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Wood multimedia cabinets from Atlantic are designed to organize CD and DVD collections that, when unorganized, are spinning out of control.
Consumers inundated with various types of multimedia — such as music CDS, movies on DVD and VHS, and digital photos stored on CDs — can purchase the Atlantic cabinets to “easily organize entire DVD and CD collections, while complementing any home or office,” said the company.
With high-capacity multimedia home storage — such as its Vision, Allegro and Oskar wood products series — Atlantic is offering consumers storage that can be shopped much like bookshelves and cabinets.
The Vision digital library system, designed for discs in and out of jewel cases, as well as instruction manuals and liner notes, can all be brought into a central location. The system features a “unique” hanging file system to store and organize all burned CDs as well as to house jewel cases.
Available this spring, the Vision-DLS/479 CD, at a suggested $149.99 retail and Vision-DLS/490 CD, at $79.99, feature storage for up to 329 CDs and 150 discs (75 sleeves) or 152 DVDs and 30 CDs (150 quick access). Both feature a contrasting cream and chocolate color scheme.
The Allegro single glass door in black with three shelves has a $139.99 suggested retail, while the Allegro double glass door in black with three shelves is $179.99.
The Oskar, which comes in oak can store 756 CDs or 360 DVDs for a suggested $79.99 retail, while the 544CD Oskar has a suggested $59.99 retail.
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