K-Tek Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder Bag with Rain Bib Kit

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K-Tek Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder Bag with Rain Bib Kit
Key Features
  • KSTGL Stingray Large Audio Bag
  • KSRB2 Rain Bib for Harness
  • Clear Shield
  • Stealth Cover
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The K-Tek Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder Bag with Rain Bib Kit from B&H is designed for audio professionals utilizing large rigs that have up to six wireless receivers and transmitters. The B&H kit features a KSTGL Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder bag, two wireless pouches, a clear shield, stealth cover, shoulder strap, and a KSRB2 Rain Bib with a carry pouch.
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Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder Bag with Rain Bib Kit Overview

The K-Tek Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder Bag with Rain Bib Kit from B&H is designed for audio professionals utilizing large rigs that have up to six wireless receivers and transmitters. The B&H kit features a KSTGL Stingray Large Audio Mixer/Recorder bag, two wireless pouches, a clear shield, stealth cover, shoulder strap, and a KSRB2 Rain Bib with a carry pouch.

The kit's audio bag can be used with the Sound Devices 644 (including the CL-6) and the 688 mixer recorders, and similar sized devices (all sold separately). Featuring a rigid internal vertical frame that protects the equipment, the Stingray Large bag gives full access to the sides and bottom of the recorder. Large side pockets offer plenty of room for storing NP batteries; however, there are various cable pass-through locations and smart storage points that allow for various equipment choices.

Additionally, the KSRB2 Rain Bib can be quickly deployed from its pouch. It clips onto the harness shoulder straps, hooking into the sides and/or back of the harness. This protects the bag from splashes, and is gust-proof to eliminate ballooning up of the rain bib in windy conditions.

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Will this bag be good for sound devices mixpre 10t? Or will it be too big? The junior bag seems ok to me, but since mixpre has more inputs might need to hang in more receivers.
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Like to add to the question above would the junior bag be able to handle the additional receivers?
Asked by: Jerrod R.
yes, the MixPre-10t and MixPre-10m have a large footprint (which fits into both the Stingray Junior and the Stingray Small).However, these mixers are also very thin, which leaves plenty of space in the Stingray Junior's main compartment for wireless receivers. Plus there is additional space in the collapsible front pocket as well as the MOLLE attachment straps in front of the bag.As the Stingray Small is designed for a full size mixer/recorder (like the SD 633) and offer extra space for plenty of wireless receivers, it is really too large for the MixPre-10 family.
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Would this work with the Stingray Medium Mixer Bag?
Asked by: Dennis
In terms of fit: yes, you could attach a Medium Stingray Mixer Bag to the Waistbelt.However, the real question is whether you would be comfortable with the payload that goes into a Medium when you're only wearing a Stingray waistbelt.The best choice for a Stingray Medium Mixer Bag is the Stingray Harness.In a pinch you could make it work with a waistbelt, but fatigue would set in much quicker due to the bigger weight of gear that goes along with a medium.
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