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PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 4:42 am 
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Please this thread is about CDs only please NOTHING about vinyl THANK YOU.

I would like to know what are you using to store your CDs, this will probably help lot's of audiophiles find a new way to store small - medium - and large collections thank you very much for your participation. MrAcoustat the one and only.

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Hello

I use Boltz shelving. Easy to set up and easy to add on to. I have about 3000 cd's in the music room. They also make LP shelves which look good but I have not tried yet

http://www.boltz.com/cdracks

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I have 2 leather Case logic cd binders that each hold about 100 cd's. I think I have thrown away most of my cases though.


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I store them all in a big cardboard box. Box is taped up. Box sits in my storage room.


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How about the Ikea Benno CD stowage bookcase?


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I store them in my wine cellar so I only have to make one trip.


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Markwatkiss wrote:
I store them in my wine cellar so I only have to make one trip.

That's a great Idea!!! :D


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I store all mine in a sony 400 disk changer. All cases gone.

Fun becouse when I'm just toolin' around I put it on full random. Then who knows what you'll get!


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I use the Ikea Lerberg wall-mounted modular shelves. At $8 for about 60 CDs worth of decently attractive storage, they're great.


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markaberrant wrote:
I store them all in a big cardboard box. Box is taped up. Box sits in my storage room.

:lol:

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Markwatkiss wrote:
I store them in my wine cellar so I only have to make one trip.

"THAT" my friend is brillant!


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mcrosier wrote:
Hello

I use Boltz shelving. Easy to set up and easy to add on to. I have about 3000 cd's in the music room. They also make LP shelves which look good but I have not tried yet

http://www.boltz.com/cdracks

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Thank's mcrosier, those are the kind of answers i am looking for, probably will try a few of these, Ikea Benno cd cabinet available in 8 colors $39.00.


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I use a built-in bookshelf to hold approx. 800 cd's
My wife insisted on this because there are sliding doors in front of it and she doesn't have to look at them


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MrAcoustat wrote:
mcrosier wrote:
Hello

I use Boltz shelving. Easy to set up and easy to add on to. I have about 3000 cd's in the music room. They also make LP shelves which look good but I have not tried yet

http://www.boltz.com/cdracks



Thank's mcrosier, those are the kind of answers i am looking for.


you are welcome Mr Accoustat

if you are in Ottawa, you are welcome to drop by to check them out

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mcrosier wrote:
MrAcoustat wrote:
mcrosier wrote:
Hello

I use Boltz shelving. Easy to set up and easy to add on to. I have about 3000 cd's in the music room. They also make LP shelves which look good but I have not tried yet

http://www.boltz.com/cdracks



Thank's mcrosier, those are the kind of answers i am looking for.


you are welcome Mr Accoustat

if you are in Ottawa, you are welcome to drop by to check them out


Thank's for the kind offer.

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at my brothers place...he has far more storage room than I do....except for a special few I keep under sweaty beer glasses and/or bottles....great coasters/ frisbees once riped and backed up

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