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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantcatheadman
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The oak cabinets change color over a few months - I recently put 4 new ones on the top row.  There are around 2000 DVDs held in this stack.
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Very impressive.  Who manufactures these?
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Very impressive.  Who manufactures these?

http://www.rackittm.com/

It's not a very exciting website - but they do a nice job - I've been using them for around 10 years now.  Very good service and a bit nicer than some...
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Catheadman, you need a bigger computer desk!
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Catheadman, you need a bigger computer desk!


LOL - I put that PC there temporarily while I was decorating another room.  It doesn't normally live there, but I had to keep up with my DVD addiction!  My avatar shows a slightly cleaner room, albeit that was a while ago!  We are a MAC family - PCs always get put in odd places!
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I've heard of Rack It. I think they advertise regularly in Doug Pratt's newsletter. 

By the way are those CDs in that drawer open in the photo? If so will DVDs fit in there as well? If confirmed how many DVDs does each drawer hold.
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I've heard of Rack It. I think they advertise regularly in Doug Pratt's newsletter. 

By the way are those CDs in that drawer open in the photo? If so will DVDs fit in there as well? If confirmed how many DVDs does each drawer hold.


I think those are DVDs. Looks like 40 drawers, he said around 2000 DVDs, so that about 50 per drawer.
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I've heard of Rack It. I think they advertise regularly in Doug Pratt's newsletter. 

By the way are those CDs in that drawer open in the photo? If so will DVDs fit in there as well? If confirmed how many DVDs does each drawer hold.

Yes - they also advertise in Sterophile and other audio press.

They are all DVDs honest!  My CD collection is housed elsewhere.  The draw stacks are about six feet high to give you an idea of scale...
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My lot... though there are a few more now 

The shelves are attached to the wall so are surprisingly non-intrusive



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Some 450 odd titles. Ikea "Skara" on the left, Ikea "Akrobat" on the right.

Samsung UE55C6200, Yamaha RX-V2067, Xbox 360, PS3.
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This is kind of an overview.



Left Side A through G on the short set, H through Rob on the tall shelves.



Right Side: Roc thru Z with TV sets at the bottom.

I have empty space on each shelf, the entire bottom row empty to allow for insertion so I don't have to resort every time I add a few titles.  I also, quite by accident, have two tissue boxes "Cars" and "The Incredibles" that fit quite nicely with movies. Also, that is the Battle Axe of Gimli hanging on the wall.
Kevin
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Your 24 collection looks as mixed up as my does. You are german, I presume?

The first two look like the boxes they also use on M*A*S*H, 3 and 4 are DigiPaks and 5 looks like the RC1 box. Am I right?
Karsten
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My 24's are all R1, USA from Amazon.com if I remember right. Don't know why they couldn't keep a theme to the look of them.
Kevin
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My DVDs and HD-DVDs are arranged alphabetically into 2 separate racks. Each rack will hold ~800 DVDs. Rack 1 contains my US/European DVDs.


Rack 2 contains my Hong Kong, Japanese, Korean DVDs, HD DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Both racks have gotten much more full since these pictures were taken.


Close-up of my high-def disc collection.  Top three rows are my already watched discs and bottom two rows are my to-watch pile. There are 103 HD DVDs and 70 Blu-ray discs as of April 8, 2007.
My Home Theater
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantGendji
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Am i the only one using 2 of these?



Great spacesavers 

P.S. Original Cases all in a save place btw 

Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming: 'WOW What a Ride!!!
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantChazcdc54
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Never have seen one like that in size.  How many DVDs can it hold total?
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