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The MA-DNMC6000 Case to Hold Denon DN-MC6000 Controller from Marathon is an ATA transit case made from durable laminated 9.0 mm plywood. It has heavy-duty and powerful ball corners, dual-anchor rivets and spring-action handles.
This is a very strong case with rugged, recessed latches, reinforced ball corners for added strength and strong, recessed butterfly latches. Marathon also includes rubber feet to protect the case when placed on the ground. The front of the case is designed to give you full access to the controls, ports and switches.
Laminated 9.0 mm plywood case made to protect and transport
Meets ATA (Air Transport Association) 300 specifications for transit case
Easy-locking fit and tongue
Recessed, chrome, dual tract, butterfly latches with deep rooted fastening rivets
Heavy and powerful ball corners
Industrial dual anchor rivets secure the case for stability and strength
Recessed spring loaded chrome with rubber grip handle
Rubber feet secured with bolt washers and t-nuts
Includes mounting hardware
In the Box
Marathon MA-DNMC6000 Case to Hold Denon DN-MC6000 Controller
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
W x H x D: 21.8 x 17.3 x 8.0" (55.4 x 43.9 x 20.3 cm)
W x H x D: 18.3 x 14.8 x 4.3" (46.5 x 38.0 x 10.9 cm)
18 lb (8 kg)
Marathon MA-DNMC6000 Case to Hold Denon DN-MC6000 Controller Review