Bell'O ATC-2101 audio rack. Check this pic out >

TurbotaTurbota Posts: 255
edited October 2003 in 2 Channel Audio
Don't know which forum this post would even fit into, but ...

Just wondering if anyone here has used or seen this Bell'O audio stand?

A little pricey, but looks to be well made. Each shelf can handle 50 lbs. My power amp weighs every bit of that. It does have a Cable Management System in the back so your speaker wires are not dangling all over the place in the back ... 61" tall

2-Channel Audio
Onkyo ... A-9050 . . .Integrated Amp. (Power Amp Section not Used)
Onkyo ... M-282 . ... Power Amps .(Pair)
Onkyo ... C-7030 . _.CD Player
Polk . . *. RTi A7 - ....Front Speakers
Polk . . *. RTi A3 - ....Rear Speakers
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  • ntculenuffntculenuff Posts: 1,155
    edited October 2003
    We sell Bell'O they have some very nice furniture, that peice is very nice and looks to hold up well, it is very stable we have 2 set up with components on them.
    Definitive BP7001sc mains
    Definitive C/L/R 3000 center
    Polk RT800i's rears
    Definitive supercube I Sub
    Onkyo TX-NR3010
    Emotiva XPA five Gen 3
    Panasonic TC-P65ZT60
    OPPO BDP-103 Bluray
    Directv x's 2
  • polkatesepolkatese Posts: 6,772
    edited October 2003
    Dan (Mantis) recently sold his, he might be around to give you his impression of it. Looks awesome either way, Bell'O makes great furniture, albeit a bit overprice if you buy them from B&M chain
    I am sorry, I have no opinion on the matter. I am sure you do. So, don't mind me, I just want to talk audio and pie.
  • EmlynEmlyn Posts: 2,810
    edited October 2003
    I have a couple of stands from Bell'o although not the same model as above. They are quality products. I got mine from last year. The price was very good from there and the service was amazing. They had a promotion going on at the time to upgrade shipping to FedEx's fast ground service. Amazingly, they shipped both stands by next day air. One weighed 140 lbs and the other 120 lbs and the shipping was free.

    To me Bell'o stands are primarily great for appearance and style. While they do nothing to keep vibrations from reaching equipment, they do look excellent.
    1. Polk LSiM-707, LSiM-704C, LSiM-702FX; Dual SVS SB2000 subwoofers; Marantz SR7011 receiver; Parasound A31 and A23 amps; Oppo 205; Sony 65" 4K TV; FIOS; PS Audio Power Plant Premier; MIT S2 cables
    2. JM Labs Electra 920.1; Parasound JC2 and JC5; Sony HAP-Z1ES; Marantz SA8004 SACD; Music Hall MMF7 and Acoustech phono pre; PS Audio P1000; MIT S1 Cables
    3. Polk LSiM703; Anthem Pre-2L SE; Parasound A21; Sony 48" 4K TV; Wyred4Sound DAC 2; Oppo 203; Squeezebox Touch; PS Audio Power Director 4.7; MIT S3 cables
  • jmasterjjmasterj Posts: 327
    edited October 2003

    I also have a Bell'O stand. It is one of those low ones designed to put your rear projection TV on . It is plenty sturdy my Mitsubishi is 171 lbs. , my receiver is 45lbs., it also has two dvd players, one cable box, and a Monster Cable line conditioner,not to mention the center channel speaker. Looks good the glass shelves are about 3/8 in. thick. It's very stable. Steel, glass, and wood. I love it. I'm sure you will too.
    JmasterJ Polk to the Death
  • NotoriousNotorious Posts: 17
    edited October 2003
    Forget "audio racks," get a bookshelf and drill holes in the back for cables then mount computer exhaust fans in the receiver/amp shelves to keep it cool.
    Twist one. For DnB.
  • mantismantis Posts: 16,030
    edited October 2003
    Here's a shot from my old house when I owned the Bello rack.

    I had no use for it in the new house as I'm building a theater in the basement and the livingroom I have a Salamander tripple 20 in silver and Maple.

    The Bello is a beautiful well built rack.Wire management is the only thing I didn't care for but with some time spent well,you can make very clean and effective wire does have a metal screen back to tie your wires 2.

    Look at my pic and you'll see.I'll post some more.

    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
  • mantismantis Posts: 16,030
    edited October 2003
    I don't like the factg that you can no longer post a higher quality pic.That sucks....
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
  • mantismantis Posts: 16,030
    edited October 2003
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.
    edited October 2003
    There are Bello speaker stands that match that rack perfectly.....They have the wood inlay and everything. Check out stands and mounts .com.
    Your system is only as good as your weakest component...!

    OnkyoTX-DS 797
    NAD C270/ Mains
    Mains: LSI9's
    Center: Cs400i /Biwired
    Rear: Fx300i
    Rear Center:CS 245i
    Dvd: Onkyo DVS 555
    Vision RCA 36" Premiere Series
    Bang & Olfsen RX Turntable
    Psw 350 Front/Psw 202 rear
    Kimber Cable 4TC Mains HF
    Monster Originals/Center
    Kimber Interconnects
    Monster XP Everywhere else
  • acddsacdds Posts: 253
    edited October 2003
    I was just looking at audio racks at CC and I could swear I saw that one there. It was $199.00. It had the wire mesh in the back too.

    I went back to CC and it was a Z-line rack but it looks very similar to the pic of the Bello.
    Receiver = Denon AVR-3803
    DVD = Denon DV-2900
    Fronts = SDA SRS 2.3TL's
    (Carver m1.5t)
    Center = CSi40
    Side surrounds = Fxi30's
    Sony 12" sub
    TV = Hitachi 57F500

    Bedroom rig:
    Pioneer SX-1050 receiver
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