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The Solidsteel’s WS-5 puts an immediate end to any doubts about the practicality and performance abilities of a Turntable wall shelf. Weighing a mighty 13.0 kg, the WS-5 supports even the heftiest tables while providing the reference-caliber isolation crucial to superlative analog performance. Rated to handle upto 60 kg with a large shelf (500 x 410 x 19 mm | 19.5″ x 16.25″ x 0.74”), the WS-5 works with almost any table made. Ridiculously sturdy, WS-5 touts a massive (50 mm | 2″) tall by (25 mm | 1″) thick steel outer frame welded to an extremely thick (150 mm | 6″ tall) back plate. Its (25 mm | 1″) square crossbars are taken directly from Solidsteel’s own audio racks. Ditto the proprietary duraluminum isolation cones. Leveling of the MDF shelf (laminate black finish) may be fine-tuned via the four cone cups using an Allen key (always included). The Italian-made WS-5 can even be mounted on brick and concrete provided you employ the proper connectors. Give your Turntable the support it needs with WS-5.
The WS-5 is capable of truly staggering weight handling capability only when mounted to a proper structure and with proper hardware. Designed to be mounted on (40 mm | 16″) studs, the WS-5 can also be mounted on virtually any other load bearing structure (brick, concrete, etc) as long as the appropriate connectors are used.
This model is first of all a solution. Many audio passionates do not have the possibility of using racks or stands for their components and a wall-mount could be the only way for accommodating the system. By this product Solidsteel enriches it’s catalogue offering an high quality possibility. Even if not cheap, compared to other articles available on market, this model is carefully designed for valorizing Turntables at their best so that even those audiophile with limited space in their listening rooms may have the chance of placing components on a proper surface.
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