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Rackmount Ears, Brackets & Panels

There are lots of reasons to choose rack-mounted hardware for a pro audio setup. In the studio, it's just plain efficient: you can squeeze more components into less space, without needing to find a surface for everything. For a touring setup, you can stuff your gear into a road case with an interior rack, keeping it all together for fast and easy connection at every venue. Of course, like the gear layout you choose to put inside it, your rack is completely open to customization! Laying it out your way is easy to do, especially when you've geared up with a good collection of rackmount ears, brackets and panels to get the job done.

The first step to building out your ideal audio rack is to get the rack itself built and set up. Off-the-shelf racks and road cases are popular of course, but if you're a do-it-yourselfer, you might like to build your own. Start with rails like the Middle Atlantic Rack Rail, and don't forget to provide ventilation for your valuable equipment: the Avalon 1U high 19" Vent Panel and the Road Ready RRCF4 Adjustable Cooling Panel are two great examples of components that can help out with that. A homemade rack is an effective way to make an attractive built-in setup for your home studio, or a road case that's all your own.

When it comes to actually mounting the hardware, your options open up even further. If you're a Moog synthesizer fan, you can lay out expanded setups with the Moog 2-Tier Rack Kit and 3-Tier Rack Kit. Got mixers? Check out products like the Yamaha Rack Mount Kit for MG12 and MG12XU, or the Mackie Rackmount Bracket for Mackie DL1608 iPad Mixer, for an easy way to get them into your rack with custom-fitted precision.

All of these suggestions are only a few examples of what you'll find in this lineup of rackmount ears, brackets and panels. Whether you're looking to build a homemade or built-in rack from scratch, or simply to mount that sweet new piece of hardware in a rack you already have, you've come to the best place to get started. So don't wait any longer to do just that! Dive in and find your next rack expansion right here waiting for you.