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Zoom PCH-6 Protective Case for Zoom H6 Handy Recorder

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Key Features
  • Water-Resistant Material
  • Fold-Away Clear-Window Cover
  • Rigid Top and Bottom Support Protection
  • Removable Mic Element Cover
The PCH-6 from Zoom is a water-resistant protective case for the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder – sold separately – that provides access to all controls and features. It can be used to keep your device clean and dry while allowing you to visually monitor your recordings.
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Zoom ZPCH6 Overview

The PCH-6 from Zoom is a water-resistant protective case for the Zoom H6 Handy Recorder – sold separately – that provides access to all controls and features. It can be used to keep your device clean and dry while allowing you to visually monitor your recordings.

Just pull the window back to make adjustments. The case's rigid top & bottom provide support and protection, while the touch-tab fastener strips on the top, bottom, and sides allow for easy access to all controls.

Additionally, the removable microphone cover keeps the built-in mic elements protected when not in use, and the belt loop, boom pole sleeve, and key ring allow for additional mounting options.

UPC: 884354015015

Zoom ZPCH6 Specs

CompatibilityZoom H6
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.335 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.85 x 4.25 x 2.55"

Zoom ZPCH6 Reviews

Necessary

By Martin
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-09-09

I think this case is necessary to protect the recorder both in the field and in a camera case. A bit pricey, but needed. An advantage of this case is that you can leave the microphones attached.

Would not purchase again

By Zack
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-27

This item might useful as a dust cover for storage, not much else. There are too many open sections to provide any kind of elemental protection in the field. Having the d-loop at the bottom has proven convenient.

Fits snuggly

By Sandeep
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-23

My only thought is that they didn't make room in the H6 carrying case for this. So I will have to put it in this protective case each time I use it. Not going to happen.

Seems like a great addition

By Antonio
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-20

I haven't had the chance to use this in the field yet, but a quick demo at home makes me think it was a good purchase. Convenient openings to access all buttons and there are multiple options for how to carry the case on your body or equipment.

Effective, Zoom H6 carry case

By Ronald
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-15

The PCH-6 fulfills it intended task, and provides a protective means of carrying the Zoom H-6. It would have been nice if the case had come with a laniard, or strap of some nature, but it is an otherwise good product.

Good!

By Jeissy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-05-25

It's great.

Great for what I need

By Trevor
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-04-29

Let me go hands-free and prevents me from messing with the knobs during recording

Nice idea but not really useful most of the time.

By Zachary
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-02-26

If you want to keep dust and a little rain off of it, this will work. However, it is really hard to actually use the recorder with this thing on.

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Does the back open up and allow access to the 1/4 ...

Does the back open up and allow access to the 1/4 20 hole? I sometimes use the H6 mounted to the hot shoe on my DSLR via a Manfrotto mini ball head.
Asked by: James
Yes, there is access to the 1/4"-20 mounting hole when the bottom panel is opened.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-15

Would this also fit an H5? I see that there is an ...

Would this also fit an H5? I see that there is an H5 case but it looks nearly identical, and I already have this and the portabrace case for H6 (I prefer the slimness of this case) so I’d love to use this one with a new H5, if I can
Asked by: John
This case would not work well with the H5.
Answered by: Zoom Customer Support
Date published: 2020-02-17

What methods do you use to attach it to you in ...

What methods do you use to attach it to you in the field? I could see it attaching to a belt loop with a carabiner, or a longer strap to go over the shoulder?
Asked by: Anonymous
I'm not running a boom set up in the field. I've got it screwed to a separate tripod using wireless mics.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2020-02-11

I never use any of the Mic Heads. Can the cover ...

I never use any of the Mic Heads. Can the cover to this case fit down tight to the H6 without leaving a large airgap where the Mic Head would normally be?
Asked by: Robert
No it doesn't.
Answered by: Stann
Date published: 2020-06-05

Does the clear window remove?

Does the clear window remove?
Asked by: Harris
it opens as a flap
Answered by: Glen
Date published: 2020-07-09

How does this close if you have XLR cables ...

How does this close if you have XLR cables attached to the Zoom? And if it does close how securely?
Asked by: maaike
The sides of the PCH-6 can be opened for use - allowing access to the XLR/TRS inputs - and closed when not in use. Please see the fourth photo of B&H's listing for reference.
Answered by: Zoom Customer Support
Date published: 2019-06-17

question

The photos do not show whether the protective case will securely hold the recorder in place when hung by the key ring without the mic element cover on? Logic tells me that it would, but I just want to double check, since I use an EXH-6 capsule a lot and always hang my H6 on a shoulder strap with the EXH-6 capsule pointing downward.
Asked by: Anonymous
In a word, the answer is yes. The case holds the zoom securely. This is a good case, well thought out, in my opinion.
Answered by: Ron B.
Date published: 2019-06-17
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