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    Is there a audio rack available that can support 100lbs per shelve, or will I have to go with separate amp stands?Thanks

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    Yes there are several,
    Mid Alantic rack systems are custom racks,Industral lookin.I own 2 of them and I plan on getting at least one of them out if not both.I have a 72 inch and a 60 inch.You can buy HEAVY shelves for it.I have standard shelves as we speak.It cna be installed in a wall,and the 60 inch has casters on the bottom.I'll snap a pic of them to give you an Idea what they look like.
    Another company that can support 100lbs is Salamander.There stands are my personal favorite,and the reason I'm getting out my mid alantic racks.There shelves are fully adjustabl meaning they have slide casters that lock anywhere you want them via an allenkey.Sweat looking and fully custom.
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    Any chance you are going to be selling those bad boys???

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    nellis8166,
    as a matter of fact yes.I'm gonna sell em both.They are in good condition.I'll snap some pics so you can see what they look like.
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    Please do Mantis, I'm in the market for a nice rack...audio that is...hehe....
    If you want to email me the pics my addy is:
    nellis8166@yahoo.com
    Or you can post them here...whatever is easiest for you. Thanks!!

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    I see your in New York,
    the state or city?It's about an 2 hour drive from here to NYC.

    I'll get some pics for you here and I'll send you the punch via email.
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    I'm in Buffalo Mantis, way upstate...about six hours from the city. You are in PA correct??? Parts of PA are real close to me...others are not. That's kind of a stupid statement...anyway depending on where you are it might not be that far...

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    Buffalo huh,
    I was up your way about 3 years ago when I visited B&K headquarters for training.I saw Buffalo's all over the place.I was told some art group made them and placed them all over the city.The food was good up there as well.

    I'm just north of Philly and 4 minutes from New Jersey.Yomarrow I will clear the racks and snap some pic's.If you like them,I'll give you a great deal on both,or one depending what you want.
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    Originally posted by nellis8166
    I'm in the market for a nice rack...audio that is...hehe....-N
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    Glad you caught it yourself nellis...

    Very tempted to post some pix, but HOS has been busy enough as it is...
    More later,
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    OK here's a pic of the rack
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    here's the back,it has a lockable door,I opened it so you can see.
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    here's a quick look what it will look like with some gear installed.
    I had some Rotel gear that I put in there for you to see.Wire is Transparent.
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    Lock on the front and an open back...

    Mantis,
    Looks like you're rigged for "surround vision" with all those pull-downs you have... :)
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    Tour the front is open and the back has a door with a lock.The rack is made to go inside the wall,threw it as it is over 24inches deep
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    OK here's my old preamp installed on the top shelf,so you can get the idea.The shelves are fully adjustable and you can buy custom faceplate to make everything look built in.They have vented face plates for amps and such.
    These are what you see in the home theater interior magazines in theater rooms with the gear in the wall.I also have a taller one.I'll go snap a pic of it.
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    I'm not sure that that makes more sense or not... but WTH it was mostly a SMaR to begin with...

    anyway, they look industrial strength, like computer shelving for servers and such.

    What brand did you move to?
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    I own a Bello and I'm getting that out as well.I'm getting a Salamader 40 inch top and a 30 inch bottom modular silver and black with casters.I like the Salamander due to the fact they are a prettier looking rack not to mention I want to install it in the wall with the silver bars going up and down the sides.Very impressive,expensive like everything else but worth it.
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    ok here's the last pics for today.the taller rack.I have stuff all over it,where moving so we have stuff out on the back porch ready for takeoff.
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    And yes up top of the pic is some Kimber 8tc wire.I got all kinds of wire and things in there.But you get the idea how big it is compared to the other rack,which I put back on the porch and put my stuff back in it.
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    Actually it was the "popcorn maker" that caught my eye...:D
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    Sorry Tourma,
    that won't be for sale untill I get my life size Popper.It's such a cool little hot air popper,like just like the real thing.
    Dan
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