Awesome. I have only returned to vinyl a couple of years ago and organizing it all is starting to become a concern.
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wow $420 for 26 dividers is a little steep IMO nice as they are that's a lot of records I could be buying... teasing of course cost is all relevant.
I think its time to buy that laser engraver and make some my self. 1/4 plywood, cut and laser it-done.
honestly the Ikia Kallax seems to be one of the best record storage systems available for reasonable money.
@glennewdick I get it. They are expensive, but it is an off the shelf one time investment, that is how I look at it. Obviously they won't be for everyone.
The Per Madsen & Rackit33 products are stackable, and can be organized in multiple arrangements and heights, which is why I always enjoyed them. No matter where I lived I could make the arrangements fit the space, even closets. I also used to put my components on top of them which worked great. I just don't trust the structural integrity of Ikea products for that about of weight.
I still use the Per Madsen racks. I've also used Rackit33 and Ryan Tinsel. I prefer Ryan Tinsel for quality and price. I recently ran across a guy selling all of his original Per Madsen and scooped it up.