Highlighted
Contributor - Level 2

M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

I have used these with good success in the past for LS9's.
audiopile.net/CU-P-22-Series-Combo-Cases

However I don't think there will be enough room with the stock Midas brackets.

What is everyone racking theirs in? Using other/modified brackets?
Tags (1)
JimWhitmer Contributor - Level 2 2015-12-24

2015-12-24

M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

I have used these with good success in the past for LS9's.
audiopile.net/CU-P-22-Series-Combo-Cases

However I don't think there will be enough room with the stock Midas brackets.

What is everyone racking theirs in? Using other/modified brackets?

  • 0 Kudos
  • 8 Replies
  • Reply
Contributor - Level 3

Re: M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

Why don't you think it will fit? It's a standard size.
Contributor - Level 2

Re: M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

Although it's not much taller than the LS9, the rail on the ls9 is at an angle, compared to the m32 which is parallel to the rack rails. Leaves about six inches above the rails compared to two or so like the ls9.
Contributor - Level 2

Re: M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

Confirmed lid will fit with oem bracket installed.

Drill a minimum of two additional holes in the bracket and it will sit at the correct angle to fit in above rack utilizing existing threaded holes in the mixer! Smiley Happy
Contributor - Level 2

M32R mounting in a rack

I had a Presonus 16.4.2 in a rack. To mount, I had to remove the side panels of the mixer.

Is or are there instructions for mounting the M32R in a rack? Pictures of anyone who has one is a rack, not a case??
Contributor - Level 2

A little help?

I was told by tech support that there were many angled options once you remove the side caps. Upon doing so, I must be missing something, because the only option without drilling in the rails is a straight horizontal mount. That makes the board way too high for most travel cases?? Anybody with pictures of the board in a rolling RACK! If I would have wanted a table unit, I would have bought the M32. Sorry for the rant.
Contributor - Level 2

Solution!

After talking with a couple of people at Midas and one of the designers at EWI cases, rather than modifying the rack rails, I used a shelf. The board sits level and the screen is at the correct angles. I used one pipe foam insulators ($3) to protect the sides and snug it in the rack! Fits like a glove! Problem solved. Thanks to all involved!

http://s2.photobucket.com/user/akstrat61/media/IMG_3211_zps2vypi0k8.jpg.html

http://s2.photobucket.com/user/akstrat61/media/IMG_3210_zpschuv5zks.jpg.html
Contributor - Level 2

Re: M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

Mark Norgren;82708 wrote:
After talking with a couple of people at Midas and one of the designers at EWI cases, rather than modifying the rack rails, I used a shelf. The board sits level and the screen is at the correct angles. I used one pipe foam insulators ($3) to protect the sides and snug it in the rack! Fits like a glove! Problem solved. Thanks to all involved!

http://s2.photobucket.com/user/akstrat61/media/IMG_3211_zps2vypi0k8.jpg.html

http://s2.photobucket.com/user/akstrat61/media/IMG_3210_zpschuv5zks.jpg.html


What about the rear section? is there room for the interconnect cabling and DL13/32 cat 5 on an XLR barrel?
I'd list my gear here but they only allow 200 characters... I have MIDA/AVID/BEHRINGER/PRESONUS/SOUNDCRAFT consoles and Meyer/QSC/Mackie Speakers and tons of gear.
Contributor - Level 2

Re: M32r... Have you found a rack that it fits in?

I have the smaller rack, yes, there is plenty of room in the back for all the connections to stay. i even have my wifi router strapped to the back of the rack. It all fits.
Thanks, Dave