PRO-JECT Wallmount IT 1 Equipment Support Shelf – Solid and easy to install.

Relatively easy to assemble and install, although the spike/locknut fittings are a little fiddly, and the screws to hold the wall plate to the shelf support were incredibly stiff. Oiling the threads helped though. Tip: mark up the wall with just the backplate before assembly. Several reviews mention the wooden deck being insecure on the spikes. I found that if you lay the shelf support with spikes in place on the floor, line up the deck then press the deck onto the spikes, the spikes make indentations in the underside of the deck so it no longer slides around. All in all i’m very pleased with the unit.

Solid and easy to install. . The metal bracket is very solid and well made and with basic diy skills installing is pretty easy although the actual base the turntable will stand on is very cheap (level though which is very important). I had to find a side that was completely square for the front and put the slightly damaged veneer to the rear. Having said that once installed on a stone chimney breast i could leap around on our bendy living room floor and the stylus did not skip once and overall it looks pretty good from a distance. I will at some point replace the ‘wooden’ base with something a bit more substantial.

Solid and easy to install. . The metal bracket is very solid and well made and with basic diy skills installing is pretty easy although the actual base the turntable will stand on is very cheap (level though which is very important). I had to find a side that was completely square for the front and put the slightly damaged veneer to the rear. Having said that once installed on a stone chimney breast i could leap around on our bendy living room floor and the stylus did not skip once and overall it looks pretty good from a distance. I will at some point replace the ‘wooden’ base with something a bit more substantial.

The steel frame is very robust and installation was straightforward. I used screws of the recommended size and the shelf is more than adequately supported. My walls are concrete block so i imagine the story would be a little different if attempting a fix to plaster board. Why were the screws and plugs not supplied, seems mean given the item price. I had some suitable fixings in the house but i’m sure that’s not the case for everyone. The actual top platform is much too flimsy, even the modest weight of a project debut carbon is making it bend slightly. It could easily be twice as thick without causing any problems. The top platform just sits on adjustable spikes. It is very, very easy to move it, even opening the turntable lid is enough to dislodge it if you aren’t careful. Overall not bad, could do better.

Great, easy to install and it works.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • This product does what it says on the tin.
  • Adequate but not great
  • Solid and easy to install.

Relatively easy to assemble and install, although the spike/locknut fittings are a little fiddly, and the screws to hold the wall plate to the shelf support were incredibly stiff. Oiling the threads helped though. Tip: mark up the wall with just the backplate before assembly. Several reviews mention the wooden deck being insecure on the spikes. I found that if you lay the shelf support with spikes in place on the floor, line up the deck then press the deck onto the spikes, the spikes make indentations in the underside of the deck so it no longer slides around. All in all i’m very pleased with the unit.

This product does what it says on the tin. . Looking at these reviews i am a bit surprised people are disappointed with it. Secondly and very importantly it looks nice and is not obtrusive, especially if you paint the flat back fixing plate the same colour as the wall. Regarding the shelf moving on the spikes, as somebody else has said, if you push down on the shelf and make indentations in it this stops it moving. Re changing the mdf for something more substantial. Light and rigid is well known to give good support so there is probably no point. As for not having fixing screws and wall plugs i am not a bit surprised as there are so many types of wall to fix to. I bought this for my project debut esprit and i am probably going to buy another one for my vpi.

The steel frame is very robust and installation was straightforward. I used screws of the recommended size and the shelf is more than adequately supported. My walls are concrete block so i imagine the story would be a little different if attempting a fix to plaster board. Why were the screws and plugs not supplied, seems mean given the item price. I had some suitable fixings in the house but i’m sure that’s not the case for everyone. The actual top platform is much too flimsy, even the modest weight of a project debut carbon is making it bend slightly. It could easily be twice as thick without causing any problems. The top platform just sits on adjustable spikes. It is very, very easy to move it, even opening the turntable lid is enough to dislodge it if you aren’t careful. Overall not bad, could do better.

It is a sturdy bracket with the right wall fixing. It is a sturdy bracket with the right wall fixing. I used 4 inch screws to be ion the safe side (as i live in a new build). It is minimal and not obtrusive. My only criticism of it is the mdf plinth that the deck sits on. There is no way of fixing it into place and when using the deck, the slightest amount of pressure or force sees the plinth moving on the isolation spikes. You have to be very careful so as not to knock it off balance.

This product does what it says on the tin. . Looking at these reviews i am a bit surprised people are disappointed with it. Secondly and very importantly it looks nice and is not obtrusive, especially if you paint the flat back fixing plate the same colour as the wall. Regarding the shelf moving on the spikes, as somebody else has said, if you push down on the shelf and make indentations in it this stops it moving. Re changing the mdf for something more substantial. Light and rigid is well known to give good support so there is probably no point. As for not having fixing screws and wall plugs i am not a bit surprised as there are so many types of wall to fix to. I bought this for my project debut esprit and i am probably going to buy another one for my vpi.

Turntable board tends to slip on the leveling spikes. Spikes not sharp enough to penetrate board and give some support.

Great, easy to install and it works.

Turntable board tends to slip on the leveling spikes. Spikes not sharp enough to penetrate board and give some support.

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