Bell’O Blends Traditional Furniture Look with A/V
The WAVS-315 is the latest in Bell'O's line of traditional, wood-looking A/V furniture product line.
Bell'O cabinet
Bell’O's WAVS-315 with raised panel doors
May 14, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

Ultra-modern furniture might be nice if you want to show off your industrial-design speakers and black-box A/V components, but if you’re looking for a more traditional room decor that favors understating your electronics, elegant wood would be the way to go on furniture. In that respect, Bell’O has added the WAVS-315 to its traditional, wood lineup of A/V furniture, created to complement your classic home environment and show off your flat-panel TV or other electronics without having them overwhelm the decor.

Elegantly crafted to fit any decor, the WAVS- 315 features a warm design that accommodates various types of home entertainment components and will not become outdated.

The WAVS- 315 features:   

  • Rich mocha finish
  • Accommodation for TVs up to 32 inches in size and at least four audio video components and a center channel speaker
  • Option between solid raised panel doors (shown) or interchangeable tempered safety-glass door panels
  • A Cable Management System to conceal wires and provide optimum air circulation
  • Dimensions of 32” W x 30” H x 20” D
  • MSRP of $400

Visit for more on the WAVS-315 and other products in the wood furniture lineup.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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