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).
Q: Can the Black Studio Equipment Rack be assembled and used without the bottom piece so that it's just the top and sides like how your monitor stands have no bottom?
A: Yes, there should be no issue with not attaching the bottom panel. Keep in mind that the larger the rack gets, the more it will rely on the gear itself to hold the rack together without that bottom panel.