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Odyssey FZGS1316WDLX Glide Style Combo Rack
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This Odyssey Glide Style Combo features a special sliding laptop platform mounted above a 19" ATA case. At your gig, set your laptop on the carpeted ...Read More
This Odyssey Glide Style Combo features a special 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. The slanted rack has 13 spaces, while the vertical rack has 16. The FZGS1316WDLX rack has a removable back cover that can be attached horizontally on the side, and using fold out legs, turns into a table perfect for those on-the-go gigs. It also comes with 4" caster wheels for easy transportation.
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.
Puts your laptop right where you want it while providing rack housing for your complete DJ rig.
- Sliding, carpeted platform mounted above a 19" ATA case.
- Slanted rack with 13 spaces.
- Vertical rack with 16 spaces.
- Fold out legs hidden in the removable back cover allow it to become a side workstation
FZGS1316WDLX Glide Style Combo Rack
Slanted rack: 13 spaces
Vertical rack: 16 spaces
Overall product: 22.25"W x 48.5"H x 28.5"D
Weight: 111 lbs
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- For Size It's Light
- High Quality Casters
- Quality Frame
- Lower Grade Wood
- Low Grade Coating
- Moderate Use On The Road
- Small Venues
Comments about Odyssey FZGS1316WDLX Glide Style Combo Rack:
Overall I would recommend this product if you are bringing your own pa equipment to small venues. I would not suggest it for long tours or airplane travel. for the price you can't beat it the functionality is great with the sliding platform for small light controllers or computers is great so you can also record your set. I think the casters are one of the greater assets to this case they make transporting glide with ease and have locking mechanisms that allow you to keep it stationary if need be. Converting the back hatch to a table is gray too you can set up other equipment or give your sound guy a place to lay out his notes and tools if need be.