Please Note: The price listed is for the Synergy S40 Rack only. Doors and side panels are additional optional items. A picture is available without components under Aditional Images.
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Gorgeous Audio/Video Racks You Can Expand and Customize
The one sure thing about today's audio and video systems: they never stand still. Changes in technology, improvements in products, and changing listening and viewing habits necessitate frequent changes in the elements within the system.
To keep pace with additions and changes in the audio/video system, Salvatore Carrabba, Salamander Design's founder and chief design engineer, created the new Synergy modular audio/video furniture line.
Unique Modular Design can be Easily Changed to Suit any System
Synergy racks are a modular design. This means you can expand and change the Synergy rack by adding additional shelves, drawers, doors, side panels, casters or another rack extension on top or bottom of the existing cabinet. You can even attach extension shelves to the side of the cabinet to create a complete A/V entertainment system. Whatever your system, we can build a Synergy rack to suit your need.
Inside the Synergy Cabinet...
The Synergy rack consists of an extra large top and base shelf held together by extremely strong and rigid slotted extruded aluminum posts. The slots in the aluminum posts hold the hardware for attaching accessories such as side panels, doors, extra shelves, drawers, etc. A Synergy cabinet can be assembled in minutes using simple tools.
Simple, Beautiful, and Strong Six-Shelf Synergy S40 Suits Many Systems
Salamander's S40 six-shelf cabinet offers just the right combination of features and performance for many audio and home theater systems. This beautifully simple 42"-tall, six-shelf cabinet has four fully adjustable black MDF internal shelves -- including one extra heavy duty shelf which holds up to 250 lbs. The included black rear panel effectively conceals cables and quickly removes with thumbscrews to provide essential component access.