ProX fits PreSonus STUDIOLIVE 64S 32S 32.4.2. Mixer Case with Doghouse and Wheels
ProX XS-PRE32DHW PreSonus STUDIOLIVE 64S 32S 32.4.2. Mixer Case with Doghouse and Wheels
This heavy duty XS-PRE32DHW Pro quality ATA road case is custom designed to fit the PreSonus STUDIOLIVE 32.4.2. Live Studio Mixer Console, and it does the job well.
The PreSonus STUDIOLIVE 32.4.2. XS-PRE32DHW case is constructed with rugged and durable Signature Series Plywood, a Doghouse, rubber 4" wheels and reinforced steel ball corners. The doghouse provides hidden space for cables and small accessories in the back of the unit for convenience, as well as a low front panel so you can access your inputs easily.
This ProX "Honeycomb Digital" flight case is made with the super-sleek look of hexagon grids on all shell surfaces, and it gives this case an almost alien look!
* ProX Goes Green: The durable hard rubber foams used in our cases contain 70% recycled content. Of that 70%, 80% of it comes from recycled plastic bottles and the remaining 20% from recycled post-industrial material. At ProX we strive to make the world a better place!
- ProX manufacture flight cases since 1984 and this case is designed to protect your investment
- Standard Style, Silver trim on Black Digital honey Comb exterior design
- ATA-300 Style Gig Ready Flight Road Case
- Signature Series Certified Laminated Gig ready 3/8" plywood
- High-density foam interior support & casing
- Recessed Spring action recessed handles
- Industrial Heavy duty and powerful steel ball corners
- Four 4" Tough durable Casters rubber wheels for mobility (Two are locking)
- Dual anchor rivets
- Easy locking fit aluminum tongue and groove
- Industrial Recessed butterfly twist lock latches
- Industrial Grade Rubber Feet
- All Foam padding made from 85% recycled materials
- ProX Limited Lifetime Warranty
STUDIOLIVE 64S 32S
PreSonus 32.4.2. Live Studio Mixer Console
37.50"L x 13.50"D x 34.50"H
Shipping Weight: 97.00 lbs
Suggested Shipping Method: LTL
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