October 14, 2013 by Arlen Schweiger
All eyes will be on your media room when you have guests over for the big game, so why not give them a real looker of a media console to go with the A/V?
Inspired by Scandinavian design, Sanus has both aesthetics and practicality taken care of with its Cadenza collection, which includes the Cadenza75 75-inch media console, good for fitting TVs up to 80 inches or 150 pounds.
It comes with built-in adjustable shelves and hidden rack rails to handle your components or speakers, plus an extra-large center-channel opening for wider soundbars.
The slightly smaller Cadenza 61 is a 61-inch version of the console that features the same adjustable shelves and hidden rack rails, and accommodates TVs up to 70 inches or 150 pounds. You just might have to settle for storing a smaller soundbar or more traditional center-channel speaker.
Walnut or ash finishes are available for both sizes to fit into your living room decor, and the units come fully assembled.
You can also integrate a Sanus EcoSystem, which provides an easy single power solution that’s typically installed in an A/V rack—you’ll be able to power your gear, charge USB devices plus there’s a thermostat kit to monitor the temperature and activate fans to keep the cabinet properly ventilated. The back panel of the Cadenza consoles is removable for easy access to components.
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