I’ve got a spare Atacama two shelf rack no longer in use. It’s 105W, 55D and 33H. If it’s of any interest i could get it to Scalford for a AA/Wam taxi possibly… It’s got a few marks, and a chip to one of the glass shelves, but fine apart from that.
Ask Mrs Horace what is acceptable, then get on to Stump Furniture and have them build what you need within the acceptable design tolerances you have been given. It’ll cost you an extra £300 if you push the boat out.
Otherwise, convert the garage and recreate the Piper Alpha using Mana stands under your system in your new man cave/cell of loneliness. This might be very expensive…
Thanks, but I’m getting rather bored of thinking about furniture. I mean, looking for a tonearm or a pair of speakers is fun - exciting even. But racks are dull.
Beginning to wonder if something from Ikea might be good enough. Plenty of fancy hifi racks about if you want to spend a fortune on nicely finished oak, but my heart’s not in it. I’d rather have a new arm or cartridge.
Is the whole ‘isolation’ thing a myth? Not sure I’m convinced (turntable supports excepted).
Ha! Yes, it would.
Mrs Horace doesn’t want boring though. She wants a perfect meeting of form and function - one which magically removes any indication that the beautiful piece of furniture houses anything as dull as hifi.