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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-16-2009, 01:41 PM Thread Starter
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where to buy a rackmount unit?

anyone know where to buy a rackmount unit locally?
i just upgraded my audio equipment to separates. i dont need anything too tall, just need to mount a powercenter (2u), processor(3u), and an amp (3u), possibly a 2nd amp (2u). standard 19", need at least 10u.

something like this:

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-16-2009, 02:14 PM Thread Starter
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i wonder if this would work... it has an angle, which is nice, but im not sure how that would throw off how full size devices would fit.

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Altex? Tanner? Guitar Center maybe?



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good call. i dont know Altex or Tanner but i will check out guitar center.

i know they will carry they hard carry case kind of racks, i hope they have the free standing racks so i can use that as my new furniture.
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good call. i dont know Altex or Tanner but i will check out guitar center.

i know they will carry they hard carry case kind of racks, i hope they have the free standing racks so i can use that as my new furniture.
Altex is an electronics (think resistors and capacitors) store that is west of midway slightly south of trinity mills. I think they have a website?

Tanner electronics is on valwood just west of I35E on the north side of the road.



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Altex would probably be better bet than Tanners for instore

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I have a rack/shelf setup that can have the shelves removed and used to mount rack mount devices as well I could make you a deal on if you are interested.
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I have a rack/shelf setup that can have the shelves removed and used to mount rack mount devices as well I could make you a deal on if you are interested.
interested. send me a pic or if you are close to plano i can check it out.
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If Momo doesn't take it, I may be interested in it as well. Please send me pictures also.

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It is similar to the second from the left in this pic; with several shelves and about 48" tall.

http://www.racksunlimited.com/catalog.php?cat_id=9
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It is similar to the second from the left in this pic; with several shelves and about 48" tall.

http://www.racksunlimited.com/catalog.php?cat_id=9
I will post a pics tonight and verify if it is 19 or 23" wide.
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Id try and PM (Pewter Y2K Z28)....he's in the business. He might be able to help you out.

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19" wide.
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It is similar to the second from the left in this pic; with several shelves and about 48" tall.

http://www.racksunlimited.com/catalog.php?cat_id=9
I'm interested. Shoot me a dollar figure.

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too tall for my needs, it's all you nick.
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