I’ve been a fan of placing a turntable on a shelf that is securely mounted to the wall for some time now and now this essential upgrade is available to anyone who is handy with a drill, screwdriver and level: Pangea Audio Vulcan Premier SE Turntable Wall-Mount Shelf
And I have never had much luck with wall mounted shelves.
Just shows how our gear behaves in different settings.
Mind I do have a solid concrete floor under my racks which does help my case I believe.
However that unit does look nice and normal Audio Advisor Pangea great price.
Thank you for sharing!
My TT will rip that off the wall at 35+Kgs
Your turntable needs to go on a diet
May Rack is a muscleman and weighs ~70+Kgs and is holding up more than 100KG’s of equipment in it.
Concrete floor too. I have other TT’s of lesser weight and perhaps have a more interesting issue of little to now wall spaces where I could place them using a wall mounted option - but sure it will work for some if the wall has enough ability to support it…you a basically attaching a lever onto the wall and placing weight on it. Not sure I think this is a way to best do a TT tho
I’im using for my Transrotor Zet 1 and a thick slate plate (expected weight over 35 kg) an own build wall mount without any problems.
Everything depends on how the shelf is attached to the wall. Ideally one would attach the shelf to the studs within the wall which would then make for a very sturdy and stable shelf. Of course, as you stated, having the wall space is the most important thing.