Avrak - The most popular A/V Rack gets better!

Avrak, the original rotating audio video rack company continues to offer innovation and improvement to their product line with re-designed side panels offering greatly increased strength, rigidity and modern design appeal.

This new feature is now available for the rotating Avrak and pull out, rotating Avtrak or Fatrak models. The all aluminum, black anodized panels are a substantial improvement over the previous design. Avrak has introduced many innovations recently, including the 2 component wide Fatrak model, which is the only rack of its kind in the marketplace. Through diligent work and careful planning, the company has been able to consistently improve product quality and features without increasing the price of the product.


Avrak is the A/V industry leader for rotating rack systems. With a 20 year history of innovation, Avrak products continue to be the popular choice for AV professionals and audio enthusiasts. Product information is available on the website or from prominent AV dealers and installers in Canada or USA. Doc Greene of AV Expert in Houston, Texas says "With the kind of home theater and automation projects we do, the racks have to be premium quality, affordable and easy to install. They also have to look great with the décor of the any home. Avrak gives us everything we need".

The Avrak model is designed to rotate inside of an enclosure for easy access to the back of you're audio video gear. This rack can also be free standing with a rotational base or a castor base. The Avtrak model is designed to pull out on a carriage and rotate. The new Fatrak model is 2 components wide and also pulls out and rotates.

For more information on these premium, innovative and affordable rack systems, visit the Avrak website. www.avrak.com

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