February 05, 2010 by Arlen Schweiger
Want to really go for that uncluttered home theater look?
Furniture maker BDI has always made nice contemporary pieces to help with your A/V designs, and the latest, the Novia 8426, gives you even more flexibility while keeping things tidy.
The piece is designed to conceal your boxy subwoofer and there’s enough room for a center-channel speaker and components too. The way the shelves adjust, a sleek soundbar could serve the top space well to give you left/center/right sound behind the Novia’s included flip-down speaker fabric door.
Below you get two shallow adjustable shelves to store media, and there’s a full-depth section for your components or sub.
Don’t worry about sound being compromised, as the side panel is louvered to allow audio to pass through.
Like any good A/V furniture, this one also features hidden wheels in case you want to rearrange, cable management and flow-through ventilation, according to BDI. It measures 31 x 52 x 22 inches (H x W x D) and comes in natural-stained or cocoa-stained cherry. MSRP is $1,695
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