first time posting but have lurked for a while enjoying the discussions.
I have recently invested in a second hand fraim lite stand consisting of standard cherry base and three shelves with black supports. I had hoped to pick up at least another two similar shelves on the second hand market but up to now no luck. This has left me, in my rather small listening room, constantly moving the aforementioned boxed shelves from one part of the room to another and to be honest I’ve reached my limit.
The problem is my set up needs more than four shelves and therefore means I will have to stack some components on top of each other which I know is not ideal but I’d be prepared to put up with it, until I stumble across the necessary shelving, to get some space back.
My system consists of -
REGA RP6 + TPSU + STAGELINE N
NAC-N 172 XS
NAIT XS 2
FLATCAP 2 XS
They are stacked in this order with the TPSU and Stageline N on each side on top of CD stands which are either side of the wooden hi fi unit which my set up is currently housed in.
So my questions are - Is the way I have them currently stacked the best way? Will the fact I have to, hopefully temporarily, stack some components alter how they should be stacked? As I have them at the moment the Rega RP6 will be on top of the CD5 XS which will be on top of the NAC-N 172 XS: I hope at some point to put the RP6 on a wall shelf.
My plug in order is TPSU, CD5 XS, NAC-N 172 XS, NAIT5 XS, FLATCAP XS2, FLATCAP XS.
Any help, clarification, appreciated.