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Rosewill 2U Server Cabinet Case 19" Rack Mount for $39.99 + FS

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  • Rosewill 2u 19 Inch server cabinet drawer doesn't work for your server accessories or network devices but also is suitable for DJ for their recording equipment.
  • The sturdy rack mount server cabinet drawer could be used to mount any standard 19-Inch rack and it can work well with different server shelves.
  • It's an excellent 2U rack mount server cabinet case made of powder coated heavy duty steel and perfectly compatible with all 19 In server rack.
  • The rackmount drawer is perfect for stomp boxes and comes with inset handle and lockable drawers with 2 keys including rack screws.
  • The dimensions of this server cabinet drawer (2U) is 19" x 14" x 3.5" which means it can support different 19" server products with depth up to 14 Inches.
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Thinking about getting a server rack down the road, is this a good enough deal to hop on now to have a drawer at the ready?
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Thinking about getting a server rack down the road, is this a good enough deal to hop on now to have a drawer at the ready?
This seems to be about 20 dollars off somewhat "normal" pricing. https://www.newegg.com/rosewill-r...-_-Product
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Thinking about getting a server rack down the road, is this a good enough deal to hop on now to have a drawer at the ready?
If you're already vested in going the rack route; then these are a basic essential. Just the immediate proximity of patch cords and additional peripherals supporting racked equipment, makes this a pretty slick deal.
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Does the Rosewill name demand the $100 price tag? Here's one for $35/OBO [ebay.com]. Honestly asking as im building a new home and have a small 6U rack that im putting in a closet. Would be nice to have a drawer in there for random crap.
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Does anyone happen to know the weight capacity on one of these? My PC desk is actually a music studio desk and it has the rack mount spots for these, I've been debating on getting one for years. I just wonder how much weight they can hold. I'm not wanting to store lead weights in it or anything but can it hold 10, 20, 30lbs with just those 4 tiny bolts?
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M6 bolts can easily hold several hundred pounds each. I'd be more concerned about the sheet metal before the bolts.
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Does anyone happen to know the weight capacity on one of these? My PC desk is actually a music studio desk and it has the rack mount spots for these, I've been debating on getting one for years. I just wonder how much weight they can hold. I'm not wanting to store lead weights in it or anything but can it hold 10, 20, 30lbs with just those 4 tiny bolts?
I use to install network equipment, those big Cisco routers were held in by 4 or 8 of those tiny bolts.
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You are going to waste 2U of space in a home equipment rack for this? IMO totally not worth it unless you have a rather large rack. Most home racks are really small and don't have a lot of U to waste. If you have a 42U+ rack and you want a shelf to put stuff on and also want somewhere to stash stuff you want to leave in the rack like your cage nuts and some tools/cables then sure. For the price even just using it as an equipment shelf would probably be ok but again only if you have a lot of U space to spare.
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You are going to waste 2U of space in a home equipment rack for this? IMO totally not worth it unless you have a rather large rack. Most home racks are really small and don't have a lot of U to waste. If you have a 42U+ rack and you want a shelf to put stuff on and also want somewhere to stash stuff you want to leave in the rack like your cage nuts and some tools/cables then sure. For the price even just using it as an equipment shelf would probably be ok but again only if you have a lot of U space to spare.
Maybe he doesn't actually use the desk rack for music gear 🤷 ♂️

For the average musician, filling more than 2-4 spaces in a rack is tough. Outboard gear is expensive. A power conditioner, 8-channel interface and a decent 2-channel pre would only be 4 spaces. I don't see many people needing more than that.

Heck, I have a 14U Argosy rack and can fit a power conditioner, converters, 18 channels of pres, a headphone amp and a Distressor and still have 6 spaces left over. A few drawers would be nice 👍
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Does the Rosewill name demand the $100 price tag? Here's one for $35/OBO [ebay.com]. Honestly asking as im building a new home and have a small 6U rack that im putting in a closet. Would be nice to have a drawer in there for random crap.
Rosewill is Newegg's crappy store brand. Never has the brand been associated with "quality".
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Rosewill is Newegg's crappy store brand. Never has the brand been associated with "quality".
I know you got down voted, but I agree. I got their mechanical keyboard thinking it's a cheap, but decent quality option. Felt solidly built, but broke just after a year. My Logitech is now around 5 years old with minimal signs of wear. Rosewill is just another cheap, minimal QA option that definitely does not justify paying extra for.
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I'm picking up a 25U soon, so I think I will grab one of these.

Have a new, open box 45U I need to get rid of. Floor bolt only. I didn't read before I bought it. Wanted something with levelers or casters.
Thankfully I only paid $8 and change for it.
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You are going to waste 2U of space in a home equipment rack for this? IMO totally not worth it unless you have a rather large rack. Most home racks are really small and don't have a lot of U to waste. If you have a 42U+ rack and you want a shelf to put stuff on and also want somewhere to stash stuff you want to leave in the rack like your cage nuts and some tools/cables then sure. For the price even just using it as an equipment shelf would probably be ok but again only if you have a lot of U space to spare.
I have a 36u enclosed HP rack as I wanted something a little less than 42u and bigger than 24u. I have a 2u and 3u drawer from gatorworks that I store spare parts, some patch cables, PCI cards, cage nuts, etc in. That's 5u of the space. I have another 3u with switches. 7u with servers. 3u with a sas expansion storage. 6u with UPSes. The rest of the 12u is just spacers and a shelf for some tower PCs that I've virtualize and are powered off and a monitor. There is plenty of space even on lower U capacity racks for these shelves.
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Does anyone happen to know the weight capacity on one of these? My PC desk is actually a music studio desk and it has the rack mount spots for these, I've been debating on getting one for years. I just wonder how much weight they can hold. I'm not wanting to store lead weights in it or anything but can it hold 10, 20, 30lbs with just those 4 tiny bolts?
I have the same style of desk. I have one drawer already and might grab this one to have another. Couldnt recommend this enough, if you don't have one yet get it! they definitely hold some weight and slid smooth as butter.
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