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Being a cord cutter, you'll accumulate a few small Home Theater PC devices, devices such as a Roku, an Amazon Fire, a XBMC device, a Raspberry PI, or even a digital tuner. Each device requires space, has cords, remotes, and needs adequate airflow. How can a cord cutter organize all of their devices cheaply? With a simple repurpose of an old DVD or CD rack.

Step 1: Accessing your DVD/CD box dimensions

Using a wooden rack that is approximately 6x9 appears to be an ideal size for this project. This old Napa Valley CD Box is about to gain some new life

<p>Thanks palewook, I really like this. This will be favorited and this will be made. I don't move HDMI cables around much, so I'd like to see the cables around back (sorry, I'm a cord nazi!).</p>
<p>Thanks palewook, I really like this. This will be favorited and this will be made. I don't move HDMI cables around much, so I'd like to see the cables around back (sorry, I'm a cord nazi!).</p>

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