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    DJTT Tankard fullenglishpint's Avatar
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    could always take everything out of its flight case when at home?
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    No i meant for mobile, not sure where to put it. Perhaps I just need to get a bigger table.

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    You take a whole table with you?? You could sell the flightcases and get a big ol' coffin case for everything and a stable keyboard stand or something to put it on.
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    I have a small plastic table that folds in half. None of the venues around here have booths or gear for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilobytekaushik View Post
    looks like u got lots of 2 channel audio cards :|
    Selling the numark dj i/o . Need to buy an interface to record the electribe with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbo View Post
    I have a small plastic table that folds in half. None of the venues around here have booths or gear for that matter.
    Check this product:
    http://www.roadreadycases.com/pdf/RR12BB.pdf

    But look at the PDF, as I suspect that the site has mistaken the pictures of the RRBB and the RR12BB. According to the PDF specs , the RR12BB will do the job for you.

    It's practically a set of brackets to mount the mixer between the TTs using a special construction. You attach it to the cases and it creates a shelf between them. You will practically place the mixer and the X1 on the side of the mixer in an X1 case and both will fit in on the shelf. It's said to be up-to 14" in width, which should do about fine for your NUO3 + the X1.

    EDIT: Found a more realistically looking image:
    Last edited by loop; 03-15-2011 at 11:44 AM.

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    Thats pretty sweet, thanks loop!

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    You're welcome!

    don't forget to post an update of the setup if you eventually implement this

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    I have access to a sheet metal brake, i might make a custom one! The wheels are turning....

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh@firestorm View Post
    Citronic, Omnitronic, Stanton, Akiyama, KAM, American Audio and a few others i cant remember off the top of my head all use the 'Super OEM' turntable as the platform they base their models on.. they all use the same base parts but some 'manufacturers' have different features like reverse spin platters.
    Hell yes. I adore my citronic pd45s. Amazing value for money.

    Edit: screw it. may as well show you them.



    Pretty cool program eh?
    Last edited by MrPopinjay; 03-15-2011 at 02:19 PM.

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