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Studio Equipment Racks

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Shopping for studio equipment racks has never been easier! Sweetwater offers everything you need in one place. We hand-select and sell only high-quality products from the best manufacturers. So if you're on the lookout for studio equipment racks, you'll find what you need here.

If you already have rackmount equipment, you will definitely need a studio rack. This is especially true if you plan on adding additional gear to your rig. A good studio equipment rack is an investment, because it is extremely convenient to have space to mount your new equipment. Plus, it's great to have everything neatly arranged in one place. Sweetwater carries an array of racks in a lot of shapes and sizes, but they all have something in common – they're designed to support standard rackmountable equipment.

How do you know which studio equipment rack to buy? First you need to figure out how many rack spaces you need. Our studio equipment racks range from 2 rack spaces up to 28. When deciding, keep in mind that most pieces of equipment take up one or two rack spaces, but it's not uncommon for some pieces to require three or four spaces. Some can take up even more than that, so before buying, make sure you don't get a rack that is too small for your needs. People also often keep a few spaces open either to allow for airflow or to use them as space for storage drawers.

Don't forget to consider weight! Our racks come in varying sizes that can withstand anything from 10 to 250 pounds, so match your gear accordingly.

Sweetwater carries racks made from composites, wood and metal. Each material has its own advantages. Composite racks are lightweight and durable, steel is strong but heavy, and wood is somewhere in the middle. If you need to move your rack often, a wooden or composite rack is the way to go, whereas if you plan on keeping your rack in one place, steel equipment racks are a great choice.

Basic studio racks are perfect for smaller home studios. Portable racks come with wheels so you can easily move them around your studio. These are also a good investment if you travel with your gear a lot. Premium rack options are ideal for professionals, offering amazing features such as acoustic isolation and temperature control.

Our studio equipment racks are made by the best manufacturers out there. If you want a great studio equipment rack, we're here to help. Call our Sales Engineers, tell us about your studio space, your equipment, and the design you're after. We'll help you select the best studio equipment racks to turn your vision into a reality.

Questions about Studio Equipment Racks?

Questions about Studio Equipment Racks?

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Questions about Studio Equipment Racks?

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