Considering how much is involved to get this right , I’m going with a change of plans.
Best case scenario I would like a rack that could hover above the subwoofer . I was going to build something that has a main column to the right ,and has platforms attached to it for each level .
They would have a floating shelf look . But the bottom platform to hold it up vertically would have the subwoofer sitting on it, causing vibration issues .
So my next plan is to build it in such a way that the right side is hinged to the wall , making it so I can angle it the way I like , plus turn it 45 degrees to access the back .
Seeing as it will be connected to the wall, I can have the subwoofer sitting under it on the carpet .
But for the most part wood is out . I’m going to see if I can weld 2” square tubing without leaving an ugly puddle .
Each 20” square platform that I weld up out of square tubing will have a wood platform resting on it , and another layer glued under it to hold it in place , so there will still be wood involved for the platforms tops
This isn’t a very good visualization,but it will be a simular concept(except mine won’t be going to the floor ) ,as I’ll have the audio sitting on shelves simular to this, but welded to a main column which may be 2x4inch steel tubing for strength.
I’d like to have it going to the floor ,but I just don’t think it’s a good practice to have the subwoofer sitting on the bottom plate of the rack vibration wise
I donít always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
Last edited by RainMan 2.0; 08-31-2018 at 05:32 PM.