Our Verdict 
In the Sunoko Vent-T, Quadraspire has produced a first rate platform for your kit, that highlights subtleties
For 
Easy to build, tonally balanced, stylish, highlights subtleties
Against 
Nothing of note
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At £800 the metal and wood Sunoko Vent-T is an expensive rack.

Larger than the £380 Quadraspire Q4, it's still clearly from the same family and features long vents cut into its shelves to provide, well, additional ventilation.

It also can pack a hefty 120kg per shelf, so it's strong too.

Our test rig really sang through this rack, serving up a refined, well-lit treble, smooth and rich midrange and a tight bass that featured superb grip and bags of detailing.

Dynamically you get a first rate performance, and the production subtleties in Dot Allison's Tomorrow Never Comes feel like a revelation. What more could you want from a rack?

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