Can you post a pic of the entire rack? How did you switch from the butchers block to the segue on your rack? Is the rack a DIY?
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My rack is a DIY. The rack has butcher block shelves and I utilized another slightly thicker butcher block to place the Prime on. I know the center channel speaker is less then desirable but it's the best I could do with the constraints of my basement. My main goal was to isolate the turntable for playing vinyl. This is a pre-ISO Segue picture.
The rack has 80/20 aluminum frame with 2 inch rock hard maple butcher block shelves sitting on brackets that fasten to the underside of the 80/20 frame. Originally, the Prime sat on its own 2.5" butcher block isolation platform, which sat on top of the 72"x19"x2" maple rack shelf.
Now the Prime sits on top of the Symposium ISO Segue isolation platform, on top of my 72"x19"x2" butcher block rack shelves. I gave an 80/20 distributor the exact dimensions I needed and they pre-cut the frame and they shipped direct to my home. I then next ordered butcher block shelves from a vendor who cut to my specifications and shipped to my house. The hard part is that I had to stain and poly the shelves myself. 5 coats each to increase the wood's rigidity and to prevent warping.