Studio Trends 46 in. Studio Desk with Dual 4U Racks Cherry 

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Functional and affordable computer-based cherry wood workstation.

The Studio Trends STLD46 46" Desk features a wide work area and plenty of rack space for all your recording and editing needs. It has a 46"-wide work surface, desk shelf for computer monitor and speakers, two 4-space racks for outboard gear, and 4 casters-front casters lock. It also has a cable port to hide wires, for a more aesthetic look. This is the perfect compliment to any home studio or editing suite environment, a practical space for writing, producing and mixing music. 

FEATURES
  • Two 4-space racks within reach 
  • Four casters for easy mobility
  • Front casters are locking
  • 46" wide work space
  • Desk shelf for monitors and displays

Make your studio functional and attractive. Order today!

 

46 in. Studio Desk with Dual 4U Racks Specifications:

  • General
  • Built-in racks: Yes, 2 x 4U
  • Casters: Yes, locking
  • Cable management: Yes
  • Width: 45 in.
  • Height: 37.75 in. 
  • Depth: 36.5 in. 
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Studio Trends46 in. Studio Desk with Dual 4U Racks
 
3.0

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3.0

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from Sevierville, TN

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Functional

Cons

  • Particle Board And Glue

Best Uses

  • Studio

Comments about Studio Trends 46 in. Studio Desk with Dual 4U Racks:

I think the cons shoud speak for itself. For the amount of money, I would have thought it would have been at least plywood with laminate cover. It seems decent enough. After assembling and setting up my items, I realized I probably should have gone with a wider desk but this is still good. As long as I keep it dry, it should never buckle.

I can push my keys back (I have the maudio axiom 49) when I need to use computer keyboard and vice versa. This desk would probably hold a 61 key rig comfortably.

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