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    Default New help purchasing an armoire for my game systems

    I really need some help with this. We just moved into small basment apartment and my wife wants me to put my retro game systems in an armoire with doors so that the old TV and systems can be hidden when we have company. I'm looing for practical armoire with doors that can house the following systems\TV:

    • 20 inch Panasonic CRT TV
    • NES
    • Super NES
    • Sega Gensis\Sega CD (front loader)
    • Sega Dreamcast
    • Wii



    If anyone could point me in the right direction of where I could purchase an armoire for my needs, that would be very helpful. Any ideas for alternatives would be greatly appreciated as well. The current look of my setup is seen in the photo below. Please help.

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    Last edited by spunky_d_99; 04-07-2016 at 05:37 PM.
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