put our rear projection TV and realized there was going to be a gap behind the TV to fill. This gave me an opportunity to make my first "cabinet" to house all of the stereo equipment, games, Bluray...
  7. Entertainment Storage Center

    In the words of my baby girl, "Oooh, Boy!" This is an evolved version of a pervious project that I posted early. I have since canabolized that entertainment unit for this "Entertainment Storage Center". It is so named "storage center" because of its remarkable storage compacity! It can hold...
  8. Taylor Rocker

    This rocker wass made using the plans from Hal Taylor. Great in depth video. This is my fouth Taylor style and I have also made 5 in the more traditional Malloof style using the Charles Brock plans. aathey both produce heirloom quality chairs that look great in any home. athis one is in XL and...
  9. Mini amp and stereo

    This is a little amp/stereo box I build from an inexpensive 2×25 W amplifier board. Ran RCA through the back panel, and mounted an external power jack and toggle switch. The amp powers four small full-range speakers. The smaller two center speakers have high-pass filters on them to limit their...
  10. Magazine Rack Cover

    So I've got this wire magazine rack, and I like to read in the comfy chair. I also like having a table or some such to put my drink and book down from time to time. Took a piece of curly maple, and came up with this. Two coats of spar urethane with a light sanding between them on the top, one...
  11. Wooden Speakers

    Truly wooden speakers. They use a pair of transducers to vibrate a thin sheet of hard maple. They sound almost as nice as they look. Perfect for the office. The transducers are: Dayton Audio DAEX25FHE-4 Framed High Efficiency 25mm Exciter 24W 4 Ohm, from Parts Express
  12. Open sided stereo stand

    Until now, the stand I used for my stereo was one I found on the curb. I'd wanted to replace it for years, but lots of the ones I've seen for sale weren't sturdy enough, so I worried the whole thing would vibrate. Ones that are sturdy were expensive, and ones I thought were both attractive and...
  13. Vintage stereo cabinet that dissassembles

    My daughter was getting ready to head for college and needed a cabinet to house her vintage stereo. Since size/weight was an issue I constructed the cabinet into pieces that are held together with Minifix (KD) fittings from Rockler. This allows her to remove the stereo and dissassemble the...
  14. Built in stereo cupboard

    This is a built in stereo and storage unit that sits under a staircase, next to where the TV is located. It used to be a complete waste of space (see last picture) but now serves as a home for all of the electronics plus a few drawers which house a printer (lower drawer), cables and electrical...
  15. Audio Component Rack

    Of friend of mine came to me and asked if I could build him a small shelving unit for his audio equipment. After getting the details from him I simply asked, "why don't you just go buy something?" We, he said, everything I've seen is too expensive and more importantly too tall. You see, I want...
  16. TV unit, stained ash

    Here is a description about building a TV unit out of ash. As my previous project, this started with rough lumber. It took nearly a full day to go thourgh the pile of lumber back and forth several times to sort out the planks for different projects, to mark the rough dimensions of the details...
  17. Entertainment Center

    Here's an entertainment center that I built to fit into a small corner of the living room. The cabinet was constructed with 45 degree angles on the back corners so that the center could be nested into the corner of the room. The outer covered compartments house some box speakers - these are...
  18. Shop stereo

    I saw a shop stereo built out of a car stereo the other day posted by one of the other members and I liked it so well I decided to build my own. I went to the local you pull it auto wrecking yard and got the stereo and speakers. For the power source I used a 12 volt converter for converting...
  19. Shop stereo

    Built this shop stereo out of a car stereo for a friend of mine. I built the carcass out of 1/2" oak plywood. I set it up with a bluetooth stereo to stream music or just use the radio or USB port. I also added a 12 volt power outlet so a cell phone could be charged at the same time. The...
  20. Contemporary Walnut Entertainment Center

    I built this for a friend who needed to cover a big 4" hole in the wall where a bunch of wires for surround sound, television, etc. were coming out of the brick. He wanted to create something simple and that complimented the house. It's a really neat contemporary home in Paradise Valley designed...
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