Does Anyone own VTI audio rack?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Brian Barnesky, Sep 14, 2003.

  1. Brian Barnesky

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    I liked the looks of this rack ( http://www.racksandstands.com/asp/sh...d=4#additional ) and was going to pick it up but am a bit hesitant of the build quality of this company. (Based on weight and price I guess).

    I was looking to see if anyone owns one of these or has seen one.

    The bottom shelf is 9" clear. Is that enough for a 7"" h power amplifier to add to my system in the future? (Bryston or anthem....etc)

    How do you guys handle moving a set up rack w/ spikes to make new connections on hardwood floors? I saw floor slider suggestion somewhere.

    Thanks....Brian
     
  2. Brian Barnesky

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    OK.......sense NOBODY knows ANYTHING about these I'm gonna re-phrase my question. [​IMG]

    Will I regret a audio rack with spikes on all shelves and feet?
     
  3. Gabriel_Lam

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    I have this VTI one:

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    It's built pretty well. The only bad thing about it is the rubber rings (which that you you were looking at doesn't have). It's built solid though. I have a SERIOUSLY heavy Adcom GFA-7807 in there.

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    It weighs in at around 120lbs I think. Rack easily supports it.
     
  4. Brian Barnesky

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    Thanks for the great photo!

    I like that one as well. It's in my top 5.

    I'm just hesitant with the one I'm looking at since all the shelves are seperate instead of one unit. I have never seen a rack like this in person yet and hopefully someone has seen it.

    Thanks all....b
     

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