The Odyssey FZGS12MIXBL is a Black Label Flight Zone Glide Style 12" DJ mixer case with built-in laptop shelf. Also available without the laptop shelf is the FZ12MIXBL (featured in the video).
Odyssey's Black Label Series of ATA flight cases. Made to the exact same standards as our Flight Zone series but with a twist. Each compartment feature a valley or pit as you might call it that allows for more ventilation of the gear as well as an area for cables management.The components used to produce this series, including the aluminum trim and hardware, is now anodized and/or powder coated in "Black" for a one of a kind look that is so slick looking it's beyond cool.
• Heavy-Duty Ball Corners
• Recessed Handle and Latches
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
• PATENTED GLIDE STYLE PLATFORM
• Laptop platform dims are: 22.25"W x 12.25"D
• Bottom platform is: 12.25"W x 12.25"D, 2" height clearance
• Mixer Compartment is: 13"W x 15"D (plus 3" for plug-ins)
Case would also fit:
• Pioneer DJM-900
Approximate Dimensions (exterior):
16.75"W x 11.75"H x 20.25"D
Approximate Shipping dimensions (exterior):
21" x 18" x 13"
Approximate Shipping weight:
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