Hutter Racktime is a modular audio and a/v storage / rack system from Austria. It uses aluminium and / or wooden uprights to connect the levels.
The shelves are made from a deceptively complex sandwich of three layered cross-grained fir blockboard and are double veneered (again crossgrained) with the final layer in a wide variety of woods: maple, pear, beech, american and european cherry veneers plus satin black. The light finish on the right is european cherry.
The quality is full-on furniture grade and the consistency, within the constraints that these are real woods, unusually high. Hutter make high quality furniture anyway and these audio stands were a spin-off developed by Hutter Jr.
This is the stand that Naim Audio used before they decided to design their own and it remains a very effective solution at a price considerably lower than Fraim. The looks are perhaps a little ʻMarmiteʼ but it does tend to look better in the flesh than in photographs.
There are also storage options for music and movies on any of the media required. The range of spacings, depths and widths renders this almost certainly the most flexible system on the market. We have a substantial amount of this in our A/V-cum music demo room and it has proved very effective indeed.
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