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Cooper Multimedia Wooden Storage Cabinet

Cooper Multimedia Wooden Storage Cabinet


Cooper Multimedia Cabinet

Starting at $520.00
Starting at $349.99
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Fabulously functional Cooper Multimedia Cabinet features 3 stationary and 12 adjustable shelves to hold up to 554 CDs or 264 DVDs. Wooden storage cabinet has hidden hinges that allow the two magnetic catch doors to open completely. 24"Wx13"Dx41"H.

• Available in the Windsor Oak finish
• Furniture holds up to 554 CDs or 264 DVDs
• Hinged doors open completely
• Wooden media storage cabinet


Review Summary
(Based on 5 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 3.5 / 5.0


cooper multi-media cabinet
from FL wrote on

bought for my son and he loves it,plenty of room and weel built

from FL wrote on

I like the cabinet but feel that the quality was better in the first cabinet that the second. Nice size.

Cooper Multimedia Cabinet 5280
from wrote on

The cabinet looks classy at first glance but it's not as well constructed as I would have hoped. The wood is a very thin veneer over particle board and isn't fully glued on in some places. My cabinet was actually damaged when I received it (maybe a combination of shipping and poor craftsmanship). Overall, it serves its purpose and holds many dvds and cds and looks ok if you don't inspect it too closely. I would not recommend this item for the price.

Cooper Multimedia Cabinet 4650
from wrote on

Unit sent to my Arizona address was very pretty, but the back was broken off after I had it unpacked. It's too much trouble/impossible to repack for sending back as the box it was shipped in was not very sturdy, so very disappointed in the broken back and rear shelves that have the staples torn out of them. I hope to fix with finishing nails so that it will look ok

Cooper Multimedia Cabinet 1459
from wrote on

Product arrived quickly.Instructions were clear. There is really no need to hammer in the wooden pegs and we actually damaged one wall as the first peg broke through the wall ;( Yes, we were using a rubber mallet.All of the holes lines up nicely.The cabinet is very pretty (with the exception of a slight defect on the top) and highly functional.Biggest complaint is 1/8" gap at top and 1/2" gap on bottom from bottom board warping.Also right side does not shut right due to this. Any suggestions?