Hosa RMT-152

12U Tilt-adjust Studio Rack
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The RMT-152 from Hosa is a free rolling tilt rack stand with locking casters that features all steel rack rails and supports. RMT-120 rails are pre tapped for machined screws (included). The Hosa RMT-152 supports up to 100 lbs. of gear! 12U rack spaces!

Height is 28 3/4" when top is horizontal. 39 1/2" with rack rails fully vertical.

Tech Specs

Rack Spaces 12U
Build Material Steel
Color/Finish Black
Casters Yes
Height 28.75" (horizontal), 39.5" (vertical)
Depth Open
Width 21"
Weight 17.67 lbs. (shipping weight)
Manufacturer Part Number RMT-152

Customer Reviews

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Great Rack!

This is a great rack. It holds a lot of gear. It is sturdy and easy to roll around. And the adjustable angle is a great feature! Great value as it does its job well. Call your engineer and order you one! If you have NEVER purchased from Sweetwater, I beg you to call 1-800-222-4700 ext 1328 and speak with Chris McCown. In nearly 7 years, I have spent a scary amount of money here, and he has been spot on every time! You do know that the sales engineer is assigned to you and speak with the same person every time, yes? If you don't have an assigned engineer, make mine yours. You will thank me!


I have one, and I just ordered a second one. Makes any home studio look professional and organize.
Music background: Music Writing , Reocrding, & Producing


Stable and useful! Go get it!
Music background: Mixing Engineer

Easy does it

Great 12 unit rack that will allow me to lay out my instruments vertically, horizontally, or anywhere in between. Extremely versatile rack that can be easily moved yet turns to sturdy stone when you throw the wheel locks on. I wheel it back and forth from my desktop to my bedtop daily. Highly recommended!
Music background: Fly by night Musician

Great For The Price

Does what's it's supposed to do. Two things to know. First it's a tilt rack, and therefore it won't lock into place vertically. Second the rails around the pivot joint are ever so bowed out from their connection to the stand and therefore gear in that are will not align with the screw holes easily. I did fight to get the piece of gear in that part of the rack. Seems stable with 12u worth of gear in it. Happy!
Music background: One time working musician turned hobbyist
See also: Studio Racks, Hosa, Hosa Studio Equipment Racks