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post #2881 of 3083 Old 12-14-2017, 04:42 PM
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My new Middle Atlantic RCS-4224 showed up today! This will be a fun project over the break
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Nice! I have the RCS-1824 on the way. Can't wait to load it up.
Arrives built. That's nice. I got a SNAP AV one and had to ikea that into a shape like this.
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It is unwrapped and in place next to my "other" rack. Vertical power strip and wire strip installed. Next week it will all come together.
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It is unwrapped and in place next to my "other" rack. Vertical power strip and wire strip installed. Next week it will all come together.


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anyone see where you can buy a AV rack like this? it originally from Netherland, but when I try to contact the maker, there is no response

https://imgur.com/a/rSUAB

alternatively, where do you find someone to custom build a wooden AV rack like this?
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anyone see where you can buy a AV rack like this? it originally from Netherland, but when I try to contact the maker, there is no response

https://imgur.com/a/rSUAB

alternatively, where do you find someone to custom build a wooden AV rack like this?
I would start by contacting some furniture makers in your area. They would have the resources, equipment and materials to make something like that. I'm guessing the original isn't cheap to purchase, and I promise a custom made rack won't be cheap either. But if that's the look you are going for, I'm not sure you have any other choices unless you want to tackle it yourself.

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what do you think the approx. cost would be?
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what do you think the approx. cost would be?


4 figures for sure.


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that much, I just drop my jaw
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For sure. There is a lot of unpainted millwork there and those custom metal parts.
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that much, I just drop my jaw
A basic Snap or MA rack is in the mid to high 3 figure. Add doors and sides that gets to four figure.
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is there some place on the interet that I can buy finished high quality wood, all painted in rectgular sizes of my choice?
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Still need to move a few things around, but this is how I'm doing with a 2 post rack. I know now I want my blu ray player lower for use, but it works for now. Just added the UPA 5 and enjoying it so far. I'll move into a 4 post soon.

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Just finished adding a few more things to my setup. Added outlaw audio amp and Sony x800 uhd player. Believe I'm done messing for a while. Can't believe it's almost full now.
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nothing fancy, but i'm happy with the results



it's just a simple shelf system, open to the crawlspace for access

messy wiring, but i wasn't going to waste time since it all had to come apart to paint anyway
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Looking for advice on rack layout. My equipment list is as follows:

C4 800 Controller
ATV 4K and Sonos Connect and DTV C61K mini
Sony PS4
Xbox One
Oppo UDP-203
DTV HR54 Genie DVR
Space
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Space
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Space
ATI AT528NC - 8Ch
Space
ATI AT543NC - 3Ch

I’m using a MA Slim5, 29U on casters and wondering if I can cram all this in 29U and have adequate ventilation. I am height limited and the 29U on the 4” casters is max height. This rack tucks into an alcove under stairs in a storage room adjacent to my theater.

My logic in putting the amps and AVR lowest as they are heaviest giving rack a low COG for max stability. I also figured it will be easy to bundle 11ch of speaker wires together into the pass-through to the theater. I also figured this would allow for relatively short interconnects between AMPs and PrePro.

I have the frame of the rack put together and the first three 4U ventilated shelves screwed in with a 1U spacer in between working from bottom up and now “analysis paralysis” is setting in. For example should I reverse the Marantz and Panamax so that HDMI and Ethernet from above don’t have to run past the panamax? But then the audio interconnects run past the Panamax to the amps.

Argh!!

Help and recommendations welcome to unlock my paralysis.

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Remember the amps give out heat so placing them low will heat all other pieces mounted higher in the rack.
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cooling fan install for my built-in-shelf based equipment?

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We want to leave the doors as-is, and leave them closed. I have an IR repeater so I'm all good when it comes to sending signals, but it's getting too warm in the enclosure and I want to put in a basic cooling fan with thermostat.

I know a simple cooling fan like an 'AC Infinity Airplane T3' fan would do the trick, but that fan (and all models like it) seem to require access on both sides of the cabinet wall, in order to install. (I want to mount the fan on the inside-back wall of my enclosure, which means I only have access to 1 side of the wall. Naturally I cannot/do-not want to mount any fans on the front doors.)


Maybe there are cooling fans that only require access from 1 side in order to mount? (but I haven't found any yet...hmmmmm)

Thx for any ideas or thoughts!

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We want to leave the doors as-is, and leave them closed. I have an IR repeater so I'm all good when it comes to sending signals, but it's getting too warm in the enclosure and I want to put in a basic cooling fan with thermostat.

I know a simple cooling fan like an 'AC Infinity Airplane T3' fan would do the trick, but that fan (and all models like it) seem to require access on both sides of the cabinet wall, in order to install. (I want to mount the fan on the inside-back wall of my enclosure, which means I only have access to 1 side of the wall. Naturally I cannot/do-not want to mount any fans on the front doors.)


Maybe there are cooling fans that only require access from 1 side in order to mount? (but I haven't found any yet...hmmmmm)

Thx for any ideas or thoughts!

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Hi Rob, I hope this gives you some ideas....
It's tough to see how much space you have behind the equipment but if you can fit the fans at the back in a "removable" enclosure.
For air to really move you need an in and an out....
Check out the drawing as I will probably fail to describe it very well
Basically two heat registers mounted to the from under the doors and using the lower part of cabinet as "ducting" to the inside of the cabinet

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Hi Rob, I hope this gives you some ideas....
It's tough to see how much space you have behind the equipment but if you can fit the fans at the back in a "removable" enclosure.
For air to really move you need an in and an out....
Check out the drawing as I will probably fail to describe it very well
Basically two heat registers mounted to the from under the doors and using the lower part of cabinet as "ducting" to the inside of the cabinet

hi, thx for the cooling ideas. Yeah, that could work! I have a space for a register as your diagram shows, didn't think of that!
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Ok. Here are mine

Here are my pics of our recently (almost) completed theater..
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Here are my pics of our recently (almost) completed theater..
very cool cabinet. Are you using an IR repeater or something?
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Show me your RACK

Anyone have any RSH shelfs without faceplates? Looking for three 2U and one 3U. Let me know. As I want to get out of my two post rack cause I have my 4 post in a box.



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very cool cabinet. Are you using an IR repeater or something?
Thank you.. it's compact which I like.
I'm not using any IR repeaters. They seem quite complex to me.

The entire room is run via ios interfaces;

1. The Blu Ray is a standard Sony unit, they have a remote app called Video & TV sideview.
2. Sound switching and control (receiver in residential terms) is a custom system that I designed and built from BSS Soundweb London integrated downstream of the Dolby decoders.
3. Lighting is Philips Hue.

I'm a sound designer for film and television and I also work in the room so I wanted the same headroom as the theatrical mix stages I work on. That meant all professional reference equipment from D to A conversion through to the monitoring system. The room is currently 7.1 and is wired for atmos - we just haven't spent the money yet on the additional components.
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Anyone have any RSH shelfs without faceplates? Looking for three 2U and one 3U. Let me know. As I want to get out of my two post rack cause I have my 4 post in a box.


I don't have any without face plates. I have one shelf with a face plate for the UPA-5 you show.

I suggest looking at Parts Express if you just need a shelf and not the face plate. Or even eBay. I've purchased several shelves for my rack without a face plate and had good luck at both sites. They are RSH equivalent but much cheaper.

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I don't have any without face plates. I have one shelf with a face plate for the UPA-5 you show.

I suggest looking at Parts Express if you just need a shelf and not the face plate. Or even eBay. I've purchased several shelves for my rack without a face plate and had good luck at both sites. They are RSH equivalent but much cheaper.
Well I want the RSH shelf only so I will be able to add the face plates later. I can buy locally standard shelves for $25-35, but after I swap them out I would have extras laying around. I don't want them to start being like car parts with me. As for the UPA I have the black trim from Gen 2 and rack ears from Emotiva and my Denon X4300H. So No need for those to be mounted on shelves. Can't beat the pricing of the rack ears for them.
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@IVRINGS I have purchased all my RSH shelves and face plates from https://www.customavrack.com/category/20-middle-atlantic-custom-rack-shelves.aspx. They used to have the best prices I could find. If I remember correctly it adds some cost of you purchase the shelf and face plate separately. Might want to bite the bullet and order them together now.

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@IVRINGS I have purchased all my RSH shelves and face plates from https://www.customavrack.com/category/20-middle-atlantic-custom-rack-shelves.aspx. They used to have the best prices I could find. If I remember correctly it adds some cost of you purchase the shelf and face plate separately. Might want to bite the bullet and order them together now.
I sent in a quote to the e-mail asking about that. The problem is in waiting to see what happens with the oppo unit if it is getting updated from what Sony did that is messing everyone up. Also I would replace my Xbox one before I spend $120-140 for a faceplate for it. So it would be buying two units and then all the shelfs it would be to much at this time with a kiddo due in the next 15-35 days.
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So many cool looking racks and I'm not even a third of the way through the thread. This thread has given me so many ideas when I finally can build my HT. Keystone speaker wire post? I would never of thought about that as an organization method.
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Where could I buy a glass front door (smoke) for my half rack?

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Where could I buy a glass front door (smoke) for my half rack?
According to google there are several places. Here is one of them: Middle Atlantic glass Door

Not sure if that door will fit your specific model since you didn't list your model. But a google search should reveal your answer.

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According to google there are several places. Here is one of them: Middle Atlantic glass Door

Not sure if that door will fit your specific model since you didn't list your model. But a google search should reveal your answer.
Awesome, thanks. I don't have a rack yet, I was considering building my own shelves then adding a glass door - do you know if that door only fits a MA rack?

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