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I am currently finishing my basement and am looking to find a somewhat inexpensive A/V Rack to put all my gear in. I have an area that is about 24inch wide and was thinking I would mount a A/V Rack in the wall to store DVD Player, Xbox, TV Tuner, Receiver, anyone know of a good site/company I can look at?
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Middle Atlantic has a great range of racks that you can slide out and rotate. They also have a range of simpler rack solutions.

http://www.middleatlantic.com/enclosure/roll/asr.htm

Not inexpensive, but great solutions and good quality.
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Thanks Bambo,

I like the look I just need to find prices and where to buy.
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Middle Atlantic is not exactly cheap. Or, more accurately, to do things nicely it won't be cheap as custom rack shelves for each component tend to run a bit over 100 bucks a piece.

So, DVD player, cable box, X360, and receiver will run $400+ quite easily, plus the cost of blanks, rack storage (drawer), and the rack itself.

Rack rail is a good and fairly inexpensive way to get the rack in place to begin with. You simply set 2 2x4 studs about 19.25" apart (EXACTLY!) and then screw rack rail to it directly. Frame it in with moulding, and you are good on that side for under 100 bucks.

I could likely drop ship you what you need - and the price above is pretty much it. Middle Atlantic has rack building software on their site that can specify exactly what you need and includes MSRP I believe.
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Please post link to these Rack Rails you mentioned so I can look at this option thanks.
[Edited by chrissovari on Feb 8, 2008 at 9:29 AM]
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