If you're looking for a hi-fi rack that delivers an exceptional listening experience with a polished, contemporary design, our flagship solid hardwood Grand Stand XL hi-fi rack is the perfect solution.
Within our UK workshop, we handcraft our Grand Stand XL racks to order from the highest quality timber to provide excellent anti-resonance properties and proven durability. The precise design of the Grand Stand XL encompasses isolation on each tier, enabling each element of your hifi system to be decoupled, which prevents distortion and negative effects on sound integrity.
Offering bespoke leg lengths, our custom tier heights gives you an ideal space to place your favourite hi fi component. Available in Oak, Cherry, Mahogany, Walnut, Black and White, with a Satin or Gloss finish.
150kg per tier
When selecting the appropriate leg height for your rack; this is the clearance between the plinths, please account for the height of the isolation on each tier (isolation including spikes is 70mm) to get your usable height. Please note that the leg height does not include the thickness of the plinths at 40mm. Any leg length is available at no extra cost, enabling you to specify the exact length to meet your requirements.
Base leg (floor to the first plinth) heights with no spike can be a minimum height of 50mm. A minimum height with a spike is 65mm.
Please allow adequate space above your HiFi equipment for heat ventilation and check your manufacturers manual for recommendations on effective heat dispersal. Without adequate space, this can cause significant damage to both your component and rack.
If you own a valve amp or any other particularly hot component, we highly recommend this component is placed onto a standalone tier or placed on the top tier and not placed on an internal shelf to ensure no damage occurs.
Any component that doesn’t have adequate space and causes damage to the rack will not be liable for replacing. Please see the FAQ for more information.
Our products are protected with patents from the Intellectual Property Office, in alignment with the Registered Designs Act 1949.