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Slow Saturday, so thought I would share. I was inspired to build this after seeing a low-slung vintage timber fridge cabinet converted into an entertainment cabinet. After a lengthy search, I found a cabinet that needed a lot of work. The cabinet/fridge came out of the Bondi Hotel in Sydney;  I gutted it, stripped the tar coating and went about bringing It into the 21st century. I fitted a  'foss" lining, LEDs and internal power board. My gear is nothing flash by standards here, but am pretty happy with the results...cheers. 

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don't worry about "flash" gear, looking at your creation would add to the pleasure of listening to your music, well done

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46 minutes ago, unclemack said:

Looks awesome. Don’t those speakers play havoc with with turntable being on the same shelf? M

Thx. The phono is running through the speakers on the stands... the CD is running through the top speakers...so a bit of luck there with zero planning...never even crossed my mind...lol. Ima Nooooob.

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Thats fantastic! Those older timber pub fridges are in high demand these days given their aesthetics.

 

I bet you get plenty of corner loading to beef up the bass too👍

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