Earthqake Proofing and Workstation suggestions
I'm looking to purchase a new Workstation desk for my music studio. this is what I'm looking at and it costs about 200.00:http://www.quiklok.com/400x400/sku_Z_250.jpg
Is there anything else in the pricerange that you'd suggest instead? It will hold my Computer Monitor and Speaker monitors among some other pieces of gear.
Also, how would you Earthquake Ready it? I'd rather not drill into my walls. I'm just thinking about keeping all the stuff STABLE on the desk if a Big one hits.
If a big one hits, your computer is the least of your worries, but do you want to fasten all that down? Kinda hard to do but I suppose you could simply use brackets on the monitor base, or drill and screw it, same for most everything else. Might be easier to move
I was in a Big one in Seattle 2001(almost a 7.0!!!)My gear was on a Ultimate Support Studio Stand which amazingly absorbed much of the shock while everything else in my place got tipped over. I no longer have the Ultimate stand that's why I ask.
Earthquakes must be the only downside to living in Cali. I wish I could live there. It's getting cold in Minnesota again, and there's no snow for snowboarding yet.
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