I tried this already and it wasn’t the best. The real estate I have now won’t allow me to have a cabinet.My plan is just have a board cut to the right size and place two triangle in the back to stand up the board. Then just cut holes for each equipment you want to mount and put all the extra wiring behind the board.
Similar to this.
Can I see a photo pleaseThe first board I built I used pre-painted shelves from Home Depot. They even cut it to the right height for me (save the extra for "feet". Beyond that I just used a hole saw, furniture grommets to make the holes nice and some angle brackets to the leftover material to get it to stand up.
Yup!Can I see a photo please
Yep, just bought mine in whiteor this
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Awesome =)Yep, went the way of the HD shelf with a few grommets from Amazon. This one was built to hold one of the EB832s and the Trident. Magnets were attached on the top and bottom, which attaches to the metal, since the tank sits on a CB2 table.
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The other one holds another EB832 and the head unit. Plenty of space to mount a DOS or whatever on the bottom of it.
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Total cost for the two of them was ~$40.