This is about a 1975-1978 Magnavox stereo cabinet. (It had the stereo and everything at one time I still have the speakers though).
I gutted it out 3 years ago the system fried so I decided to make a computer and stereo cabinet out of it.
Technically I just replaced the sound system the cabinet had. Although the phonograph is also gone it also died along with the tape deck I also replaced it with a Denon deck.
I replaced it with a Denon record player.
It has a glass top that you can't see but is there lol.
Now it houses an AMD Ryzen 7 3700x (My al time absolute favorite CPU) 16 GB of RAM an MSI X470 MB and a RX580 Gigabyte Video card and is going to be my secondary gaming rig.
It also has an LG Blue Ray DVD/CD RW and a Samsung SSD Drive under the LG.
There is a Denon AVR-S750H True Atmos system on the bottom hooked to some Klipsch RP-6000F and other Klipsch speakers.
I am having a hard time with updating this system to windows 11 64 bit it seems not to want to auto update yet. I had to fix a bunch of issues first too like some secure boot and I had to reformat the SSD because it was in the right format for windows 11 and the BIOS was also not set yet for windows 11 like my main rig.
I hope to have this resolved soon but till them it is windows 10 64-bit home.
Your system is almost what I treasure and mine is nearly the same. I have 4 Sansui SP2000 speakers connected to the Sansui AU999 amp and connected to the left and right speaker ports on a SoundBlaster Audigy 5. I use the Creative Music Server for my music player. I'm looking to upgrade to the Ryzen 7 5700X within the next year, but for now I'm running my old 2700X on an MSI MPG X570 Plus board. Really like your setup. I have a similar stereo cabinet but to me it seemed like it would reduce air flow and plus the fact it was just too hard to get to the computer.
That's really nice, fam. How are the temps? Looks good!