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Wednesday, 02 April 2008 ,  Written by
Composite Products CF-1000 Wide Rack
The Composite CF-1000 Wide Rack is a 60-inch-wide anti-vibration rack designed to house all your audio and video components. Designed to be used as a standalone rack or as a bridge between two of Composite’s CF-1000 shelving systems, this set-up offers thick acrylic shelving supported by carbon fiber legs to absorb vibration, maximizing the look and sound of your AV system. Like all composite stands, its modular design allows for great flexibility with your room and set-up, making the rack easily work for simple to elaborate systems. Shelves are purchased as top ($3,150), bottom ($2,925) and middle ($2,700), or you can mix and match the standard-width CF-1000 shelves as you see fit.  The carbon fiber legs come from six to nine inches and can be made longer by special order. The one-inch-thick shelves are plenty stiff and offer dampening, while the ...
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Composite Products CF-1000 Anti-Vibration Rack
The Composite CF-1000 Anti-Vibration rack comes with acrylic or carbon on acrylic shelves. Three carbon fiber legs on each shelf assure a stable platform for your gear, while all that carbon fiber holds it securely and helps to soak up vibration. The racks can be customized and you can have either or both shelving materials, depending on your wants and tastes. Racks come as top, bottom and middle shelves with up to five shelf systems and can be expanded for taller systems. The carbon fiber legs determine the distance between shelves and come from six to 11 inches as a standard order, or taller by custom order. These solidly-built racks offer a large platform. The shelves are one inch thick to minimize vibration, give a solid base to your gear and can be upgraded to carbon fiber over acrylic for ...
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Grand Prix Audio Monaco Isolation System
Grand Prix Audio is a well-known high-end rack builder. Their racks are simple and beautiful to see. The top-end modular Monaco rack has carbon fiber triangular frames with clear acrylic shelves, mated to brushed metal legs in a three-point system.  Prices run from $3,285 for a three-shelf model to just under $6,000 for the five-shelf model.  Shelf upgrades are also available to the Formula shelves, which are carbon fiber and Kevlar epoxy laminates at $950 each. These are big, bold racks that really make a statement and grab attention for themselves and the gear they display. They come in both short and long wheelbase models for shorter or deeper shelves, depending on your needs, and have the ability to use spikes or Grand Prix’s Apex carbon fiber composite footers.  An SE option is also available to fill one space in ...
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Harmonic Resolution Systems SXR Series
HRS makes some of the most beautiful and expensive audio racks. The SXR line is the baby brother to their reference MXR series.  The SXR utilizes a modular frame made from billet-machined aircraft aluminum with a resonance control system, giving the racks a modern industrial look. This design allows the owner to adjust and modify shelf height by swapping out the support bars for pieces of different lengths. You can increase or decrease the size of the rack, either vertically or horizontally, as your needs change. Prices start at $2,740 for an amp stand to over $15,000 for a four-shelf unit, and double that if you want a double-wide. These racks are truly beautiful and no detail is missed.  The fit and finish is world-class and the technology behind them topnotch. If you have the money and want the best, ...
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Harmonic Resolution Systems MXR Series
These are the racks you want to sit in your multi-million-dollar beach house!  HRS actually tailors each rack specifically for the components you have in order to best accommodate your gear. The HRS racks are some of the finest and most beautiful racks available and nothing shows that more than their reference-level MXR series.  Finishes run the gamut and include such beauties as true burl wood and about anything else you could want. HRS can do four shelves per rack and they do double or more widths, so there is no limit on expansion for those with complicated systems. The fit and finish is world class and the technology used for vibration control topnotch. Each shelf is an independent isolation platform; HRS offers several levels of platforms. These have a large and hefty look to them while maintaining the highest ...
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