By Lisa Johnston
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Bell'O International is introducing the all-wood Hearthside Collection of home theater furniture consisting of three styles at International CES.
The WAVS-320 is an enclosed cabinet that is constructed of real wood with a rich dark cherry wood veneer finish. It features two drawers to hold DVDs, CDs and remote controls and an adjustable shelf behind two doors to hide the audio/video components and center channel speaker.
The cabinet from the Morganville, N.J,-based company can display most 42-inch flat-panel plasma or LCD TVs, most DLP or LCD projection TVs up to 44 inches, or most direct-view TVs, plus up to four or more audio/video components and a center channel speaker. The finished back panel includes Bell'O's CMS cable management system to hide wires and interconnect cables, and flow through vents for proper air circulation. Available in the first quarter, the suggested retail is $650.
The WAVS-325 cabinet is constructed of real wood with an espresso finished maple veneer. It features an open-top shelf that is perfect for a center channel speaker, above an enclosed two-door cabinet featuring an adjustable shelf to house up to four or more audio/video components. Shown with solid panel doors, this cabinet also includes a set of interchangeable tempered safety glass panels.
This cabinet will display most 42-inch flat-panel plasma or LCDs, most DLP or LCD projection TVs up to 44 inches, or most direct-view TVs, plus up to four or more audio/video components and a center channel speaker. The cabinet will be available in the first quarter at a suggested retail of $650.
The WAVS-330 is designed to display today's larger televisions and is built with real wood finished with a black maple veneer. It features two drawers with a six-handle apothecary design, an open front housing an adjustable shelf, and two side-door compartments, each with an adjustable shelf. The unit will display the largest flat-panel plasma or LCD televisions, most DLP or LCD projection televisions up to 73 inches, or most direct-view TVs, plus up to six or more audio/video components and a center channel speaker. This cabinet will be available in the first quarter with a suggested $950 retail.
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