Home Entertainment Furniture
A stereo console (or “console stereo,” as it was sometimes referred to) is a stereo system that includes audio components (such as a stereo record changer, tape deck, and stereo FM radio) housed in a stand-alone cabinet, as was popular in the 1960s and early 1970s. A stereo consolette (as named by one of its manufacturers at the time, Delmonico/Civico) is a smaller, more compact stereo console that typically stands on splayed legs.
A console television is a television set that is housed in a cabinet similar to a stereo console. Console televisions were manufactured for much longer than stereo consoles, with units produced throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s before being replaced by flat-screen televisions.
Chairs for Video Games
A gaming chair is a type of chair that is designed specifically for the comfort of gamers.  They are distinguished from most office chairs by their high backrest, which is designed to support the upper back and shoulders.
Speaker takes a seat.
Speaker stands are stands on which loudspeakers are placed with the aim of improving the quality of sound from the speaker.