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All products are constructed with durable solid steel, designed for easy mobility and flexibility, and finished smoothly and beautifully. All units are equipped with long cord electric outlets and are readily assembled. VTI residential lines mainly include audio / video racks and speaker stands for home theatre use. All the audio racks are constructed with steel frame and tempered glass or MDF shelves. They come in 10 different color combinations at the same low prices.
VTI racks offer deeper and taller shelving space to accommodate the most-up-to date electronic equipment. Both the stackable and fixed racks give you the most beautiful display of your equipment matching with your furniture at home. VTI speaker stands, on the other hand, are all metal construction with cast iron base. This special feature not only offers flexible and beautiful design, but also stability and sturdiness. The rapid development of technology is changing our world. VTI, as a manufacturer, is also constantly updating their design and products to accommodate the changes.
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Awesome Rack System
Eric from Brandywine, MD– Verified Buyer
VTI manufactures the greatest inexpensive rack systems on the market. Great Looks, spikes (for vibrations) and very sturdy metal. The only complaint will be that the shelves scratch very easily, so be careful sliding equipment across them.
Nice addition to the main BL503 unit
Matt from Washington, DC– Verified Buyer
The 9" shelf is nice and sturdy. Kind of no frills--doesn't have cable management. The caps are a bit chinsy but serve the purpose. The positioning of the support beams can be an issue depending on your setup because the beams aren't at the corners, but rather more centrally located (see pics). This can interfere with wiring, or if you want to put a center channel speaker on the shelf it can block the drivers. I bought the 9" to replace the stock 7" that comes with the full unit since my center channel is 8" high. I thought about sawing off the center support (my HDTV is only 60lbs so I wasn't too worried about the loss of support -- I wouldn't have considered this if I had a 200lb CRT on the top). Anyway, I positioned the center off kilter a bit so the center support didn't block the tweeter. I'm not concerned with an obstruction of one of the main drivers, but i didn't want an obstacle in front of the tweeters. Bottom line is the shelf is economical, sturdy, and won't break the bank.
Palpitatn from Mundelein, IL– Verified Buyer
This is another extension of the line the company offers for affordable but very solid aduio/video racks. I'm using this for my higher end stereo equipment. I didn't want to spend thousands of dollars because honestly in my room the rack doesn't make much acoustic difference (I've tried using racks up to $10k in cost). So for me this was a NO-BRAINER! Look at the cost difference!!!
Rick from Mississippi– Verified Buyer
Using this product as a stereo rack. Product is well made, looks great, and performs exactly as expected. [...]
Mike from Oregon– Verified Buyer
Other than the wrong shelf size was sent, no problems. I was under a time constraint so didn't have the option of sending it back and waiting for another. I just took the component out of it's cabinet.
Valued Customer from California