Date: 06, January 2002
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neon-glowing CD tower might be just the trick for organizing a sprawling
A bright idea for
storing a growing CD collection
for late adapters who held on to vinyl records longer than everyone else,
music CD collections by now may approach critical mass, and storing and
organizing one's aural gems has become an issue.
Systems Inc.'s new Neon CD Towers are one possible solution.
least, they are for anyone who's interior decor can accommodate a tall,
brightly glowing apparatus that emits a green, red, blue, yellow or pink
no purple haze available yet, but consumers can get all five hues in a
single unit in order to color code their CDs, the California manufacturer
gives no clue on how to integrate such splashes of neon light into a
room's color scheme, but calls its storage towers "striking yet tasteful."
promotional material suggests that "these units function as both CD
storage and accent lighting that will blend in naturally with any room in
your home." The metal and wood units come in 50- or 100-CD configurations
for [$129.95] and [$149.95] plus $9.95 for each color filter kit.
currently not available in area retail stores, but those interested can
purchase the units on the VOS web site,
www.vossystems.com , or by phone: