I'm envisioning a regular 8-space rack (or whatever size is tall enough), with removable front/back.
The MC250 (in my case) fits in such that with the front of the rack removed you are looking at the McIntosh 250
logo, which puts the connections and knobs on the left (looking at the front).
You mount an L-bracket near the back of the rack. One side of the L-bracket is mounted inside the rack, on the left side towards the back (maybe just above the left side handle). The other leg of the L-bracket has two speaker jacks mounted and are semi-permanently hooked to the amp (just take the back off and plug in).
You can reach in on the left front side to turn the volume knobs up/down.
There are mounting screw holes in the bottom of the Mac.
Maybe Place an inch of closed-cell foam between the bottom of the Mac and the bottom of the rack. You will need to drill 4 holes in the bottom of the rack to mount the Mac to the rack.
Basically I want to...
Into something like this:
I haven't taken a single measurement yet, so this might all be a dream.
In the meantime...
Hell Yes I'm ready for the Garden Party!!!
I'll just set m'Amp up raaat'cheere!http://forums.klipsch.com/forums/storag ... CN4761.JPG