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SKB SKB19-352DJ DJ Command Module
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The compact, rugged, and versatile SKB DJ Command Module holds your rackmounted rig in complete security. It's Roto-molded with patented SKB-X-rib ex...Read More
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The compact, rugged, and versatile SKB DJ Command Module holds your rackmounted rig in complete security. It's Roto-molded with patented SKB-X-rib exterior with a clamshell-style lid that rocks back, then slides off. Heavy-duty side handles make transport a breeze. Spaces for DJ equipment include 3U with 5-1/2" depth, 5U with 3-1/4" depth, and 2U with 15-1/4" depth. 23 lbs.
SKB is a premier supplier of instrument and DJ gear cases. SKB builds their products with military-spec, ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene and premium hardware. All SKB hardshell cases are unconditionally guaranteed forever. That means if you break the SKB DJ command module, they will repair or replace it at no cost to you.
SKB19-352DJ DJ Command Module
- 3U with 5-1/2" depth, 5U with 3-1/4" depth, and 2U with 15-1/4" depth. 23 lbs.
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Comments about SKB19-352DJ DJ Command Module:
I bought this as my first case when I started DJing a few years ago. I really liked the look and SKBs reputation for quality products. At first this thing was awesome, but over time I grew to not like it.First off, there should be some provision to run cables out of the case while the back is on. I used to just bend the back door, but then I just cut a small square and it works great. Second, the 'hooks' that attach the cover to the case are metal on plastic. Meaning, the metal screws go into a plastic case. Needless to say, they are loose now. Bottom line: This case may get you a ton of compliments on how clean your rig looks, but the quality is not what you'd expect from SKB. I look at this as more of an old-timers DJ module, not the fly-guy.