I’ve ordered a few rack fames yesterday for next-day delivery oh, well it hasn’t turned up yet maybe tomorrow.
x2 24U frame for 19” rack mounting along with a few bags of nuts washers and plastic washers for rack isolation and screws. What I hope to achieve is to build with timbre framing as the support then cover it with a thin layer of MDF sheeting around this area that I have marked out in the image, shouldn’t take more than a day and bit, because the rack farming needs to be precise for framing. I’ll also order at a later date rack tracks to place.
Pioneer laserdisc player CLD-1750 and CLD-2950 also additional rack trays for Sony DVD player Pioneer DVD player and Cello DVD-RW player and recorder.
There should be room to support Kenwood KRF-X9050D THX select with additional Dolby decoding processing Yamaha DSR-70Pro and Yamaha DSP-100
DCX2496 loudspeaker management crossover system at least three will be installed by the end of installation, while only one is being used at present time.
DEQ2496 multiplex of x5 will be packed into the rack if I feel the need to remove one or two items from the rack when installing the equipment, as this is my first time using professional rack mounting techniques but I catch on fast.
AVR is mealy used as decider to support Dolby digital dts and additional inputs and outputs to laserdisc and DVD.
Whilst placed in bedroom will house the amplifiers Alesis RA300 two are now in present use while I need x4 more and x1 Alesis RA500 this isn’t all going to happen over-night this is going to take months of building it together.
If you care to notice that there is a chimney breast in the room so the rest of the wall will be sorted, not a huge issue just minor cosmetic design to make it look as if its all one sidewall in the end, hopefully.Oh, there's just one other thing.
I forget to mention you see the computer, well there is a power mains point behind it. Also I’ll drill into the wall or lower skirting board which is only about 5” rule of thumb. I’ll then place plastic pipe in the various holes cut to size, then I can feed the cables from the DCX2496 though the hole to the Alesis RA300-RA500 on the other side with loudspeaker cable coming though a different hole in bundles then tracking-off into different locations around the room.
Something like 300 feet that I have calculated for the 15 feet length room by 10 feet around the width area, this will all be hidden in cable trunking placed around the room with easy to get to means.
Cable for LF and HF LCR fronts
Cable for sub bass extension
Cable for LFE.1 only!
Cable for sidewall surround arrays
Cable for rear back surround arrays
Cable for matrix height surround arrays
And that’s that.