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Project: Solid Teak Wood Entertainment Center and Home Theater for Sony HDTV Bravia 40" LCD V Series
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 
 
  q Specifications q Teak q Warranty
  q Delivery Time q Kiln-Drying q Certificate of Authenticity
  q Project Updates q Packing q Insurance & Shipping
  q Communication q Fumigation  
 
 
 
  THE PROJECT: Custom design solid wood entertainment center for Sony HDTV Bravia 40", Solid Burmese Teak grade A, Superior Quality. Home theater, custom build entertainment center furniture, design home cinema made in hardwood...  
 

Teak Entertainment Center

Cabinet Blueprint

Dovetail Wood Joints

Electrical Multiplug

Genuine Burmese Teak

Sony Bravia 40"

Teak Colochart

Blueprint

Certificate of Authenticity

 
     
 

Home Theater: some home cinema enthusiasts go so far as to build a dedicated room in the home for the theater. Such a room is often decorated to resemble an actual cinema, with specialized furniture, movie posters, or a popcorn or snack machine. These more advanced installations often include sophisticated acoustic design elements, including "room-in-a-room" construction that isolates sound and provides the potential for a nearly ideal listening environment. These installations are often designated as "screening rooms" to differentiate from simpler installations. A few home cinema setups even have features that are not commonly found in commercial cinemas, such as tactile sound. High-quality home cinemas are assembled from component pieces purchased separately to provide the best combination of equipment for the cost. It is possible to purchase home theater in a box kits that include a set of speakers for surround sound, an amplifier/tuner for adjusting volume and selecting video sources, and sometimes a DVD player. Though these kits pale in comparison to a custom-built home cinema, they are inexpensive and easy to set up; one needs only to add a television and some movies in order to create a simple home theater. Because the difficulty of running long cables through walls for surround sound inhibits some consumers, some home cinemas includes wireless rear loudspeakers, with in-built amplifiers.

 
     
 
 
 
SPECIFICATIONS
  Product Description:   Solid Teak Wood Entertainment Center  
  High Definition TV:   Sony HDTV Bravia 40" LCD V Series  
  Sony Theater:   Vega Home Entertainment w/ Surround Sound DAV-DZ77OW  
  Cabinet Dimensions:   220”high X 300”long X 55”deep  
  Quantity:   one (1) entertainment center  
  Wood Species:   genuine Burmese teak grade A (solid wood)  
  Wood Color:   COLOR-3  
  HDTV area:   110 wide X 77 high (cm)  
  Speaker Area:   30 wide X 60 high (cm)  
  Subwoofer Area:   25 wide x 45 high (cm)  
  CD Disk Player Shelf:   14 cm high minimum  
  Cable Openings:   10 cm  
  Light Bulbs:   small light bulbs installed  
  Multi-Plug Electrical Connector:   three (3) units installed  
  Center Speaker Area:   40 wide X 10 high (cm)  
  UBC Satellite TV Decoder Box:   40 wide X 10 high (cm)  
  Sony DVD Player Area:   50 wide X 10 high (cm)  
  Sony Video CD Player Area:   40 wide X 10 high (cm)  
  Quality:   Superior High Quality  
  Warranty:   5 years  
  Price:   $7,836.00 USD  
 
 
 
 
DELIVERY TIME
  Production Time:   12 weeks  
  Date Project Started:   01-February-2006  
  Expected Finish Date:   30-April-2006  
  Shipping:   Khon Kaen, Thailand  
 
 
 
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  COMMUNICATION
  1. Friday, 31-Mar-2006 >> WoodCiti(R) Studio will provide a free Certificate of Authenticity if you choose so...

  2. Saturday, 29-Apr-2006 >> next week we'll apply color..

 
 

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  TEAK

Latin name "Tectona Grandis Linn". Teak or Golden Teak is the king of hardwoods and it's one of the world's most valuable timbers, recognized for its durability and stability. Teak is more durable than any other hardwood and has unparalleled rich beauty. Teak can withstand all types of weather. Ancient Burmese and Thai royalty considered teak to be a royal tree. It has been the pillar of the shipbuilding industry for centuries. The decks of the Titanic were covered in Teak, and the wood is as good today as the day she sank on 1912. Teak is also used in the Middle East oil industry as one of the very few timbers that can withstand the punishing heat of the desert and will not readily catch fire. Teak can withstand harsh chemicals, and is resistant to fungi, rot and termites. Unlike other woods, teak does not turn black when in contact with metals. It looks best when applied transparent and light colors...

 
 
 
 

KILN-DRYING

All wood in the oven for two (3) weeks to a moisture content of 7-9% followed by one (1) week of ‘resting’ to reabsorb moisture in the air to ~10%. The moisture level is measured by electronic instruments.

 
 
 
 

PACKING

Each item is individually boxed with 300# psi doubled wall cardboard and placed in wooden crate.

 
 
 
 

FUMIGATION

Every piece of furniture together with wood crating, pallet and all Non-Manufactured Wood Packing Material (NMWP) to be fumigated with Methyl Bromide [CH3Br] and are free from wood termites. Formal Certificate of Fumigation is provided according to wood import regulations of European Union, United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

 
 
 
 

WARRANTY

WoodCiti® Furniture Limited Warranty

 
 
 
 

CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY

We issue a Lifetime Certificate of Authenticity. WoodCiti® Furniture certifies that every item we design and make is by order only. This is an original and authentic product. It is genuine and the only one made by WoodCiti® Furniture. It is not a replica, a rebuild or repair; it has been newly built by skilled artisan. No two items are identical, thus making each one of a kind. Only authentic hand carving is performed, no routers or machine tools of any type are used.

 
 
 
  INSURANCE & SHIPPING
  1. Insurance 100% from damage or loss
  2. Thailand's based shipping company in charge
  3. Freight to Khon Kaen, Thailand
  4. Transit Time: 3 days
 
 
 
 

Home Entertainment Center: (or home entertainment console) is a piece of furniture seen in many homes in North America, which houses major electronic items, such as a television set, a VCR and/or DVD player, stereo components (such as an AM/FM tuner, multi-disc compact disc changer, record player, one or more cassette players and graphic equalizer), and cable or satellite television receivers. Entertainment centers also feature high-fidelity speakers. Modern units often have a set of home theater system-type speakers, to greatly enhance the sound quality of the various stereo and television components. The audio and video components have special connectors which are often hooked to a dedicated box. The items are then plugged into an electrical outlet strip, which sometimes has a surge protector. One can usually control each of the components by using a universal remote control. The term home entertainment center may also refer to the complete package – the electronic components and the unit in which they are housed. The unit is often either an armoire or a self-contained unit (usually of wood and glass); they often contain dedicated areas (either drawers or other spaces) for storage of records, videotapes, compact discs and/or DVD discs. In many homes, an entertainment center is often placed in the living room, family room or recreation room. Perhaps the first example of a built-in entertainment center was created by Frank Lloyd Wright at his 1917 Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, California. The term home entertainment center was widely used in the 1980s, but is being replaced by terms such as home theater system.

 
     
 
 
 
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