Q: Are the front of the racks straight or are the fronts curved? The photos make it hard to tell, but looks like the fronts are concave?
A: The top and bottom have about a 1/2 inch deep arch across the front.
Q: I have a pair of Adam A77x and wanna put them on top, how much weight can the racks hold?
A: The Adam Monitors are about 28 pounds each. These racks are capable of holding up to 150 pounds.
Q: Could you make the black out rack in a 5 space?
A: We pre-cut the parts for these racks out in bulk. We do not have the capability to customize the sizes in the black out series. We can make you a 5U rack from solid wood. Please send us a message through the contact page for a custom quote.
Q: outside dimensions?
A: See the specifications tab for these dimensions.
Q: Is this a standard outboard gear size, to accommodate a Focusrite octopre?
A: These are for standard 19 inch rack gear. Yes, the Focusrite Octopre will mount in this rack.
Q: How deep are your black racks?
A: These racks are 14 inches deep, with approximately 12-1/2 inches of usable racking depth. The only choices are number of rack units on this model.
I have a few quick questions regarding the 12u Blackout Rack.
Is there anything obstructing the rear at the bottom? I’ve noticed some manufacturers add a support piece at that location but the gear I plan to store in the rack will stick out beyond the depth of it.
I’d like to add castors to the rack. Is that possible through you or would I need to source them on my own? Thanks for your time.
A: There is nothing obstructing the bottom of the rack. Other manufacturers do this to add some rigidity to the rack. We assume that you know things will be a little loose feeling until you screw your gear into the rails.
We have caster packs you can add to your order, here: https://www.audiorax.com/5291-4
Q: What is the depth of this item?
A: Specifications can be found in the tab labeled "Specifications" towards the bottom of the page, above the description.
Side panels are 13" deep, front-to-back.
Usable racking depth of 13 inches.
14-1/8" deep, front-to-back (outside).