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I keep seeing this thread pop-up in the 'Active Topics' window from time to time. I don't care how popular this thread gets, y'all are not getting a cheap quickie peek at my man breasts. But I do happen to have a nice set though.

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nothing fancy, but i'm happy with the results

Hey Fierce. I love the look of your space.

What dimensions did you go with for this opening? I am thinking of doing something very similar.

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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
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DTV HR54 Genie DVR
Space
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Space
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Space
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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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You could put in a solid shelf, and use a fan panel to vent the lower amps out the back, as a separate space.
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Hey Fierce. I love the look of your space.

What dimensions did you go with for this opening? I am thinking of doing something very similar.

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it's 21" x 36"

i basically just chose the width based on the HTPC case, and height was limited by the 'half-wall' height i had to work with


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it's 21" x 36"

i basically just chose the width based on the HTPC case, and height was limited by the 'half-wall' height i had to work with
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Any good ideas out there for organizing small equipment in a rack?
For example raspberry pi, odroid, small switches, IR splitters..... etc
Given the Pi has cables coming out in every direction it makes a mess really quickly

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Any good ideas out there for organizing small equipment in a rack?
For example raspberry pi, odroid, small switches, IR splitters..... etc
Given the Pi has cables coming out in every direction it makes a mess really quickly
I use heavy duty velcro (this is the best I've found, it's rock solid) (3M Dual Lock Tape will work too) to fasten things to shelves to keep them in place. Anything that needs line of sight goes across the front, anything that doesn't need it can be placed behind. So across the front of the shelf is a nice row of my AppleTV, TiVo Mini, and the front display of my ethernet switch, and they hide the rest of the stuff.
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Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle the plate at the bottom of this rack? My plan is to cut a hole in the wall and push it up flush with the wall from the back. I'm guessing I'm just going to have to unbolt it and cut off part of the bracket?

You can kind of see what I'm referring to in this picture at the bottom of the rack. It sticks out about 8 - 10".

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Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle the plate at the bottom of this rack? My plan is to cut a hole in the wall and push it up flush with the wall from the back. I'm guessing I'm just going to have to unbolt it and cut off part of the bracket?

You can kind of see what I'm referring to in this picture at the bottom of the rack. It sticks out about 8 - 10".

A better picture wouldn't hurt. That and what make/model rack is it?

Some racks have ledges and such like that at the bottom to hold cantilever weights and such. I re-purposed an old HP tape drive rack some time ago. It had a phenomenally heavy 9 track tape drive mounted in the upper portion of the rack. Underneath the base was a 100+ pound slab of metal designed to help counteract the tipping potential for the tape drive. Scrap value on that was worth more than what I paid for the whole shebang! Another rack that previously held Sun workstation gear had a part like that for some doors.

Before you cut anything off, it'd be useful to know why it was there in the first place. That and the metal they use for racks is often seriously tough. Might take a better saw or grinder blade than you'd expect. At least if you want it to avoid looking like a hack job.
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Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle the plate at the bottom of this rack? My plan is to cut a hole in the wall and push it up flush with the wall from the back. I'm guessing I'm just going to have to unbolt it and cut off part of the bracket?

You can kind of see what I'm referring to in this picture at the bottom of the rack. It sticks out about 8 - 10".


You could simply use a 4" angle grinder from Harbor Freight to cut it off.

That cut off plate also might be re-purposed, bolted to the back rails, if you want to hang small stuff from it.

I've cut down several racks using a 4" angle grinder. over the years. My first metal av rack was 2 post computer rack, that I cut down.
I cleaned up the rack rash with the grinder, and sprayed it out in a rattle can hammered finish. The results were rather nice, so I plan to
re-purpose some older MA face plates I have, and cut new openings for newer gear I've bought. The unify all my face plates I have. I also
plan to spray out my antique art deco exit sign and Bazz Cube 30 spot lights, for my next theater. I think that should be a few alternative finishes
for what is going to be a pretty black cave of a room.

I assume you'll trim out the rack with wood moldings, but the opening could also be trimmed out with drywall metal edge channel, if you want a clean
fitted modern look. If you are doing a wood trim, I'd suggest you frame the opening, to have something to nail the trim to, in behind.

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Does anyone have any ideas on how to handle the plate at the bottom of this rack? My plan is to cut a hole in the wall and push it up flush with the wall from the back. I'm guessing I'm just going to have to unbolt it and cut off part of the bracket?

You can kind of see what I'm referring to in this picture at the bottom of the rack. It sticks out about 8 - 10".

I have that exact same rack. The outriggers can be removed. I actually just put my rack back together today. I still have the outriggers but never installed them.

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Mine is starting to come together. Dual Slim-5 29U will be bolted together. These will be going under stairs in the room adjacent to my theater.

Still waiting on my side panels and a couple storage drawers. I just bolted in the T7N intake and T7 exhaust fan kits. Super impressed with the AC Infinity products.

I welcome any suggestions before I get too much further down the line and start wiring.


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I have that exact same rack. The outriggers can be removed. I actually just put my rack back together today. I still have the outriggers but never installed them.
Just to clarify, you completely removed them? As in just unbolted them and set them to the side?
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Just to clarify, you completely removed them? As in just unbolted them and set them to the side?
That is correct. Actually my outriggers (both bottom and top) have never been installed. They just sit in the bottom section in case I ever sell the rack and the person wants them. I would think if you put a ton of weight up top and very little weight at the bottom you could install the outriggers for added balance. but I've had about 350 lbs of equipment loaded in the rack and never had an issue with stability.

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That is correct. Actually my outriggers (both bottom and top) have never been installed. They just sit in the bottom section in case I ever sell the rack and the person wants them. I would think if you put a ton of weight up top and very little weight at the bottom you could install the outriggers for added balance. but I've had about 350 lbs of equipment loaded in the rack and never had an issue with stability.
Awesome. Thanks! Now I just have to figure out if I want to cut a hole in the wall the size of the rack when I only have about 12 - 14U of equipment right now.
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Here's an update on the rack pic I posted a few months ago. Construction is 3/4" birch, with a face frame of white pine. I used Benjamin Moore "Aura" Matte black for the finish. The theatre is an ATMOS 7.1.4 build with two Paradigm 3200 DSP subs, Paradigm speakers, and the Denon AVR-X4400 + older Denon AVR-2310 to provide the full 11 channels.

The theatre in November, a few months back:



and as of last night...still lots of work to do, but things are coming together.






The pile of wire is more or less organized back there!





Backing into the HVAC room hides all the wiring quite nicely, but provides easy access to the back of the rack. I do have to add a layer of 5/8" drywall to fire rate the assembly..
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Here's an update on the rack pic I posted a few months ago. Construction is 3/4" birch, with a face frame of white pine. I used Benjamin Moore "Aura" Matte black for the finish. The theatre is an ATMOS 7.1.4 build with two Paradigm 3200 DSP subs, Paradigm speakers, and the Denon AVR-X4400 + older Denon AVR-2310 to provide the full 11 channels.

The theatre in November, a few months back:



and as of last night...still lots of work to do, but things are coming together.






The pile of wire is more or less organized back there!





Backing into the HVAC room hides all the wiring quite nicely, but provides easy access to the back of the rack. I do have to add a layer of 5/8" drywall to fire rate the assembly..
Very nice!!!!
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Here's my rack. I'm fortunate to have a good friend that also enjoys woodworking.
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Updated mine to a 4 post rack. So much nicer looking and flush front is great. Need some more blocking panels and power system. Going to run a new 20 amp circuit for amp and AVR.

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Thank you. With the Datasat gear my room has never sounded better!
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How do I get educated on how to mount consumer A/V gear in a rack? Is there a good place to start? thanks,



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Middle Atlantic sells faceplates for most gear, and other than that it’s just shelves. If your gear is 3RU high, get a 3RU shelf. Pretty basic.


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Did you frame out that opening from the other side any better? You don’t want to just slice a stud like that and not frame your opening out...


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Got it, thanks.
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Not sure what thread to post in, but had another quick question:

Will a Middle Atlantic shelf work in a Sanus rack?
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Will a Middle Atlantic shelf work in a Sanus rack?
Most racks are the industry standard of 19" and most shelfs and accessories also fit that 19" industry standard.

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Seeing a lot of custom made racks here. Any ideas to custom make an acoustic rack ? I found one company in my city that makes acoustic racks reducing to level to upto 30db but seems to be almost 4500$ in my country's money.
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