Audio Rack in Glass and Aluminum Finish RTA AVM-005
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- Size: 34"H x 24"W x 20"D
- Accessories not included
- Contemporary Look
- Wire management
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Organize your high tech, state of the art home electronics gear with this refined polished aluminum Audio Stand. The shelves providing ample space to store audio and gaming components, DVD and VCR players. AVM005 Features: Tempered 8mm clear glass Cord management system reduces unsightly wires Angled for possible corner use Accessories not included Assembly required Finish: Polished Aluminum and Glass Dimensions: 24"(W) x 20 1/4"(D) x 34"(H) Item Weight: Approximately 94 lbs. UPC code: 892139001125
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Contrary to appearances, there are only 4 pieces that are solid aluminum. These are the 4 caps that are on the top shelf. The surface that contacts the top shelf are not finished, exibiting the rough saw cuts that came from dividing up the original aluminum rod stock. The perimeter edges are sharp as they were not beveled. Although turned to produce a finish, one can easily see several blemishes that must have come from poor handling during the manufacturing or packaging phases.
The legs are thin aluminum with plastic end-caps that hold metal insert nuts to accommodate the assembly. They too are blemished. The plastic end-caps appear to be the type of plastic that gets brittle and then breaks as it ages.
The glass shelving is thick and beveled, which is good to see. However, at least one sheet was gouged on its surface.
The legs, back-plate, top and bottom shelves are attached with bolts while the 3 other shelves are only attached at their fronts, resting on pegs at their rear. This has to be considered as the unit is moved into position, since the 3 middles shelves are only worthy of supporting a downward pressure, not sideways nudging or upward lifting.
Finally, the 14 bolts that hold the unit together pass through holes in the glass sheets. There are no guards to keep the metal of the bolts from contacting the glass, which might lead to the glass cracking. The review of another similar unit reported that the alignment of the legs was poor, and since the holes in the glass for the front legs are much larger than the bolts, one can see how the legs have a wide range of locations during assembly that detract from the finished unit. I put a couple wraps of black electric tape on the 4 rear bolts to prevent contact with the glass, and cut 1/4 inch segments of Tygon tubing to go into the 10 front holes to better control the alignment as well as to protect the glass from contacting the bolts.
Overall, the unit looks good if one squints. But with eyes wide open, you could do better.