About the BDI Corridor 8177
Stylish storage for your home theater system
Stylish storage for your home theater system
The center drawer offers plenty of room for smaller accessories. The upper shelf runs the length of the cabinet to accommodate your sound bar.
The BDI Corridor 8177 was designed to hold your large flat-panel TV, sound bar, and other audio/video components in an attractive cabinet. This retro-modern piece of furniture features louvered doors with chocolate walnut finish, and a durable, micro-etched glass cabinet top. The Corridor 8177 supports a flat-panel TV with a screen size of up to 70" and weighing up to 150 lbs.
Store up to 9 components
The cabinet features two side compartments for your components, plus a center drawer for smaller accessories. The top half of the cabinet is open the length of the piece, giving you plenty of room for a long sound bar. Or you can use that space to house up to three separate components.
Concealed ventilation slots keep your gear running cool, even with the doors closed. Hidden wheels built into the steel frame let you easily move the cabinet away from the wall for cleaning your system or hooking up a new component.
- for use with flat-panel TVs up to 70"
- three-component-wide design stores 6-9 components
- real wood construction
- cabinet top
- black micro-etched glass top
- supports up to 150 lbs.
- 65"W x 20-1/4"D
- left and right side compartments:
- interior dimensions: 17-1/4"W x 8-1/2"H x 18-1/4"D (each)
- bottom shelf weight capacity: 75 lbs. (each)
- center drawer:
- 23-1/4"W x 7-3/8"H x 14-1/4"D
- weight capacity: 40 lbs.
- solid walnut louvered doors
- removable back panels
- ventilation to keep components cool
- black steel legs with built-in hidden casters
- 65"W x 28-1/4"H x 20-1/4"D
- weight: 132 lbs.
- warranty: 3 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 705176817758
BDI Corridor 8177 reviews
This is my second BDI piece purchased via Crutchfield; definitely worth every penny! This item has just the right amount of space to include a Panamax 5400 power manager together with a Denon receiver, Xbox, surround bar, and other small components with room to spare. Sleek black glass-top resists fingerprint smears and dust together with the louvered spacing that adds ample air flow to the components within (a must in AZ). If this piece was 2-5 inches wider, this would go well with a 75" television. The only suggestion is to make the center drawer optional or removable as the black background of the drawer is visible when sitting directly in front of the unit which breaks up the louvered look. Overall, a fantastic product!
Pros: Ample space Sleek look Great design Sturdy construction Hidden wheels make for easy access to back panel Dust and fingerprint resistant
Cons: If this piece was 2-5 inches wider, this would be ideal to go with a 75" television (not necessarily a negative). Suggestion is to make the center drawer optional or removable as the black background of the drawer is visible when sitting directly in front of the unit, breaking up the louvered look a bit.
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This is a really well built (heavy) piece of furniture. I say furniture instead of just a 'stand' because it both looks and feels like something you'll want to keep for decades. The hardware and build are top quality, it's well designed for being flexible and usable with your electronics. Good placement of passthroughs for cables and air vents allow a lot of flexibility in how you arrange the inside. A couple of things that aren't clear here or even on BDIs website: The top shelf does is divided in 3 sections but the dividers don't go all the way to the front which allows an up to 9" deep Speaker to go the whole width of the cabinet. Or up to 3 full depth sections. I have a Yamaha YSP-1100 in it. This is the ONLY closed unit I found that that beast would fit in. Although the open slats do allow an IR remote to work with everything closed - it's not easy because you have to get the angle just right for each component. Glass doors are much much easier from that perspective. But these are far more attractive. I'm probably going to get a harmony hub to just avoid the frustration which means we could have just bought a solid front cabinet for the sides but then we couldn't have put the speaker inside which really cleans up the look. The smoked glass top is beautiful, but is a fingerprint magnet. The entire center panel is a drawer front that pulls straight out and the bottom half of it has removable dividers in a drawer that is just rig
Pros: Great build and hardware Open configuration inside Slat front for remote use
Cons: Slat front for remote use not quite what you might think Drawer in center great for useability but difficult for kids to open because of weight.
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I love my cabinet. It arrived in perfect condition. When I spoke with Buck before I purchased my corridor 8177 he was so helpful. The little assembly that was needed was easy.
Pros: Well built piece of furniture.
Cons: The only thing I would change with the design of my corridor 8177 would not have the middle drawer. I would prefer a area that I could put another stereo component or use as store. Not crazy about drawer.
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More details on the BDI Corridor 8177
Features & specs
|Color||Charcoal Stained Walnut|
|Number of Shelves||4|
|Number of Adjustable Shelves||---|
|Number of Drawers||1|
|Built-in Cooling Fan||---|
|Stand Weight Limit||390 lbs|
|TV Shelf Weight Limit||150 lbs|
|TV Shelf Width||65|
|TV Shelf Depth||20-1/4|
|Parts Warranty||3 years|
|Labor Warranty||3 years|
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