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post #1 of 8 Old 11-27-2012, 04:06 PM - Thread Starter
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I am looking at buying another DVD shelf unit, as I've used up the two that I have so far.

Now, I absolutely, can not, drill or screw or hammer anything into the wall, so any shelf units out there that are 'wall hanging' or need to be anchored to the wall, I have to reject. That is one of the conditions I agreed to when my parents let me use the basement area as a home theater/ computer area.

Also, I absolutely hate (and actually refuse) the idea of putting the discs into boxes - as I organize my discs alphabetically and bringing one movie home creates about 2 hours worth of work in order to keep everything in order.

Any ideas from this smart crowd?
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Do some IMAGE googles of DVD cabinet or DVD shelf or dvd rack and see what designs fit your needs
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I just purchased the Prepac Quad Media Tower shown here:

http://www.wayfair.com/Prepac-Quad-Wall-Mouted-Multimedia-Storage-Rack-PRP1005.html?refid=GX10690164540-PRP1005&PiID[]=1363&gclid=CNWDnJr79LMCFao7Mgod6z4AxA

It holds a lot of DVDs, looks decent, was easy to assemble and is about as heavy-duty as pressed particle board gets.
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I am in a similar situation, the Prepac quad is the only thing i have fond that might work. I would love to see any other recommendations.

I need to store ~5k dvds/bds so mounting the shelves myself really wont work as it would destroy the walls
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I would think anything that holds alot of dvd's, cd's would have to be anchored, unless you want to take the risk of it falling over. I'm using a dvd rack made by Boltz. All steel construction and it can be added to at a later date if needed. I also have their LP rack. Since it's steel they never sag like wood does over time.
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Boltz are pretty nice.. problem is i would need TONS of them so it would cost a few thousand dollars at least. Just seems lie overkill
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Boltz are pretty nice.. problem is i would need TONS of them so it would cost a few thousand dollars at least. Just seems lie overkill

As if 5K of DVDs is not overkill? smile.gif:wink.gif
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