OmniMount Increases Furniture Offerings with Audio Towers and Video Tables for Home Theater Applications

OmniMount introduces a collection of distinct furniture pieces designed to offer retailers and consumers a variety of home theater furniture options from audio towers to video tables, ranging in styles from open to fully-enclosed.

Phoenix, AZ - August 16, 2011 - OmniMount is bringing to market a class of distinct furniture pieces designed to offer retailers and consumers a variety of home theater furniture options. The collection consists of three audio towers and eight video tables, in a range of styles and finishes from open to enclosed and techy to traditional. OmniMount, the global leader in consumer and commercial A/V furniture and mounting solutions, continues to bring innovative furniture solutions to market with its latest introductions.

The Elements AT and Verona AT audio towers are extensions of the popular Elements and Verona Series' and offer complementary solutions for gear -heavy setups. The Elements AT has a high gloss black open architecture design with interchangeable wood accents offering four color options (high gloss black, cherry, brushed stainless steel and walnut). The Verona AT is a high gloss black semi -enclosed tower for managing and partially concealing multiple components, with curved edges for elegance and use against a wall or in a corner. The Axis AT audio tower is a fully -enclosed component storage solution that acts more like a rack, with the ability to house many components in a look suitable for a more traditional family room.

The latest video table solutions include the Modena Series, Torino 55, Forte Series, Axis VT and Captiva pieces. The Modena Series consists of three models: Modena 37T for TVs up to 47" and 80 pounds, and Modena 47T and Modena 55T for TVs up to 55" and 100 pounds. Each comes in two color options to complement newer TVs: high gloss black with black glass or brushed aluminum with black glass. The pieces have added height for use in bedrooms and the Modena 55 has a wider base for increased component storage. The Torino 55 joins the Torino Series of pedestal video tables and accommodates TVs up to 65" and 100 pounds. The semi -enclosed oval design manages and partially conceals components. The Forte Series of contemporary tables cater to a softer aesthetic, built from espresso wood and glass. The Forte 40 accommodates TVs up to 47" and 80 pounds, and the Forte 50 fits TVs up to 55" and 80 pounds. The Axis VT is a fully -enclosed video table that supports TVs up to 55" and 125 pounds. The Captiva50 has an open architecture, angled design meant to accommodate multiple components while supporting low profile TVs up to 55" and 80 pounds on the slim top shelf.

"Our latest furniture pieces are a direct reflection of what's happening in the industry. Consumers are adding to their home theaters with gaming systems and multiple component systems," said Zach Eyman, general manager of furniture for OmniMount. "Since furniture is such a personal choice, our video tables and audio towers complement one another and come in styles that are functional and family room friendly."

All furniture tables and audio towers are now available and shipping, with the exception of the Captiva50, which will be available in Q1, 2012. MSRPs: Elements AT $329.95, Verona AT $299.95, Axis AT $279.95, Modena 37T $149.95, Modena 47T $199.95, Modena 55T $249.95, Torino 55 $299.95, Forte 40 $199.95, Forte 50 $199.95 and Axis VT $279.95.

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About OmniMount
OmniMount is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of A/V mounting and furniture solutions for residential home entertainment and commercial applications. A perennial innovator, OmniMount has set industry standards for over three decades with groundbreaking in -house design and engineering, premium quality and unsurpassed reliability. Whether it's a small speaker, a large flat panel display, or anything in between, OmniMount has the right mounting solution for every job. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, OmniMount currently is represented in more than 67 countries.

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