Making the frame... 15mm chipboard, glue and screws.
I made room for wires, so they don't just lay on the floor anymore. You migth see it or not... It's between the backside (not on the picture) and backside of the drawerbox... 7cm x 155cm x 20cm...
Applying veneer (viilu)... Wood is called "zebrano". I used 3m2 of veneer.
TV-Stand hasÂ two places for home entertainment appliances and one drawer for what ever...
Making the hole for center driver (Seas Coaxal).
Making holes for side drivers (Seas Coaxal and Seas Bass)...
May there be ligth. I put six spotlight on top of the stand. Four on the front side and two on the backside.
And as you can see both "light rows" has own switchs. So when watching tv in dark I can put the backlights on.
This is as far as I have done it. Next I have to get the tv here, so I can make the hole for the wires (You might see the silver thing next to this 19" tv, on top of the stand). And I have to put something to hide the "tails" of the spotlights (mayby crome plate oe wood, don't know yet).
I upgraded the spots :D Now there are 6 LED spots (1 spot 20mA) and the light is totally diffrent. But no more warming problem.
And I don't want to hear anyone saying that you can't use the front lights while watching the tv I KNOW THAT!!! Those ligths are there for the times tv isn't on! But the back lights are there for watching tv. I'll add more pictures when I get the real TV and so on...
Making the TV-Stand was "cheap". Chipboard was about 40Â€, Ligths 37Â€, Glue and screws 13Â€ (1,5L glue), Veneer 55Â€, Legs 13Â€. AudioÂ parts will cost moreÂ like the drivers and stuff, but I don't count them here... Audio is aboutÂ 650Â€ and new 46" Sony W4220 about 1700Â€.
Size is about 160cm x 47cm x 55cm.
What's so special about this stand?
And here it is, my new 46" Sony W4220 :D
And finally it's ready :) I'll take couple night picture too :)
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