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Samson SRK21 Meuble rack 19" 21 unités Noir
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- Capacité 21 unités - compatible avec des vis standards européenes et américaines - panneau métallique 1 unité inclus - roues à blocage 75mm - hauteur avec roues: 110 cm
- Pays d'origine: TAIWAN
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Description du produit
Rack 21U pour HomeStudio
- Armoire Rack 12U
- 21 Unités de Hauteur
- 19 Pouces de Largeur
- Equipé de Véritables Roulettes en Métal dont 2 avec Frein
Poids : 25 Kg
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
But overall, I am very happy with this rack... seems a LOT taller than what was advertised, but that's fine with me. More bank for the buck.
~ Comes with a lot of screws! Even screws for your gear, no need to purchase extra ones.
~ Comes with a Phillips head screw driver it's about the size of your hand but has the right size for the installation so you do not strip the screws.
~ The wheel casters are very nice especially if you want to perform some maintenance on your audio chain.
~ It does have the same rack on the back so if you want to add a rack mount LED backwards so you can see the inside in lower lighting settings this is a nice touch.
~ All sides are steel, very sturdy.
~ No cable management, (not really a big deal)
~ Be sure to inspect your item after opening. This is how I discovered the bent corners.
~ The rack may look evenly spaced though so far I can only get two screws in for each rack gear, but this may depend on what you have for equipment.
Overall I am very happy with this. I have had it for many months and may consider another one after I max out. FYI with the casters it's just under
27" in height which was perfect for my set up as I barely had 3/4 of an inch of clearance.
- good material, nice and strong metal parts
- matte black powder coated finish is nice
- casters are great and come already attached to the base (saves a lot of time in assembly)
- nice to have an 8-space tack that is freestanding with casters, most smaller racks are for wall mounting.
- Packaging is simple and compact.
- I have Amazon Prime shipping but it took 5 1/2 days between order and arrival which really inconvenienced me. Do NOT count on quick shipping.
- Every panel not wrapped in plastic comes out of the box dirty, stained by the cardboard packaging. It washes clean but it is annoying.
- As others have noted, it takes some work to get the screws in when assembling the frame. You need to put them ALL in loose and then shimmy it around until everything is aligned. Takes a little patience but in the end it works. Each frame is missing two screws that just won't align but they hold solid.
- There are two unlabeled bags of rack mounting screws. One fits, one doesn't. Assuming one is for US and one for European. You would never know as they are not marked. Halfway through the first bag of US screws they stopped working. Not sure why they don't fit. Could be they mixed up the screws? Could be some of the screws are just a tad too wide. I have a bag of Middle Atlantic rack screws and they all worked, every single one, so I don't think it is the holes, just quality control on the Samson screws.
- Instructions are really thin. Biggest challenge is deciphering what "knockout holes" refers to so you get the rails set for US vs. European standards. I think they are the two inch long holes in the side of the rails. They just need to be oriented to the outside of the frame vs the inside. They are neither labelled or described well.
- Smells like a machine shop, sort of a burning paint smell. I assume it fades over time, but if you are assembling in a small space you will need to take some breaks so you don;t get a major headache.
They are cheap for racks, but it is pure margin. There is not much involved in a rack to support the price point.