S5 Extra Shelf
Extra Shelf Kit for S5 Rack
This kit adds another shelf to your modular S5 series hi-fi rack, allowing you to expand it to your needs. The S5 series of racks can be built in a multitude of ways; insert this extra shelf anywhere between the top and bottom shelf of your rack, and enjoy a piece of furniture that is constructed exactly how you need it.
– Choice of shelf height: 165mm – 325mm
– Available in black or white
– Twin-shelf system decouples the unit
– Sturdy, resonance-free construction
– Protects equipment from external vibration
– Made with high-quality Italian materials
– Supports up to 60kg
Shelf: Polymer laminated Medium-density fibreboard (MDF)
“The Solidsteel S5 might not be entirely made from steel, but it is solid, and impressively so.” – StereoNET
Grows with you
Consistent with Solidsteel’s catalogue of high-end racks, the S5 range is expandable and customisable, meaning you can add extra shelves as you need. Turn your dual-shelf rack into a three-shelf, your three-shelf into a four, and so on as you require.
Typically racks that are modular in this way are gimmicky or cheaply made, but Solidsteel is dedicated to both quality and expandability in their products. For a high-quality hi-fi rack that grows with your system, look no further than Solidsteel’s S5 range.
Add an extra shelf to your S5 rack with this additional shelf kit.
About the S5 Series
An evolution of the S3 series, which debuted in 2013, Solidsteel have created the new S5 range of hi-fi racks This series takes sound purity even further with its twin-shelf design and hollowed body, which combats acoustic disturbances from affecting your equipment.Made of clean lines and a high level of polish, the result is an aesthetically pleasing piece of furniture that enhances your home hi-fi experience.
Solidsteel is an Italian company that has been creating high-quality hi-fi furniture since 1990. They specialise in high-end racks, cabinets, audio stands, speaker stands and wall-shelves for home, commercial and pro use.
Originally constructed using primarily heavy steel, the Italian company now uses a variety of materials in their production, resulting in the solid, but not immovable products we know and love today.