|Item Weight||120 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||65.8 x 9.5 x 63.8 inches|
|Item model number||CDV-1500|
|Assembled Height||63 inches|
|Assembled Width||65 inches|
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Leslie Dame CDV-1500 High Capacity Oak Veneer Multimedia Cabinet, Oak
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- Fully adjustable shelves allow for total versatility in storing DVD's, Videotapes and Game Cartridges
- Holds 1500 CD's, 612 DVD's and 360 VHS Tapes
- Deluxe Oak Finish
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The 27 fully adjustable shelves hold CD's, DVD's, Videotapes and game cartridges. This is the perfect storage system for the media room, home office or anywhere you can use additional space. These versatile storage systems are finished in oak, black and cherry. Holds 1500 CD's, 612 DVD's and 360 VHS Tapes.
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From my research, I think Leslie Dame makes the best media storage systems by far.
This is real wood veneer (most of the competition is vinyl printed to look like wood). It just looks great.
This was really easy to put together. The instructions are very clear. But, because of the size and weight of this thing, you do really need two people when you put the bottom on. I put it together in less than hour.
The other thing I like is that the upright pieces are flat and do not have molding on them. You can slip your all your CDs in and out without having to remove others to get to them. Some other shelves (including the Barrister by Leslie Dame) have molding on the upright pieces. The CDs that are on the edges of the shelf hide behind the molding and cannot be seen. You have to remove a couple of CDs to take out the end CD.
The 1500 in the model number means that it holds more than 1500 CDs (which is absolutely correct. It holds more than 1500 standard CD jewel cases).
For CDs, the height of most of the shelves is perfect for a standard sized jewel case. There are some albums that come in slightly larger cases that won't fit, like Pink Floyd's Pulse. However, the top, bottom and middle shelves are slightly taller for those oversized CDs.
-The center shelf is fixed and cannot be moved up or down. This makes the media case very sturdy, but limits your flexibility in storing CDs, videos and DVDs. It isn't a problem if you are using it just for CDs.
-It isn't perfectly machined. There is a slight tilt on the shelves. I imagine if I played around with it, I could get it to match better and get rid of the tilt.
-->so, here is my hint. When setting this up, lay the upright pieces next to each other and see how the holes line up. It is off a little, try turning one of the pieces around.
It ships in two boxes, one weighing 40 pounds, the other 82 pounds. It is very well padded with double-corrugated cardboard, expanded polystyrene, masonite, and plastic corner pads. I would suggest setting aside about three hours to get the cabinet out of the shipping boxes, assembled, and the shipping boxes broken down for recycling. If you assemble the cabinet in a room with standard 8-foot ceilings, you will want a helper to tilt the cabinet forward while you insert the back sheets. The only tool you'll need is a phillips screwdriver, though a small hammer may be helpful for the few wooden pegs used to help secure the joints.
I do have a potentially major concern, and that is the possibility of the cabinet's tipping forward. I would suggest mounting either half-inch feet under the FRONT of the base board, or -- as I did -- use furniture wedges. This will lean the cabinet back onto the wall, and will help prevent accidents. Of course, families with small children will know to bolt the thing to the wall, just as will those in earthquake country.
The only other note I have is that the shelves, if spaced to fit a standard-height CD jewel box (4 7/8 inches), will not be quite equal in height for all ten shelves. Shelves 1, 5, 6, and 10 (counting from the top) are 5 1/2 to 5 3/4 inches high, while the others are just 5 1/4 inches high. The shorter space is fine for regular jewel boxes, but do not accommodate some of the CD sets in cardboard boxes that I have.
Overall, this is an excellent CD cabinet, well-designed and well-constructed for its purpose, and I'm very pleased with it.