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Leslie Dame M-371DC High-Capacity Inlaid Glass Mission Style Multimedia Storage Cabinet, Cherry
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- Holds 371 CD's, 185 DVD's, or 100 VHS
- Antique finished metal door pulls
- Fully adjustable shelves, inlaid glass to view your entire collection while keeping it safe and dust free
- Tempered Glass
- Dark Cherry Finish
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The M series of large capacity oak veneer mission style multimedia storage cabinets has the rare combination of timeless design and high quality construction. These furniture quality cabinets have 6 fully adjustable shelves allowing for storage of CD's, DVD's, Videocassettes and game cartridges. The inlaid glass doors allow you to view your collection while keeping it safe and dust free. Holds 371 CD's, 185 DVD's, or 100 VHS.
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 24.5 x 47.75 in||9.44 x 73 x 61.81 in||47 x 9.25 x 61 in||29.75 x 11.75 x 29.75 in|
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Assembly was fairly simple. The instructions could be a little more detailed, but I was able to figure it out pretty easily. I wasn't missing any parts or hardware, thankfully. During installation, I never had an instance where a pre-drilled hole was either off or non-existent. The instructions recommended two people, but I was able to assemble it on my own.
* If this is on carpet, it is not very stable while empty. If I opened both doors, it would fall forward. Hardware is included to anchor the case to the wall, but once I filled the case with all of my media, it was sufficiently weighed down and I haven't felt the need to anchor it to the wall.
* The tabs that pop in for mounting the shelving can be difficult to remove once they're pushed in all the way. I used a set of locking pliers to pull them out.
* If you're using this solely for DVDs or Blu-Ray, you'll likely have an extra shelf or two. If you're storing CDs, there are enough shelves included to maximize the amount of storage. Any shelves that you don't use are exactly the right size to fit underneath the base of the case. Out of sight and no need to find storage in a closet or storage room.
* Due to the way the doors hang, if you were to pack a shelf tightly/completely full, you would not be able to pull out the DVD on either edge of that shelf. The door edge would block it.
Overall, I'm happy with the product. I wish I had gotten one that was slightly larger, but that's no knock on the product.
It's a nicer cabinet than I was expecting for the money.
The directions are pictures, with some very brief annotations in English. Somewhat opaque, but not impenetrable.
My first major complaint is that for a klutz like me, screwing around with tiny wood screws is very challenging. I know the basic principles, like tighten nothing until everything is started. I'm no Stakhanovite on home projects, but this was the most difficult ever for me in 35 years of home ownership.
My second major complaint is that the product ships with 0 extra screws, pegs, and so on. Probably beefs up Leslie Dame profits by millions of dollars per year (sarcasm). Possibly they shipped mine 2 shelf pegs short. Or maybe I fumbled 2 pegs onto my gray carpet. Either way, the assembly hassle goes on and on. Never again.