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I was searching for a cheaper alternative to building my own rack, and I found something at Walmart, believe it or not!!..It's like one of the rubbermaid shelving units, but smaller and its the perfect size for all my a/v equipment!!..Its 49" tall..22" wide..14.5" deep....It has 4 shelves total and fits my receiver,BD player,dvd/cd player and I put my projector on the top shelf!!...It was only $13!!!..I also bought some primer and flat black spray paint and it came out really well!!!..Not bad for less than $20 total investment!!..Its pretty sturdy and the shelves are solid (no holes or cross pattern)...
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So far, so good..I sat the receiver on the 3rd shelf and the weight down that far, makes it even more sturdy.
 

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:rofl: Definitely not!!..I can always cut down the tubes as well, but I need some height for the projector..
 

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A second rack could also be combined to add two more shelves, allow for you to cut down the tubes,
and still give you the needed height for the projector.
 
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