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Sanus CASH22

Vented, rack-mounted shelf for two components

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Overview

Our take on the Sanus CASH22

The shelf fits in your Sanus component rack, and is 3-1/2" high. The shelf's durable powder-coated finish resists scratches. Ventilation slots help keep air moving and your component cool. Cable openings in the back provide access points for you to run and secure your wire.

What's in the Box:

  • Black vented rack-mount shelf (2U height)
  • 18" Hook-and-loop strap (2 pieces)
  • Plastic shelf stop

Product Highlights:

  • rack-mountable component shelf
  • designed to hold 2 standard-height components
  • weight capacity: 50 lbs.
  • durable powder-coated finish
  • rack mount screws not included
  • ventilation slots in shelf allow passive air circulation
  • cable access points in back provide places to thread and secure connections
  • 19"W x 3-1/2"H x 18-1/4"D
  • warranty: 60 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
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What's in the box?

  • Black vented rack-mount shelf (2U height)
  • 18" Hook-and-loop strap (2 pieces)
  • Plastic shelf stop

Product Research

Features

Overview: The CASH22-B1 is a vented rack-mount shelf for your A/V components, designed for the Sanus Foundations Component Series racks. It features solid, one-piece construction and a stylish powder-coated black finish. The shelf fits into a standard 19" equipment rack, and takes up two units (2U) of rack space. The shelf provides a 17-1/4"-wide x 18"-deep area for your components.

Note: The shelf does not include rack screws (requires 10-32 x 3/4" screws).

Ventilation: The rear portion of the rack shelf has twenty 1/4"-wide vents to keep your components operating at the optimal temperature.

Wire Management: The shelf has multiple slots along the sides and rear edge to help you organize and secure the cables.

Security: Included with the rack shelf are two 18" hook-and-loop straps and a shelf stop to keep your equipment from shifting within the A/V rack.

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I needed additional shelving based on my components [ Chris  Mar 06, 2016 ]

1 question already asked

I earlier said I had the XMC-1 on a 3 U and that was not correct I actually have it on a this 2U rack. I'm sure this 2U would hold it but I bet it will bend down a lot which you don't want. I feel that a 3U minimum and or find a 4U mount as your amp is heavy, I have the XPA-7 mounted up and it works well in the 15U Sanus rack but no way would it work on the 2U and the 3 I bet would bend but it weighs 100 lbs. [ David  Mar 01, 2016 ]
According to Sanus cash22 specs, the maximum weight is 50 lbs. [ Mark  Mar 01, 2016 ]
I think that it would. [ WADE  Mar 01, 2016 ]