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Raxxess IsoRaxx Acoustic Isolation Rack
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The IsoRaxx has what you need to keep your equipment safe and quiet. It reduces fan and hard drive noise by an average of 21dB with features like an ...Click To Read More About This Product
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IsoRaxx is the solution to mechanical noise problems in your studio.
The IsoRaxx has what you need to keep your equipment safe and quiet. It reduces fan and hard drive noise by an average of 21dB with features like an electrostatic filter intake, dual variable speed fans, separate passages for signal, AC, and computer cables, and rock-solid thermally fused melamine construction. The front door has a clear lexan panel so all your equipment is easily viewable. The rear door has removable hinges to ease equipment installation and maintenance and can be locked for extra security.
Acoustically isolated rack system
Reduces fan and hard drive noise by an average of 21dB
Available in 14 or 20 rackspaces
3/4" thermally fused melamine construction
Electrostatic filter intake
Dual variable speed fans
Separate passages for signal, AC, and computer cables
Clear panel in front door
Removable, lockable rear door
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Not what I thought. Racks line up poorly, fans are louder than my computer out of rack. Door in back out of aline. For this amout of money one would expect more quality.
This gargantuanly expensive cabinet is one of the worst products I have ever bought.The cabinet is build solidly and the front door closes well and seems to have good sealing. However the noisy fans are the thing which takes this into the realm of the rip-off.The fans are so noisy that it is impossible for me to mix or track in the main room of my project studio. Even on the lowest speed the fans are noisier than the fans in my tabletop hard drives!!It appears that they simply put some acoustic foam on the inside of one of their regular cabinets, installed some two dollar fans, gave it a clever name and jacked up the price.For the cost of this behemoth, you could have a master carpenter build you 5 insulated racks and buy quiet fans to boot!!