Pangea Audio, a developer and manufacturer of audio accessories, has designed a new Vulcan Parawood four-shelf equipment rack that takes advantage of the solid and rugged characteristics of the light-colored, sustainable hardwood material.
Parawood is produced from the Para rubber tree, known for a solid, compacted structure that lasts for decades. It is much tougher than other timber like pine, which means it is much less likely to scratch.
“Natural Parawood offers a wide range of benefits, from its overall stability, density, and its beautiful woodgrain finish,” said Steve Niemi, director of global sales, Pangea Audio. “In addition, Para trees are planted in vast quantities throughout southeast Asia, ensuring a steady and abundant supply of Parawood for years to come.”
The Pangea Audio Vulcan Parawood four-shelf audio rack (MSRP: $499.95) continues the tradition of the Vulcan series of attractive, well-built audio furniture, featuring four shelves of ample storage space that maintain the original model’s ultra-stable, low-vibration characteristics. Parawood shelves are 0.8-inch thick, with a durable hand-polished finish and elegant satin silver-finish steel support tubes.
With space for up to four components, the Vulcan four-shelf Parawood rack, which measures 32″ H x 24″ W x 18″ D, is a strong, stable platform for even the most sensitive turntables. Like all Vulcan products, the rack can be reconfigured as needed to best suit the user’s needs.
Steel support tubes are scratch- and resonance-resistant. Innovative cone point feet and spikes are included for easy transfer and leveling.
A matching Parawood add-a-shelf kit (MSRP: $169.95) is available to audio enthusiasts who need additional space for equipment and accessories. The kit includes one extra shelf and four 7.25-inch satin silver posts. Users can add up to two additional shelves to the rack.
“As a company that is committed to supporting an eco-friendly work environment and lifestyle, the Parawood rack exemplifies our focus on sourcing replenishable materials that are best-in-class without diminishing natural resources,” Niemi added.