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«  The right choice for WZ3 »

Publié le 08/08/11 à 03:07
Purchased as with Allen & Heath Wizard3, this rack is available on a German site, perfectly fulfills its mission: establish and protect the mixer.

I looked for other models of rack but the particular shape of the Wizard does not leave much choice.
It keeps the table in its original config and when removing the cover from above, we have access to all connectors and all the knobs.
Once installed, the table does not move, there is even partly 1U high or low according to his choice, thereby allowing the cable to power supply in place (top) if not add a hand rests at the bottom with a 1U cache.

Assets:
- Three handles for transport because all weighs
- The quality of butterfly closures

Cons:
- No screws supplied for fixing the table
- A bit expensive, however: € 185

I would do this choice because there is not much else and it suits me perfectly.
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