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Yamamoto Sound Craft OS-32 (2 shelves, 32cm height type) Audio Rack

Product code: os-32-1

Yamamoto Sound Craft OS-32 (2 shelves, 32cm height type) Audio Rack

Regular price $456.00 USD
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High-performance cherry wood racks made in Japan

Description

This high quality audio rack is made of 30mm thick cherry plywood for shelves and 32mm thick solid Asada cherry wood for posts. The rack is assembled with 8 screws per shelf, and the load is supported by the screws when the equipment is light, and by the grooves in the posts when the equipment is heavy, thus providing a high load capacity. The same urethane coating as that used on high-end furniture is applied to the finish, so it will not deteriorate over a long period of use.

The sides and rear of the shelves are not partitioned, allowing for sufficient heat dissipation. Spike pins (sold separately) are recommended for carpeted rooms. Casters are also available.

Spec
Shelf Size W520xD450xH30mm
Pillar length 322mm
Overall size W570xD450xH322mm
Weight 12.6kg
Review
This rack gives the impression of increasing the woodiness of the reproduced sound of wood instruments. The stem board is made of cherry plywood, and the posts are made of solid asada cherry wood, which gives the rack not only sufficient strength but also adequate resonance. As a result, the volume of the wood bass increased. The contour and resonance of the wood bass was a little slower, and while the bass frequency with the reference's crisp control was good, there was also an impression of an increase in the "wood" character of the wood bass, which is not so bad. The graininess and resonance of the cymbals also increase in density. On the other hand, the edge of the guitar is a bit weaker, and the sound is a bit muted for a rock. However, this can be adjusted by combining other accessories, and if done well, a full mid-low range and edgy high range can be obtained.
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