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Odyssey FZGS1304 Glide Style Combo Rack
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This Glide Style Combo features Odyssey's original sliding laptop platform mounted above a 19" ATA case. At your gig, set your laptop on the carpeted...Click To Read More About This Product
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Puts your laptop right where you want it while providing rack housing for your complete DJ rig.
This Glide Style Combo features Odyssey's original sliding laptop platform mounted above a 19" ATA case. At your gig, set your laptop on the carpeted surface of the rack case, plug in and you're ready to go. Slide it forward to use your laptop. Slide it back to use the mixer section underneath. Keep your laptop close and safe on a sturdy Glide Style Combo case.
The gliding laptop platform can be positioned as needed. For the safety of your equipment, please be aware that the platform can be removed when slid out to it's furthest point.
Note: This Odyssey case is not designed to transport your laptop. Damage may occur.
Carpeted sliding laptop platform mounted above a 19" ATA case
Slanted rack with 13 spaces
Vertical rack with 4 spaces
Slanted rack: 13 spaces
Vertical rack: 4 spaces
Overall product: 22.25"W x 20.875"H x 28.375"D
Weight: 54 lbs.
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Comments about Odyssey FZGS1304 Glide Style Combo Rack:
This case is a monster. It is heavy and bulky. I have been looking at this case for a while to hold my Presonus StudioLive 16.4.2. It fits well and if you mount it all the way up, you can still use the headphone jack on the front. I also wanted something that I could hold a power conditioner and a sonic maximizer and possibly my 50ft 16 channel snake for transport. It can certainly do all that. I looked at building my own case and having one custom made, and neither was financially advantageous. Knowing the speciasl MF runs frequently, I waited until a decent discount came along and got it for the best price I could find online or in stores. It arrived on time and when I opened it, it had a nice ding in the top exposing the wood (probably in shipping). As I looked at the rest of the case, there were at least 3 sets of bolts/washers/nuts floating around the case. Obviously and easy fix, but I was pretty upset with the lack of quality control. I left the case as is until I spoke with MF. Their customer service was very friendly. We were able to work out a reasonable deal that was mutually beneficial and I fixed the case myself. Other than the all the bolts and nuts not being tight, the case is sturdy, the hardware is neat looking and strong, and the case looks sharp. If I were doing this over again, i probably would not get this case solely due to the weight and size. Since I have it now, I am going to find a way to add some casters to it to make it more manageable.