It's made of oak. The wire shelves maximize efficient use of space while helping to dissipate heat. A pegboard back keeps weight down while allowing airflow. LEDs attached to the back add ambient lighting to the room.
It houses a JVC RX-6010V Dolby/DTS receiver, Motorola DCT2224, Xbox360 HD-DVD, and a Logitech Harmony 520 remote.
As long as we're at it, here are some other projects finished this week....
Theater plaques are expensive and hard to find. (Unless you steal one from a theater like my buddy did with his Dolby sign.) I made this DTS sign by cutting brushed copper with a plotter and then applying that to black vinyl-backed lexan. I mounted the lexan inside of a walnut shadow box for finish and depth. You can also see my spare parts book-ends made from left over molding and a pair of copper shelf brackets.
I mounted the panels I got from ATS Acoustics.
I made cases for my collection DVD-Rs and got a tower for them.