Technology and media can be some of the most difficult items to store effectively. Not only can TVs and sound systems be large items, they can come with a
range of accessories and crucial components from players and cable boxes with crucial wires and cables, to large movie or music collections.
Component cabinets, sometimes also called media cabinets or TV stands, can be the perfect storage solution to keep your television, cable box, disc
players, and gaming consoles all organized and looking good. These pieces are created with electronic storage in mind, featuring a platform to place a TV
on, and frequently integrating strategically placed holes or slots to run cords and cables. This helps to ensure that everything stays connected properly,
while also keeping messy looking wires neatly tucked away and out of sight.
If you have a large entertainment collection, the space to keep the TV and players is only half of the equation – you will also need a place to store your
collection of DVDs, Blu-Rays, CDs, or video games. Multimedia storage is specifically designed to tackle this task and keep any media neatly organized and
easy to access. Most multimedia storage is in a freestanding shelving format, but you can also find wall mounted CD or DVD storage, specifically sized
storage boxes, and a few portable options that have wheels.
An audio rack is another specialized storage space which is designed to house a sound system. It can feature space to keep not only stereo equipment, but
also speakers, records, CDs, and other physical music formats. Although other storage pieces could accommodate some of these items, what really sets an
audio rack apart is its vertical orientation and integrated spaces to run cables and cords. In this sense an audio rack is much like a media cabinet, but
in different proportions to suit smaller equipment.