Billy Bags



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Billy Bags is one of the first high-end custom A/V furniture companies, for the last 20 years Billy Bags has produced some of the most creative and interesting solutions in the category.

Founded in 1987, initially with bean-bag chair and ottoman designs, Billy Bags now sells P furniture, TV stands, amp stands, gear racks, and AV component stands. Traditionally Billy Bags stands and racks are metal with glass/cracked glass-laminate shelving, though wood and black finishes are available on some products. The tubing can be sand-filled to reduce resonance.

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HomeTheaterReview.com's Billy Bags product reviews include:

Billy Bags McIntosh racks
Billy Bags AV equipment stands

Similar companies include Sanus, Salamander Designs, Middle Atlantic, and BDI.

Email: billy@billybags.com


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