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    Join Date: Oct 2010

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    Default F.O.C Target hifi stand

    Offered free of charge, collection only, is a Target type 4 shelve hifi rack.
    Top shelf has spikes for turntable isolation. Has some age related marks and knocks but is perfectly useable.



    The Tandberg receiver is obviously not included in this offer, would listen to sensible offers though.

    Post and pm if interested, otherwise it's off to the tip on Saturday.

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    I’ve been asked for the dimensions of this rack,

    870mm High plus spikes
    506mm width
    406mm depth

    Space between the shelves is 235mm


    Hope that helps.

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    Love these racks - got a two-shelfer for the TT and I prefer its performance to the better looking Aracama Eris I used before.

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    Bump up for this nice solid rack.

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    if only you were nearer....

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    +1 , Very generous Nigel , Thats the spirit
    Music is vinyl it fills the gaps between silence !

    TAT Sale post Leader " Marcos Mentor "

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    Don't take it to the tip I'm sure a charity shop would be able to get £25 for it, and it wouldn't go to waste then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    Don't take it to the tip I'm sure a charity shop would be able to get £25 for it, and it wouldn't go to waste then.

    I’ll give it a little more time before I dump it.

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    This has now gone.

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    To a good home?

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