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Steve Payne

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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2011, 09:21:21 pm »

Hey guys,
Maybe I missed it already on here, but I am looking to get a case made for an SC48.  Im no longer dealing with the company I was dealing with before.  Who is a good company out there?  How much did you pay?  Any Pics?  Thanks in advance...

We used Olympic Case out of Florida.  Very satisfied in every respect.  Right at $1800.

http://www.olycase.com/


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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #11 on: July 16, 2011, 02:05:45 pm »

Hey guys,
Maybe I missed it already on here, but I am looking to get a case made for an SC48.  Im no longer dealing with the company I was dealing with before.  Who is a good company out there?  How much did you pay?  Any Pics?  Thanks in advance...

Hey I got a great idea! Maybe YOU could be that pioneering trailblazing soul and member of this Pro Audio community to get one of the Rock Hard Cases rotating mixer cases for your SC48! And then tell us if it rocks or if it drops!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120750229852

Obviously, if you're a guy who has minions working for you and you can just point and watch other guys lift your Sc48 off the ground, then never mind.

As far as stability issues, please read the answer I got from them on the rotating mixer thread. Hey just a thought. Good luck on your choice.
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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #12 on: July 17, 2011, 09:21:50 am »

Steven,
Do you have a picture of that case with the console in it? I am about to order a sc48 case from olympic and want to make sure I learn of anything you may not like. It looks like the holes that are cut for the lights are spread to far compared to the SC48 I have sitting next to me(critical I know but when you pay that much you want it right). Also a pic of the doghouse would be awesome.

T

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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #13 on: July 18, 2011, 10:09:14 am »

Steven,
Do you have a picture of that case with the console in it? I am about to order a sc48 case from olympic and want to make sure I learn of anything you may not like. It looks like the holes that are cut for the lights are spread to far compared to the SC48 I have sitting next to me(critical I know but when you pay that much you want it right). Also a pic of the doghouse would be awesome.

T

Hi Thomas -
  The photos can be misleading if you are looking at the small details, sorry.  They are not of my case.  They are of a case for a Digi system (perhaps a Venue?) that Bob Farina sent me showing construction details of how they would build my SC48 case.  I attached those because they were handy and I thought demonstrated the overall case design.  I will be going over to the shop today or tomorrow and will take and post some photos of my case, including the doghouse. 
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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #14 on: July 18, 2011, 05:56:41 pm »

Steven,
Do you have a picture of that case with the console in it? I am about to order a sc48 case from olympic and want to make sure I learn of anything you may not like. It looks like the holes that are cut for the lights are spread to far compared to the SC48 I have sitting next to me(critical I know but when you pay that much you want it right). Also a pic of the doghouse would be awesome.

T

Thomas -  I took about 10 photos of the case today.  For some reason the board software is not letting me attach them.  (4 .jpg files per post under 512k total) ??  Give me an email address and I will send all of them to you hi res.
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Re: SC48 Case
« Reply #15 on: July 19, 2011, 02:52:22 pm »

Hey guys,
Maybe I missed it already on here, but I am looking to get a case made for an SC48.  Im no longer dealing with the company I was dealing with before.  Who is a good company out there?  How much did you pay?  Any Pics?  Thanks in advance...
Yes the R+R cases are heavier than many others but there is a reason for it. They are heavy-duty no comprimise cases plain and simple. That is the way Mike and boys have been building there cases for years now. With their cases it is one less thing I have to worry about. Money well spent. 

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I couldn't agree more with Doug.  The R&R case I purchased for my SC48 is the best investment I've made this year, just after the SC48 itself.  I highly recommend their design.  ;D
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