Best hi-fi and AV racks

The ideal environment for your hi-fi and home cinema kit is level, dust-free and secure. These racks tick most of those boxes and a few more besides - though the dusting is your job. So don't go to Ikea, don't even think about stacking stuff on the floor - get one of these instead. Trust us, your system (and your ears) will thank you.

Hi-fi rack under £500

Atacama Apollo Storm 6

Chunky but elegant looks and, even more importantly, the ability to let your equipment do its thing unhindered. Modular design makes for ultimate flexibility.


4 different leg lengths | Oak | Adjustable 8mm steel spikes

Reasons to Buy
Sturdy build
Variable leg lengths
Reasons to Avoid
Nothing at this price

Hi-fi rack under £1000

Atacama Evoque Eco 60-40 Special Edition

This builds on the Eco 60-40's design and dampening, making it a great choice at this price. The price we're quoting is per tier.

Reasons to Buy
Betters composure and organisation of existing hi-fi equipment
Attractive design
Reasons to Avoid
Nothing of note

AV rack under £1000

Atacama Elite Eco 12.0

Another modular design, albeit an all-round pricier option: each extra shelf costs at least £250. But those looking to spend a little more won't be disappointed.

Reasons to Buy
Smart looks
Free optional cable management loops
Sturdy build
Helps to get the most from your kit
Reasons to Avoid
Rather large
Stacking shelves on top of each other is tricky

AV rack under £1500

Hi Fi Racks Podium XL

This large rack can handle a 65in TV without any problems and no hi-fi separate should be too wide to accommodate. And it lets your electronics breathe freely.

Reasons to Buy
Performs very well
modular design
solid build
Reasons to Avoid
Lack of cable management