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Redline Studio, a new home entertainment furniture maker, has introduced its first line. Called the RS-32 Series, products include three freestanding shelf units and two bridges that allow those units to be linked in seamless modular configurations. Interior shelves on all TV stands and a stereo rack are adjustable.
Employing sleek titanium tinted steel frames with vertical espresso-colored inlaid wood accent strips and gently curved tempered glass shelves that complete an open and contemporary look, RS-32 includes three television stands, one of which will hold a monitor with just about any screen size.
The RS-3210 three shelf unit, at a suggested $349 retail, accommodates 32- to 36-inch screen-size televisions. Another three-shelf unit, the RS-3211, at a suggested $399 retail, is designed for televisions with 36-inch to 40-inch screens. The RS-3212, at a suggested $399 retail, has four shelves and holds sets with 27- through 32-inch screens. The taller six-shelf RS-3201 Stereo Rack, at a suggested $499 retail, is designed for audio equipment.
Compatible bridges are available in two widths. The RS-3220 bridge has a $149 suggested retail, while the RS-3221 is $179.
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