The Raxxess Black Oak Studio Rack features the simplest of designs. These economy racks are black oak laminate over 5/8" medium density fiberboard. They provide a very economical yet attractive means ... Read More
The Raxxess Black Oak Studio Rack features the simplest of designs. These economy racks are black oak laminate over 5/8" medium density fiberboard. They provide a very economical yet attractive means for rack mounting audio gear in home studios or smaller installations. Assembly hardware and 11-gauge steel rack rails are provided. Logo panels shown are not included.
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I got the 16U rack. It was very easy to build. It's strong and looks great in my home studio. I bought casters from a hardware store so it's easy to turn around when I need to patch cables in the back. Since they don't put the sizes here, the 16 space is: D-15.9' H-29.6 W-20.38'. The only thing that wasn't smooth was getting the screws in, but i switched to an electric screwdriver and it did the trick. Bottom line, excellent product!
This is a nice rack that looks good but is difficult to assemble. The wood panels are held together with really long wood screws and the pilot holes may be a little too small because it is impossible to assemble by hand. I had to use a power drill and even it stalled-out. I was also worried that the screw heads would strip with all of the force needed to get them installed. Once assembled it is very sturdy.
I mounted this 8-U rack cabinet into a space underhanging my mixing desk stand - it looks great, seems sturdy and represents good value for money. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it and would certainly buy another.
This is a simple design and works as it should. I was thinking of building (or having built) some custom desktop rack boxes for my home studio. I needed two 4U boxes to go side-by-side, and these fit the bill. I connected them together with screws and T-nuts and they look like one piece. I added rails in the rear to hold power strips and blank panels and popped some 3" holes in the bottom to go through the work surface (for cabling). It's ended up looking very professional and for far cheaper than going the custom route. They assembled easily and the directions were clear (not that you really need them...)
I bought the 20u version of this product, and while putting it together, I had this overwhelming feeling that the unit was extremely flimsy, but as soon as this guy was put together, I was SO impressed at how sturdy and solid it is. Elegant, to the point, and extremely classy-looking. I don't regret it one bit, this has become the focal-point of my setup. After seeing the 20u unit in person, I can imagine the 4u version looking incredible in the right setting. No wheels, no extra things, just a no-nonsense stand that gets the job done.
This was not the first Raxxess product I have bought. I purchased this specifically to match one I purchased about a year ago. It's an excellent rack, especially considering its low price. It takes about 20 minutes to assemble. All you need is a Phillips screwdriver. It's reasonably solidly made. I would not hesitate to purchase another one in the future.
I bought the 16U rack and I gotta say its amazing. Its very easy to install (Better have good handstrength though ), it holds many of my rackmount hardware really well and I use the top as a mixer stand so that saved me money. Recommended? Definitely.
This rack has a great looking finish on the panels and fits nicely on my desk due to it's small size; I have the 4-space rack. I would definitely recommend it!
Particle board maybe, but the black (oak veneer) grain finish is great. Unit Comes with hardware (front mounting rails and screws). You'll need to get Raxxess screws to mounting your gear. It would be nice, but the unit does not include rear mounting rails. The back is open.