Stillpoints ESS Racks
The Stillpoints 28-20-3 Rack
- 28" Tall
- 20" Wide
- 3 Shelves Total
Stillpoints ESS racks are widely recognized as the best in the industry. They are available in a variety of configurations. You are looking at the 28-20-3 model. This model has 2 - 28 inch masts, with 3 - 20 inch wide shelves. Hence the 28-20-3 model designation.
ESS Rack Features:
Equipment suspended by vibration damping hub mechanism.
Stillpoints dampers built into each 3/4" stainless steel shelf support beam and leg.
Extensive use of dissimilar materials.
Low profile, versatile & expandable design.
Adjustable shelf positions.
Level adjustment can be made with feet or shelf positioning.
Stillpoints/Threaded Risers can be added to each leg.
If space allows, additional shelves can be added.
Low mass design reduces energy storage
Weight capacity per shelf:
20" and 26" wide is 250 lbs.
40" wide is 150 lbs.
Total weight capacity is 1,000 lbs per rack.
The 28-20-3 ESS rack consists of two Masts, two Crossbars, and 3 shelves. The ESS rack can be configured with extra shelves at an additional cost. if you need a different configuration than what is offered directly off of our site, please give us a call at 888-998-9335.
How much can the ESS Rack Support?
The Stillpoints 28-20-3 will accept weights up to 250lbs per shelf. Meaning they can support your amplifiers, or tranformer based power conditioners with ease. It can hold over 1000 lbs total.
Stillpoints ESS Rack Reviews
"Everything in my system has been chosen because it contributed to the reproduction of a realistic soundstage and the timbral accuracy of instruments, and I had long assumed that I was enjoying all that the electronics and speakers could give me in terms of that realism. The Stillpoints ESS 28-40-3 rack showed this assumption to be baseless. From the sweetness of the highs to the solid bass, everything had a rightness to it. I suspected from the first listening session with my components on the Stillpoints rack that it was something special. You can’t see it working, but you sure can hear it." - UltraAudio.com