This page is a bit outdated, but some day I’ll add my current setup. If you’re only looking to use a few consoles and RGB monitor on one “gaming station”, the RGB Cart is still an excellent solution.
This page shows off the different video game carts I’ve built. I find them to be a great way to store all my old video game systems in one place, in a way that doesn’t take up much space. Admittedly, this part of the website is showing off a bit, however if you’d like to set up an RGB monitor and some retro consoles, using my “cart” method is actually extremely space-conscious. I invite you to take a look at each cart and feel free to follow a similar method to what I’ve done.
If you build your own, please email me with pictures. I’d love to put up a “Friend’s Collection” section and share everyone’s setup! I’ll post pictures of any unique setup you have: Rolling carts, entertainment centers, game collections: As long as you’re doing it in a unique and interesting way, I want pictures!
I use this for my 32″ BVM and 39″ Mitsubishi Megaview (both with legs removed to dispurse the weight evenly across the shelf). The dimensions listed are slightly off though and they don’t take the space between the poles into account. Here’s the actual dimensions in inches: 15 3/4 deep by 33 1/4 wide between poles, 35 3/4 high with wheels on: http://www.amazon.com/TRINITY-EcoStorage-3-Tier-Chrome-Cart/dp/B008ALBHWQEDIT: Someone pointed out that the Trinity’s are cheap knockoffs and the originals are actually built for carrying much more weight (bigger castors too)! I haven’t tried them yet, but if you’re interested, here’s the original (I think): http://metroshelving.net/products_wall_wire_solid_office_shelving_carts_racks_md_de_pa_va_dc.php?id=9385This is what I use for storage shelves. Once again, the dimensions listed aren’t 100% accurate, which made it hard to squeeze all the boxes in; They won’t fit between the poles without cutting the back off the lids. Here’s the actual dimensions in inches 15 3/4 deep by 45 3/4 wide between poles, 76 3/4 high with wheels on: : http://www.amazon.com/TRINITY-EcoStorage-6-Tier-Shelving-72-Inch/dp/B008ALBDFWI use this for my 20″ monitors. It’s a bit high at 24 3/4 inches (with wheels on), but not enough to make it uncomfortable. For someone my height, I’d prefer it about two inches shorter, so it’s eye level when sitting on my couch: http://www.amazon.com/Luxor-Multipurpose-W26E-Shelves-Height/dp/B008KYN51E