BDI Puts A/V in the Corner
This latest piece of furniture makes stuffing A/V in the corner a good thing.
BDI Novia Corner 8421
BDI’s Novia Corner 8421 has plenty of spots to stuff your A/V components.
August 15, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Baby might not like the corner, but the Novia is right at home there.

BDI’s new Novia Corner 8421 makes the most of that unused area. The lower part nestles your DVD/CD player, as well as gaming and other A/V components. There’s also a flip-down compartment on top, which provides easy access to an additional component, such as a center-channel speaker. It’s also a nifty place to hide more of your growing media collection.

Measuring 31 x 45 x 22 inches, the unit also includes a wire management system, hidden wheels for easy access to the back of the unit, and plenty of ventilation to keep the cabinet as cool as your system.

Perfect for flat-panel or rear-projection sets up to 50 inches, the unit comes in a natural stained cherry or a cocoa stained cherry finishes.

“With the popularity of the original Novia, and the growing demand for space-saving home theater units, the Novia Corner 8421 was the perfect answer to so many home theater needs,” says Bill Becker, BDI’s CEO and design director. “Consumers will now have more options than ever with their home theater setup.”

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
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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