Chief ER-8 Economy Rack - 8U

8U Economy Rack, Black
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$128.00
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Chief ER-8 Economy Rack - 8U
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A Budget-friendly Rack for Your Studio

The simplest of designs, this timeless economy rack is black oak laminate over 5/8" medium density fiberboard. It provides a very economical yet attractive means for rack mounting audio gear in home studios or smaller installations. Assembly hardware and 11-gauge steel rack rail are provided.

Chief ER-8 Economy Studio Rack Features:
  • Rack Spaces: 8U
  • Color: Black
  • Depth: 15-3/4"

Tech Specs

Rack Spaces 8U
Build Material Particle board with laminate
Color/Finish Black
Height 15.25"
Depth 16"
Width 20.25"
Weight 26.2 lbs. (shipping weight)
Manufacturer Part Number ER-8

Customer Reviews

3.5/5
Based on 6 reviews
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5/5

Solid, sturdy. Exactly what it needs to be

This unit is exactly what it should be. Solid materials. Sturdy as hell.
Music background: Producer, Engineer
5/5

Fits nicely in the corner...

Yep, just what you're looking at. An economy sized 8-unit rack. Sturdy wood and easy construction makes this a great buy for budget musicians. Just need a desk or end table to set it on. (for easy access and visibility.)
Music background: Home Studio Sound Engineer
3.5/5

Nice.

I needed a rack for my old Digi 001, compressor, and preamp with some room to grow. The ER-8 looks good, fits on my small side table and was easy to assemble. Nice product
Music background: recording engineer
3/5

Raxxess ER-8

Nice little box ... but, I do wish that it came with rails and screws
Music background: Broadcast
2/5

Too Hard to Assemble

I like the appearance of this rack, and it meets my needs ... but I'm over 65 and don't own a power screwdriver. Younger people may find it easier to drive the dozen 2" long wood screws into the particle board, especially if you're a non-musician so you don't care about hurting your wrists. Me, I just plain can't put the unit together. The Sweetwater page ought to say "POWER SCREWDRIVER REQUIRED." I'd send it back for a refund, but I'd have to break it apart into little pieces to fit it back into the box. (I may do that anyway.) This is not a bad product in any way -- but you've been warned.
Music background: Writer/Composer
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