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Re: Close-up on Right Rack

Posted by betat on August 7, 2005 at 06:32:48:

What is the back of the cabinet made of? Is it solid wood, veneer or just fiberboard?
You could cut away parts of the back, low in each cubby so it is right behind each componant, and run all the cords in back of the cabinet.
You may also want to switch from twist ties to zip ties. The only downside is when you want to make changes, they have to be cut off.
I have a Sound Organization rack for my equipement and because it is metal with glass shelves, I have cords zip tied to one another and the frame of the rack. Makes it very easy to pull the rack out if I need to tweek something in back.
Just some suggestions, good luck