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RE: Small laptop-based looping setup: case (slightly OT)
Only consideration is the dimensions of the larger of the two, might not
on an airplane, Honestly though I'd carry the laptop on the plane if I were
you. The face of those laptop/mixer rack combos is not that rigged and
be crushed in enough, to damage the lap top. I did get one of those with a
six space rack, got it filled up, and it got really heavy. Had a hernia a
week later, and sold the thing. , and bought a Gator rolling rack and stuck
my mixer back in its old case.
From: David Morton [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2005 3:43 PM
Subject: Re: Small laptop-based looping setup: case (slightly OT)
On 11/27/05, William Walker <email@example.com> wrote:
> I second what rick said about gator cases, i believe they are more rugged
> than Skb cases,yet still lite weight. and add that they all feature a
> latch that keeps the lid from falling off even if it becomes unlatched,
> they are also locking, which won't help on the airlines but is cool for
> transport. Also I have had luck putting a gator three or four space rack
> (the kind that is canvas covered with a hard frame) in a regular sized
> suitcase, which makes it less obvious looking as well as more protected.
I'd not come across Gator before, and was looking at the website.
These two products
(which holds a laptop & 2u)
(which holds a laptop & 4u and has wheels and a handle)
would seem to have great potential.