Yup, built myself with lots of help from my dad.
Basically made from MDF, with pine frames for the bases. Was designed around the stereo with the sole intention of being able to fit it into the centre section perfectly (ended up a bit more perfect than i was planning!). Veneered and stained. Weighs a tonne.
Its about 500mm deep, around 900mm high (from the top of the top down) (I'm about 5'10" tall and find this suits me pretty well) and about 2400mm long.
Easiest way to explain it if someone want to do something similar, square pine (2x4" and to whatever dimensions you want, mine were bout 390mm x 480mm external dimensions) base, MDF on top as the bottom shelf, MDF sides and a shelf about half way up. I've done that three times (two shelf units and one for the stereo), attach them all together (bolts down the bottom joining the bases together, and then put the top on which is just one single length. L brackets at the tops of each of the sides screws the top down, most important thing is to make sure the sides are perfectly vertical when you screw the top down or else the whole this is gonna lean to one side. Coupla holes (about 2" diameter) in the top to drop cables behind the amp and you're set. Sounds a lot easier than it was. oh, and a couple of sheets of ply or something similar on the back to help stabilise it all. The shelf on which the stereo sits is just sitting there, its not attached down so it can be lifted, all the power cables and everything drop underneath that.
Having it in three sections allows easier movement as you can just detach the top, undo the bolts and move it in three parts.
Later on I might try to draw some diagrams to explain it a bit better and post them in the dj table thread.
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