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    Default Cabinet to fit a CS2

    I am looking for a cabinet, to put under my wall mounted tv, that will have a shelf big enough to fit my CS2 so it doesn't sit on top of the cabinet. Will also have to house Denon receiver, Hopper, and Xbox.

    Any suggestions, or places to look? Thanks

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    I looked locally and on-line, never found one that fit or liked, so..
    I built my own! Very easy and cheap to make. Just need table saw
    (or get your lumber store to cut the panels for a small fee) long clamps,
    glue, sander, paint, brad nailer (or can use hammer or wood screws)

    Even had enough left over pieces/paint to build stands for my rear 40's !
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    Mellow greetings. What seems to be your boggle?

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