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In Reply to: RE: Pass INT-60: how to place in the room? posted by OneFish on March 18, 2017 at 16:25:46
I'd get a new rack. If it fits the budget get one specifically for audio with thicker shelves, some have vibration control.
I recently picked up a rack from a company called VTI, their Pro series has 3/4 inch shelves and deep enough for your amp. They look good and sort of modular as they stack. Assembly was a breeze. The metal poles are silver or back, shelves have a variety of colors.
VTI may or may not have the vibration/isolation of like a Solid Steel or similar. I like the look better though. It holds my Levinson & Pass set up well enough.
But I don't know what other equipment you have. There's a company in the UK that makes nice wood racks. They are "prefab", so the shipment is not bulky, but probably not cheap. They customize, as well, but may still be a relatively inexpensive option, compared to what is available in the US (+ shipping).
Nice looking stand/rack products from the British company. Makes me want to fire up the tools and make something like that.
I appreciate all of the input. I am super excited to hear how this beast sounds. Years ago, I built a Pass A-75 from scratch and was blown away by the quantum leap from mass-market electronics. Unfortunately, it eventually blew up, but the memories are good.
Pledged to report back after getting it installed next week, photos will be included.
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