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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Quote Originally Posted by CPP View Post
    I've got a Maple 4 shelf rack coming from Chris. The cool thing is the wife loves it.
    Audio Rack from Timbernation received and assembled. Nothing like 135lb of solid maple . The 3" thick 24" x18" top shelf comes in at 65lbs.

    All I can say, thanks Chris

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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Quote Originally Posted by CPP View Post
    Audio Rack from Timbernation received and assembled. Nothing like 135lb of solid maple . The 3" thick 24" x18" top shelf comes in at 65lbs.
    Nice! What's under the legs - any kind of leveling devices or anything?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sandman View Post
    Nice! What's under the legs - any kind of leveling devices or anything?
    No leveling devices. The unit is spot on level on its own, and having a level slab floor helps to. But that's not saying I will not add something under the rack later on..
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    Very pretty Chris.
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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Quote Originally Posted by MDP View Post
    Very pretty Chris.
    Now to put some stuff on the shelf's. The unit is for my new home office so small speakers, maybe a low watt integrated etc,
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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    I found that Cerapucs are terrific and easily adjustable. I used brass inserts to allow threading these in place. They work well and is there such a thing as over isolating? The tables are isolated also with Stillpoints under a 3" shelf and then the Black Knight feet as well. Overkill maybe but sounds great. 
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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    There is no doubt that Timbernation racks are Absolutely gorgeous and very high on my list for a new rack but how are they when it comes to isolation and vibration control?


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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Revisiting this thread five years later and am finally going to purchase a rack from Chris. I'll outgrow my existing rack with some changes that are planned and the Timbernation racks not only look so nice, they seem utterly practical for my audio equipment needs.

    Question for those that own the Timbernation racks... Do you find the fairly standard depth of 16" shelves sufficient for your needs or is deeper (say 18" deep) more useful for some reason?

    I have to be mindful of the depth of any new rack due to room size and my current rack has 17" deep shelves with an integrated back panel so it does have a somewhat hard depth-limit whereas the Timbernation racks have an open back that I hope would allow extra deep gear no issues with the standard 16" deep shelves.

    Care to share your experiences?

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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Maybe I should rephrase this query of shelf depth...

    Is there anyone here that has a Timbernation rack with the standard 16" depth shelves that has found them less than sufficient for their needs and wishes for a deeper shelf?
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    Re: Timbernation Rules

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeCh View Post
    Maybe I should rephrase this query of shelf depth...

    Is there anyone here that has a Timbernation rack with the standard 16" depth shelves that has found them less than sufficient for their needs and wishes for a deeper shelf?
    Hey Mike, my Timbernation is 16 inches. I house my SSP, Oppo, Laptop, NAS, etc. on it. Itís what I would consider the bare minimum. It works, but something like the SSP is sticking out the back. Not sure it would be deep enough to house some larger footprint turntables for example. Go for the 18 if you can.
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