Several years ago I built an entertainment system for a customer that would
hold about 1,000 CD's.
I used 2 drawers that were 24" deep, 60" tall and about 7" wide. Behind the
drawer front I built several shelves that allowed the CD's to be viewed from
the side of the drawer.
Excellent suggestions! The main reason I didn't take that path to start with
was because the unit will be recessed into the wall (taking out 1 stud to give
me clearance), and a sofa will be in front of it. I'm doing this so I "hide"
the light from the stereo equipment so as it's not annoying when viewing and
it also doesn't take up floor/furniture space. The slide-and-tilt system I'm
conceiving would allow the user to stand in front of the sofa, pull out a
shelf, and lowerit to a viewing angle that is easy to see straight-on.
Does this make more sense, or am I (as usual :-)) trying to make something way
too complex here? If I get time I'll CAD up what I'm thinking about and post
it so it's clearer.
BTW you other suggestions will be used in another project - I haven't seen a
good "deep" CD/DVD storage system that I like and yours sounds like a a
perfect fit :-)
Thanks again for your suggestions!!!
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