Hardcore, zero BS audiophile furniture in the classic style.
Origin: M*****f****n' Brooklyn, New York, US of A
Noho Sound founder Chris Petranis didn't always believe in audiophile furniture. But once he was convinced, he bought two Box units. Zero BS, gorgeous, and handmade in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Box is as solid as great racks get. You could take a blowtorch to one, but we don't recommend it.
Box Furniture comes in a variety of standard finishes; their entry-level models make the designers of the rebadged Ikea found in overpriced Soho stores cry. For audiophile purposes, you'd actually be better off with Ikea, some L-brackets, good screws and a power drill. That budget solution still won't come to close to doing what a Box rack will, which is look gorgeous and actually make a sonic difference.
If you're a wood person looking for the finest audiophile-grade craftsmanship, Box is for you. If not, it's time to move into carbon fiber, which is a matter of taste. Which is best? You'll know it when you see it. Chris and Noho Sound President Ron Kain vote Box. Chances are you will too. Box Furniture is utterly timeless.
From the Box Furniture site:
"Extensive listening tests and careful materials consideration are integral to the creation of the BOX line of furniture. Just as the materials selection of a finely crafted musical instrument affects its tonal qualities, the BOX materials recipe is refined to best mate with the precise resolution and demands of High Fidelity audio components. Our furniture is handcrafted in the USA utilizing the highest quality materials, mortise and tenon construction, and modern catalyzed finishes. This combination of traditional craftsmanship, clean contemporary lines, and great sound will complement the finest of audio systems."
.Website: Box Furniture