The ProX XS-DJMS9LTBL ATA Style Flight Case designed for the Pioneer DJM-S9 and is made with the highest quality material and workmanship to give you the ultimate security for your Pioneer DJM-S9 Mixer. If you have a passion for your gear and want to keep it safe at all times this case will perform at the highest level every time.
The XS-DJMS9LTBL with sliding laptop shelf is constructed with our rugged signature 3/8" Gig-Ready Series Plywood reinforced steel ball corners for protection and easy stacking and recessed steel paddled handles and latches to protect them from damage during transport. There is additional space for cables and small accessories in the back and underneath the unit for convenience as well as a removable front panel for you to access front input jacks easily. The front removable panel allows for easy access to the front controls and headphone/mic jacks. This item is part of our Black On Black series which features an all-black exterior for a sleek professional look.
This ProX ATA 300 Style Road/Flight case is manufactured with the Honeycomb Digital™ laminated surface Design. Made with the super-sleek look of Honeycomb Digital™ hexagon grids on all shell surfaces which gives the cases an almost alien look! Also as opposed to regular laminated plywood cases from other manufacturers the ProX Honeycomb Digital™ design helps prevent minor to mild scratches. The Honeycomb Digital™ line design was inspired in 2009 by the design of New York City Street Manhole covers which are made to handle rough and tough everyday punishment.
All ProX cases use CNC technology during the manufacturing process to assure that cases are consistently built with strict specifications and tolerances that are required for the high-quality standards that ProX cases have been known for since 1984.
Note: Any pictured device is shown for reference only and not included!
For the safety of your equipment do not attempt to transport with any gear stored on the sliding shelf and be aware that the shelf can be removed when slid out to its furthest point.