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Equinox Hi Fi RS 4 shelf rack
Price shown is when standard glass shelving is specified. A.R.C. glass shelving is available as a cost option.
This upgraded RS (Revised Specification) version of the Awarding winning Equinox Hifi support has improved inner height capacity for the shelf modules, more and bigger advanced resonance dampening gel pads between the frame and the glass, a 10% weight capacity improvement and a fresh contemporary update to its appearance.
Please note that RS modules are fully compatible with previous versions of Equinox HiFi.
Combining high performance with practicality and good looks, the multi-award winning Equinox HiFi RS equipment support offers a flexible approach to Hifi rack design.
This Equinox HiFi RS four shelf rack consists of a two shelf base module and 2 single shelf modules which offer leg height options of either 145mm or 195mm giving a total of 4 levels of support.
If more modules are required, order one of these base and two shelf module packs then go to the standard Equinox HiFi single 195mm or 145mm shelf module pages where individual modules can be specified.
Both of the single shelf modules are isolated on heavy duty spikes to ensure optimum performance from your audio system. Equinox HiFi RS also features British made 6mm glass shelves toughened to BS 6206A and EN 12600:2002. These shelves are decoupled from the rack framework via mini isolation gel pads to reduce vibration affecting sensitive equipment.
Colour options on the Equinox framework are Satin Black, or Diamond White (Glass is Piano Black for all frame colours). All of the Equinox range of products are made in the UK.
The A.R.C. Piano Black Glass is also available as a cost option .
Atacama Resonance Control (A.R.C.) glass is a specially made laminated glass that has a dampening core and is over 50% thicker than standard Equinox glass, thus further improving the performance of the Equinox Hifi range of equipment supports. As this glass is 7mm thicker than our standard glass, the inner height capacity of the modules will need to be reduced accordingly.