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Old 16th November 2002
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🎧 15 years
equipment racks

Having installed our new console temporarily on a solid core door slab resting on whatever furniture was available, we are now looking for something more appropriate. Due to a shortage of rack space, we would like to support the door slab on two +/- 30" high equipment racks. We are more than satisfied with heavy duty racks that look like industrial equipment; we don't have any need for cute studio furntiture. But we would like the racks to have front AND rear rack rails and be constructed so that supporting a 100LB+ console and several nearfield monitors and the upper bodyweight of a few engineers doesn't cause any problems. Open frame metal racks would be fine; but the ones that have front and rear rack rails and are strong enough for our combined load, tend to be very expensive, like $500ea. The heavy duty Middle Atlantic models are typical - they look pretty basic, but they cost more than many hardwood trimmed models. Any suggestions for super-solid, but very simple and moderately priced racks that are around 14 to 16 RU high?


Old 27th May 2011
Gear Head
🎧 10 years
So did you find the rack you were looking for? I'd like to see it. The rack I mean.
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