Looks great, the two cabinets on the sides look perfect for my equipment rack, any comments on how you made them? I will have access from the back of the cabinets too.
The cabinet for the equipment is 18 W x 42 H x 20 D this are inside dimensions (1/2" wood MDF), the shelf's in between are 17" deep that way the hot air between the components can scape and have some room for all the cables, at the top of the back wall there is a 4" fan blowing the hot air out in to the attic, its a 120 volt fan hook to the receiver ac out, this way comes on when the receiver is on. I cut all the pieces and pre drill all the holes prime with Killz and used semi flat black paint, after that put the box together with screws, no glue, that way they can be taken apart in case I change the equipment. The holes on the out side panels are little bit bigger then the screws and you have to pre drill small holes in the panels(shelf's) were the screws are going in, if not the wood will split.
For the back I cut 2 panels, I screw the first one and measured 2" from the out side in then cut the inside piece that way I haded a frame to screw the other piece. The front I built a 2 1/2" frame did not use screws only wood glue.
Before I cut the sheetrock move some electrical wires out of the way then build the frame for the cabinet after that was done cut the sheetrock with a hand saw.
The DVD cabinet is 18 W x 42 H x 6 1/2 D on this one I glued all the panels.
If you don't understand let me know I will post in Spanish:bigsmile: :laugh:
I had some pics but I can't find them, I going to look for them if I find them I will post them.:T
I hope this will help you!!:T