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SKB 6U Expander Case for R106/R104
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The 1SKB-R1906 was designed to add expandability to the new 1SKB-R104 and 1SKB-R106, as well as the 1SKB19-R1006(V) and the 1SKB19-R1010(V). The 1SKB...Read More
The 1SKB-R1906 was designed to add expandability to the new 1SKB-R104 and 1SKB-R106, as well as the 1SKB19-R1006(V) and the 1SKB19-R1010(V). The 1SKB-R1906 can even stack on itself by simply removing the casters from the top one before stacking.
The Roto Rack Expander case features 6U on the front and 6U in the rear with front and rear covers with SKB's glass reinforced TSA trigger release latches. Heavy-duty locking 5 inch casters make for easy transport and durable nylon straps secure the gear together.
There is a 1" border around the top of the case (to help hold whatever is on top, in place). So the actual depth (height) is 16" and if you include the wheels, it's 21" (20" from the bottom of the wheels to the top mounting surface).
A great stackable rack design.
- Roto molded for strength
- 6U rack with front AND rear rails
- Durable 5" wheels with dual locking feature
- Nylon web cinch straps
- TSA glass reinforced nylon trigger latches
- Fits under R104, R106, R1006 and R1010 cases
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- Easy To Carry
- Good Protection
- Heavy duty
- Perfect Fit For R106
- Missing Ports For Cables
- Expansion For R106
Comments about SKB 6U Expander Case for R106/R104:
I bought this about 8 months ago to "expand" my live sound/DJ/lighting/ghost hunting setup. I have the SKB R106 with expanding laptop shelf. I have a mixer up top on the slant, and underneath have Chauvet DMX lighting controller, Tascam 1800 USB interface, and a Raxxes power center. I bought the expander case for someplace to put my power amp, and wireless mic receiver. The R106 has ports on either side to run cables through; speakers and power. The Expander does not. So, the R106 is set up nice when all the "spaghetti cables" are hidden when you put the back cover back on and use the side cable ports. The Expander rear cover needs to remain off, thus exposing a mess of wires. Even with cable ties and trying to keep things neat, it is still a bit of an eye sore. I really don't want to cut holes in the expander, so I am left with trying to minimize the mess. If you want to maintain a clean, professional appearance on a mobile rig, use caution with what is mounted in the Expander case. I however have no regrets with the purchase. Everything is very mobile, and looks great having all your equipment in the same place. Professional and quality is top notch. Make sure you buy from Musicians Friend though; customer service is better than the rest, and price match is best.