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Gator G-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case  12 Space

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Overview

  • Pop-up ratchet system
  • Compact size
  • High density polyethylene cabinet construction
Description & Specs
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    $399.99
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      Excellent protection and event-friendly features!

      The Gator ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case features a pop-up ratchet system for transporting your mixer flat then elevating to the angle you want. Its compact size allows for smaller transportation area requirements, and the high density polyethylene cabinet construction ensures your music mixer arrives in the same condition it was in when you left. Spring loaded twist latches and chrome plated corners for extra protection features pull-out handle, recessed wheels, field-replaceable threaded rack rails and a padded wrist rest for comfort.

      Features

      • Pop-up ratchet system
      • Compact size
      • High density polyethylene cabinet construction
      • Spring loaded twist latches
      • Chrome plated corners
      • Pull-out handle & recessed wheels
      • Recessed spring loaded handles
      • Threaded rack rails
      • Padded wrist rest
      • Rack-mounted

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      G-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case Specifications:

      • 8-space dimensions
      • Rackable space: 19.25" x 14" x 6.5"
      • Exterior dimensions: 17.5" x 21.5" x 9.5"
      • Weight: 16.25 lb.
      • 12-space dimensions
      • Rackable space: 19.25" x 21" x 6.5"
      • Exterior dimensions: 24.5" x 21.5" x 9.5"
      • Weight: 19.25 lb.
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      GatorG-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case
       
      4.7

      (based on 3 reviews)

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      4.0

      Nice Rack!!!!

      By D4G

      from U.S.

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Good Protection
      • Rollers
      • Sturdy

      Cons

      • Depth
      • Rail Configuration

      Best Uses

      • Local Medium Duty Use

      Comments about Gator G-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case:

      This is overall a good case and will fit the needs of 95% of musicians out there.

      I like the rollers and handle as it makes transfer of the board and cabling a breeze. They also seem to be of decent quality and the rollers roll smoothly. It provides good protection while being relatively light weight. It is barely deep enough to also accommodate my Rolls power conditioner as I do have to scrunch down slightly on the power cord to close the case. There is ample room for a reasonable amount of cabling underneath the board (depending on your board).

      The rail configuration makes set up more difficult then necessary for my set up as the rail screw holes are held in place by screws on top, middle, and bottom. If you were to use the bottom or topmost units it requires removal of screws which detached the screw holes and some unnecessary dexterity to reattach screws with board in place. Why they did not permanently attach screw holes beats me. Once you have the board in place however, this is no longer an issue but it can make installing components more difficult. The rollers and handle takes up some space in the case but not much. Also, if you need a lockable case, this one does not lock.

      If you plan to attach a power conditioner I highly recommend measuring depth to include the power cord into your conditioner. Mine only fits if I compress the cord a bit. not a show stopper but again not what I prefer to do.

      Overall I am happy with this case. It is an excellent case for local use. The only situation I would not recommend this is if you need a flight case. Aside from this, it does exactly what I expected of it and is fairly priced, relative to other like cases, especially if you desire rollers.

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      5.0

      Excellent protection an carry on

      By laxssessdj

      from Los Angeles, CA

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Easy To Carry
      • Good Protection
      • Stylish

      Cons

      • Bulky

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Travel

      Comments about Gator G-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case:

      I love this mixer case, my equipment is well protected and is easy to carry

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      5.0

      Perfect fit, tilt and haul for Onyx 1620 mixer

      By Jthrel

      from Midwest

      Comments about Gator G-MIX ATA Rolling Pop-up Mixer Case:

      After extensive research and reading dozens of reviews, I purchased the Gator G-mix-12 PU for my Mackie Onyx 1620 mixer (optional FireWire card installed). Although the Gator case fit chart did not list this case for my mixer, the Mackie 1620 fits the case perfectly without bottoming out or being jammed. A pair of flat-metal bars provides threaded seats for every rack hole. A full package of rack bolts with plastic washers was included. There is enough extra space between the mixer and top of the rack frame to route cords. A 2-inch wide wrist-rest sits at the bottom of the rack and prevents the bottom edge of the mixer from scraping on the metal rack-edge. The tilt-up rack frame lets you set the mixer angle in 3 degree increments up to 36 degrees with a no-hands-needed spring loaded catch. When the rack is raised all the way, the catch automatically releases and lets you lower the rack to the bottom. The catch is completely automatic with no finger-pinching buttons to push or protruding knobs to turn on the tilt mechanism. SLICK! The Mackie FireWire card on my mixer protrudes a little from the back but has plenty of clearance with the tilting rack. An interior cut-out slot in the foam-lined top and oodles of room beneath the mixer provide lots of cord storage. Eggcrate foam lines the top of the case but is a little too snug on the mixer knobs when the top is seated. The top should work OK if it is seated gently while closing the case. Don?t shove the top sideways to get the case mated or you could bend the mixer knobs. A single padded metal D-handle swings out when you need to lift or drag the mixer case. The D-handle is recessed and held in the recess with a spring. This is the only lift handle on the case which makes placement or removal of the case in a tight spot occasionally awkward. A luggage-type slide out handle and rollerblade wheels let you transport the mixer over firm surfaces without busting a gut. This is a strong, well thought-out case. The case corners are reinforced with metal. The four metal latches are decent but do not have key locks and have flip-up ?ears? that can catch on things. Gator guarantees against factory defects for life. My only concerns are the long-term ruggedness of the pop-up catch mechanism and the toughness of wheels ? both of which remain to be seen.

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