Great audio rack. Some tips for assembly.
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Looks great, sturdy, good build quality, excellent for high-end audio components. Flexible: you can customize the spacing between shelves to accommodate components of different heights. You can also customize with add-ons. I got the casters to make it easy to move the unit when I need to access the back, and the drawer. The drawer is great for keeping small loose items organized in one place, such as carbon fiber record brush, stylus brush, small level, 45 adapter, extra cable, microfiber cloths, headphone jack adapter, cleaning solution for a record cleaning machine, and storing the remote control when not in use. You can also get a black back that hides cables; it has holes to allow cables between components on different shelves and it attaches to the back of the unit with strong Velcro. Assembly is straight-forward but a bit tedious and requires careful planning. Before assembling, measure the height of each of your components and decide how much space should go between the top of the component and the bottom of the shelf above it. Decide which component should go on the top shelf (probably your turntable if you have one), which should go on the second shelf, the third, etc. Actually putting the unit together is straightforward, but screwing the nuts on the threaded poles is tedious. It took me a total of 2 hours to assemble, including double-checking my measurements for each shelf, plus 15 minutes to assemble the drawer.
Pros: Sturdy, looks great
Cons: Assembly requires careful planning, and patience. But is worth it!