An audio component cabinet is designed specifically to hold audio equipment. It will typically have shelves or racks that are adjustable to accommodate different-sized components, and it may have a door or cover to conceal the equipment when it is not in use. A stereo cabinet, on the other hand, is not specifically designed for audio equipment. It may have shelves that are adjustable or removable to accommodate different items, but it is not typically as well-suited for holding audio components as an audio component cabinet.
Another difference between these two types of cabinets is their appearance. An audio component cabinet typically has a more streamlined look, while a stereo cabinet may be more decorative or ornate.
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