REEL TIME THEATRE
B&K 7270 amplifier
Polk SWA-500 Subwoofer amplifier
Pioneer Elite 50"
Subs-Twin Polk CSW200
RABBIT HOLE RIG
VTL MB-450 Signature monoblock
Wolcott Presence monoblock
Musical Fidelity kW SACD
Rega P25/RB600/Clearaudio Aurum Beta
Sound Lab Millenium ELS
MIT S1/3 cables
Shunyata/PS Audio/Virtual Dynamics Power Cords
Everthing Matters...Tubes Rule...and It's Over until it's Not Over
With me I have major budget constrainsts.The first rack I had was a refurbished sony stack shelf w/ a glass door. I removed the door and took off the hinged top and this worked for me for quite a while .Price paid 0.Now since I've gone on to 2-chl gear also I needed a larger rack which I built myself out of angle irons, L brackets and sanded 3/4 ply.All painted matte black and it has kind
of an erector set look but it's solid and works for me. Yes if I had boatloads of cash I would go for some decorator design system.
I have two Lovan racks that originally cost $700 but I got them for around $200 each on sale. The shelves are not far enough apart for my large Adcom amps so the amps sit on the floor. I read some ads for expensive racks that claim to reduce vibrations and improve SQ but they never provide any objective information. I think I'll put a glass of water on one rack to see how it vibrates. If it's not strong enough to stir a Martini I won't worry about it.
Sounds like a mission for the DarqueKnight!
TO ERR IS HUMAN. TO FORGIVE IS CANINE.
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