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Gator G-Tour DJ CD 2000 ATA Style Road Flight Case for Large Format Media Players, Pioneer CDJ-2000
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Designed to fit the Pioneer CDJ-2000 and other similarly sized large-format professional media players, this rugged ATA-style road case gives your va...Click To Read More About This Product
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Rugged construction with steel-ball corners and water-resistant gasket in the lid.
Designed to fit the Pioneer CDJ-2000 and other similarly sized large-format professional media players, this rugged ATA-style road case gives your valuable equipment uncompromising protection against the rigors of gigging and touring. Not only will the G-Tour DJ CD 2000 road case keep your media player safe and operating in peak form, the classic ATA styling gives your setup an instantly recognizable look of polished professionalism.
The G-Tour DJ CD 2000 road case is designed to withstand whatever punishment you can give it, thanks to its heavy-duty build. It features tour-style plywood wall construction with a durable exterior laminate and steel-ball corners. Recessed, spring-loaded steel handles make the case a snap to carry, while rugged steel butterfly twist latches are also recessed.
Thick, dense EVA rubber inside the G-Tour DJ CD 2000 keeps your media player snugly in place and protects it from shock. When it’s time to take the stage, a removable front panel gives you access to your CDJ’s loading slot, while rear access cable ports keep things organized and professional-looking.
- Profession-grade ATA-style road case
- Designed to fit large-format media players including the Pioneer CDJ-2000
- Rugged construction with tour-style plywood walls
- Reinforced steel-ball corners
- Recessed steel handle and twisting butterfly latches
Your media player is an investment that should be protected—order your road case today.