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I am doing a dedicated HT in a new home that is about a month from completion. The builder and I decided to go with an in-wall equipment rack. However, so far, the rack area is simply a recessed, sheetrocked area where all of my wiring terminates. with a rear access door :) (see attached photo).


I can either have the builder build in adjustable wooden shelves or I can have him leave it empty and put in my own rack. I was leaning toward doing my own rack since it seems like it provides more flexibility. I have seen the Middle Atlantic Slim 5 series of racks and they would do well from a size perspective, but they seem to be intended more for equipment closets (out of view). Does anyone have suggestions for "affordable" racks that look less "industrial" for an in-wall application or should I just have the builder do shelves?
 

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you can do the wooden one like shown here: http://www.mindspring.com/~greggz/Ho...s/image029.jpg


what you would do on the inside of the area in each four corners is put one of these:
http://www.chown.com/cgi-bin/lansaweb?PROCFUN+HP1466+HP1466P+HDW+FUNCPARMS+ZXMLNR(S0100) : 0000000000+ZXSRNR(S0070):0002507+ZXVWCD(S0010):1+ZXCFCD(S001 0):0


so those rods would go in each corner then you would added the clips shown here: http://www.chown.com/cgi-bin/lansaweb?PROCFUN+HP1466+HP1466P+HDW+FUNCPARMS+ZXMLNR(S0100) : 0000000000+ZXSRNR(S0070):0008097+ZXVWCD(S0010):1+ZXCFCD(S001 0):0


and with that setup you'd have a fully adjustable wooden equipment rack, its more eye pleasing and has a better WAF.


- Josh
 

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