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Keeps your DJ equipment secure with plenty of space.
Odyssey's FZGS1116WDLX Flight Ready mixer combo rack features an 11-space angled top mixer rack and a 16-space vertical rack below. This glide style combo also features a patent-pending carpeted sliding laptop platform mounted above a 19" ATA case. At your gig, set your laptop on the carpeted surface, plug in, and you're ready to go. Slide it forward to use your laptop. Slide it back to use the mixer section underneath. It also features a table extension that can be mounted on either side of the combo rack for a sturdy surface to place CD drives or turntables. The combo rack's rear removable trap door offers great accessibility for cables and wiring, to get your gig rig set and ready to take to the stage. NOTE: This Odyssey case is not designed to transport your laptop.
Keep your gear safe in a rugged Odyssey flight ready case.
Flight Zone Combo Rack
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Comments about Odyssey Flight Zone Combo Rack:
The top slider is great to put non-rack mountable stuff like small receivers and whatnot when you can't use the table for space reasons. My Yamaha MG-206C mixer fit perfectly snug in the top space, although I have to work the top slider around the XLR and 1/4" input cables. Kind of a pain. Ended up getting 90* 1/4" adapters. Wish they made ones for XLR. Plenty of space in the vertical section. I have a Furman M-8DX at the very top. The lights help to illuminate everything below. Below that I have a Raxxess Universal Component Rack Shelf to hold things like power packs (zip-tied securely) and mics. Then a whole bunch of open space that ends up being used for storage during transport, with an older, heavy American DJ amp at the very bottom. Plenty of room for another amp or 2 and some more rack mounted toys. I knocked a star off of quality because as I was screwing the casters on, 1 or 2 screws started to strip. No problems, though. Been packed/unpacked/transported/rolled around to and from quite a few gigs with no problems. The locking casters are a plus. No problems being transported in a trailer strapped to the wall.