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Gator GDJ-8X4 Slant Top DJ Mix Station Rack Case
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This lightweight and extremely durable Gator rack case features a heavy-duty threaded rack rail, slanted top, and molded-in carry handles. As an adde...Read More
Super rugged polyethylene workstation for the working DJ.
This lightweight and extremely durable Gator rack case features a heavy-duty threaded rack rail, slanted top, and molded-in carry handles. As an added bonus the mixing console rack case comes with a 420-denier nylon dust cover to keep your audio equipment free from dust and debris. 8-space top and 4-space bottom.
- Rotational molded polyethylene DJ workstation
- 420-denier nylon dust cover
- Heavy-duty rack rail
- Molded-in carry handles
- 8-space top and 4-space bottom
Nearly indestructible construction and convenient features. Order now!
GDJ-8X4 Slant Top DJ Mix Station Rack Case
- 23" x 20" x 15"
Reviewed by 1 customer
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Comments about Gator GDJ-8X4 Slant Top DJ Mix Station Rack Case:
I was told this would fit my PV14 mixer and I was excited to be able to transport my equipment in one easy to cary load. As it would turn out, the mixer ws too long to fit in the top rack. The really odd thing is that when I tried to "dry fit it" in the rack, I noticed that even if it did fit, a conventional power cord would not be able to be intalled in the back of the mixer due to the case design without having to cut a hole in the back. You would need to purchase a right angle power cord if you are attempting to permently install your equipment. I rated low on features just because of the open back design. There should be a removeable panel in the back to hide the view of all your wires and cables. As a mobile DJ, it's important to me to make the best presentation possible and I try to hide as many wires as I can so clients don't have to see a mess.The box seems rugged enough and is pretty light for it's size. I like the cover but I'm sure that with the amount of hauling I do, it will get torn-up in about a year-or-so.