The G-IN Half-Rack Wireless "In Ear" Monitoring System from Gator Cases accommodates half-rack wireless in ear monitoring systems along with ear buds, the receiver body back, and the power supply. The bag's rugged nylon exterior and heavy-duty padded interior keeps out water and protects the bag against impact.
- For Half-Rack Wireless In-Ear Monitoring
- Holds Transmitter & Accessories
- Rugged Nylon Exterior
- Heavy-Duty Padded Interior
Gator G-IN EAR SYSTEM Overview
Gator G-IN EAR SYSTEM Specs
|Type of Closure|
8.0 x 8.75 x 1.71" (20.32 x 22.23 x 4.34 cm)
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
11.9 x 11.75 x 5.05"
Gator G-IN EAR SYSTEM Reviews
Not perfect, but will get you by
I use this case for my Sennheiser EW300 IEM G3 . Everything fits once you figure out where things go. There was no info online about which pouch is which. For the Sennheiser...the long attached pouch is for the transmitter. The square pouch is for your earphones in their case. in the net pouch I keep spare batteries. The loose pouch is for your power cord. I also keep a foot long connection to the left input in there. When closed , it bulges a little. Maybe on the next generation, they will make it slightly larger. I had to add the rack mounts to make it fit snug. Other than that it moves around too much.
I use the Gator G-IN case for the Shure PMS 200 personal in-ear monitoring system. It fits everything just right. I can be confident that this sensitive and fragile equipment will travel safely. You can even set up the transmitter to function right in the case, guarding against damage if (when) it falls to the floor.
Nice idea - well put together.
I love this little iem bag. It is so well thought out and typical good Gator quality. The only criticism I have and the reason I dinged it 1 star is that in trying to get the bag as compact as possible, Gator made it a bit too small. One inch deeper would have made huge difference to me. I have a Sennheiser EW300 iem system which is one of - if not the - best selling system out there, yet it is tough to get the power adaptor plug to fit because of the prongs. The EW300 unit is quite deep and the only place I can get the power plug to fit is directly behind the unit but the prongs still stick out a bit. A different unit would probably fit better......However, I still really like the design and it appears to be well made so I hope it lasts a while...
The perfect option for transporting your
This was aperfect choice for me. I'm surprised other companies aren't making something like this. Previously, I had had my wireless IEM rig in a larger, heavier, 2u rack with a wireless mic receiver (that I had quit using). This was a more efficient solution.
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