TWICE Staff On Jan 8 2013 - 1:00am

Sanus Shows Premium Furniture, A/V Racks

 

LAS VEGAS — Sanus is showing a premium furniture line, among other products, at booth 9432 in the Central Hall.

The Sanus Alabaster collection combines style and technology into three audio video furniture offerings. Completely pre-assembled and available in a 53-inch (ACV53) and 73-inch (ACV73) media console and also a 42-inch (ACA42) A/V cabinet, each piece is handcrafted, with hardwood construction in a caramel or charcoal finish, the company said.

Other features of the Alabaster collection include slow-close doors and concealed casters that stay hidden within the feet, yet offer easy mobility to access the rear of the furniture.

Cables can be passed discreetly through the cabinet and remain hidden from view, and there are vented shelves to promote proper airflow to keep A/V components cool for optimal performance, the company said.

In addition, a tool-free removable back panel provides easy access to the back of components.

Shipping now, pricing will be available during the show.

Sanus will also debut stackable skeleton racks at CES. The CFR1615 (15U) and CFR1620 (20U) are modular stackable A/V rack structures that can be coupled in five different height combinations. The 15U or 20U racks can be used singly or combined to achieve 30U, 35U and 40U heights. Each rack comes complete with screws, removable shelves and blanking shelves in one UPS shippable box.

Each model is now available with a price of $219 (CFR1615) and $249 (CFR1620).

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