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Author Topic: Transporting a Mackie Onyx 24:4 on its side?  (Read 432 times)

Jonathan Goodall

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Transporting a Mackie Onyx 24:4 on its side?
« on: January 07, 2014, 03:16:45 am »

I have my first "real" small tour coming up in a couple of weeks which will involve about 1000km+ of driving  (small by many standards I know).  To fit the whole PA in the available truck, I have to put the desk (in a flight case) on its side, fader side down.  Should there be any reason to be worried about transporting that desk in that orientation for a length of time?
I have seen plenty of top-end desks transported on their side, but they usually have external power supplies.  I'm worried that having the desk on its side for a long period of time will stress the connections to the internal power supply.

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Re: Transporting a Mackie Onyx 24:4 on its side?
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2014, 12:11:00 pm »

Should there be any reason to be worried about transporting that desk in that orientation for a length of time?
No.
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