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Dvd storage solutions?

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by roeod4, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. roeod4

    roeod4 Regular member

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    Ok, So I over 900 DVDs now with no ending to the buying madness in sight. I usually buy at least 3 or 4 DVDs a week. I am just having one problem, where the hell do I keep all these damn things? I purchased a DVD rack about a year ago and I it holds around 500, not enough space on that thing to set a toothpick now. I think if I put one more DVD on it, it will collapse. What is everyone out there with an over blown collection doing for storage?

    I am now thinking of going custom. Building a custom DVD storage rack on one wall in the house. The wall in question is 12 feet long buy 8 feet tall, I figure I will use the space eventually. Does anyone have any good ideas or has anyone seen anything on the web that might help? Has anyone seen a rack system that you can buy that will hold more than 600 DVDs?

     
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    haimback Regular member

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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    why in the safety forum & not in "all other topics"
     
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    baabaa Active member

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    squizzle Active member

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    Damn, baabaa, that's like the lazy man's dream come true. If only it could take a piss for you...
     
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    arniebear Active member

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    I am sure with the design your own remote you could get it to do that for you :~)
     
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    squizzle Active member

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    yeah, and flush.

    Next step, order pizza...
     
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    baabaa Active member

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    LOL...............

    I have a Pioneer 301 CD changer and a Philips Pronto 940 touch screen remote control.

    Very recommended, all of my cd's are programmed in, I just touch the letter of the alphabet, and select a cd album, automatically loads up and plays.......................

    Took ages to program each individual album in, but well worth it..............

    Yes, I am a lazy bastard.......................LOL

    Haven't quite managed the 'piss' function yet, but working on the idea of a remote control car with a 'potty' on a low loader........
     
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    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    talk about lazy!!!
     

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