February 24, 2014 by Rachel Cericola
One size of AV cabinet does not always fit all. BDI has plenty of cabinet options. The latest is the Corridor 8177.
This is the newest addition to BDI’s Corridor Home Theater collection. It’s a 65-inch-wide three-compartment cabinet. Once of those is a center drawer, which houses a shelf. That little perk is designed for soundbar users.
Besides the other storage options, the Corridor 8177 can also hold any TV up to 70 inches. Other features include handcrafted solid walnut or oak louvered doors, integrated cable management, hidden wheels, and a micro-etched, fingerprint-resistant glass surface. It’s also fully vented to keep your AV equipment from overheating.
The Corridor 8177 and the four-compartment Corridor 8179 are available now in chocolate-stained walnut or the new white oak finish. Designed for TVs up to 85 inches, the 8179 has a large center compartment with an adjustable shelf, as well as two side compartments for left- and right-channel speakers.
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“BDI is a leader in developing furniture solutions that accommodate the needs of soundbars. Expanding our popular Corridor collection with model 8177 was a logical progression,” said Bill Becker, BDI’s design director and CEO. “Corridor is one of BDI’s most popular designs, with enthusiastic response to its strong design aesthetic, timeless appeal and contemporary features. The addition of this new model and the introduction of the new white oak finish will give the collection even greater appeal and versatility.”
Contact BDI for purchase and pricing information.
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Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.
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