The typical stereo rack we are used to seeing is a cheap fiberboard number with adjustable shelves and smoked glass doors. These are then priced at a premium because it is considered a specialized cabinet with holes in the back for plugs and cables to pass through. While not cheap, this stainless steel stereo rack is a storage solution that would actually complement our components.
Available in a range of colors, we hope that for $714 the finish is not prone to scratches. With the open front and back, there is still the challenge of organizing your cables in an elegant way, but there will be no problem with overheating components.
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