FLIGHT FX3™* SERIES 3 LED PANEL GLIDE STYLE™** DJ COFFIN FOR TWO TURNTABLES IN BATTLE MODE & A 10" MIXER
*(China Patented. U.S. and Other Foreign Patents Pending)
**(U.S. & China Patented. Other Foreign Patents Pending)
The ordinary has become extraordinary with Odyssey's new Flight FX™ case series. Flight FFX3 Series cases have three color changing multi-mode LED panels embedded into the sides and front lower walls of the case. The panel can be set to any one of seven colors or can be set at a variety of color changing modes. For multiple case setups, any FX case can be synchronized to another by linking the control boxes. Each Flight FX™ Series case is constructed with the same black anodized and powder coated black hardware as our Flight Zone® Black Label™ cases complimenting the visual aura of the glowing panel. Become center stage at any gig behind these cases. Innovating? Of Course! Another Spectacular original Odyssey Design. Just excellent!!!
Features and Specs:
• Front and Side 7 Color-Changing LED Panels with Controller
• Synchronize Multiple Cases by linking Control Boxes with Cad 5 Cables(not included)
• LED panel Effects:(1) Set to 1 Color or Random Color Changing, (2) Slow Flashing Color Changing, (3) Fast Flashing Color Changing, (4) Auto Color Mixing Fade in Fade out, (5) Sound Activated
• Patented Gliding Laptop Platform
• All Black Anodized and Powder Coated Hardware
• Built-in Corner Roller Wheels For Easy Transport
• Removable Front Access Angled V-Cut™ Mixer Panel
• Heavy-Duty Ball Corners
• Rear Bottom Cable Ports
• Recessed Handle and Latches
• Mixer and Turntable Ventilation Pits
• Limited Lifetime Warranty
• Mixer well holds mixers with a width from 10.25", depth up to 14" and 3.25" tall.
• Mixer Width Adjustment Foam Strips Included
Approximate Dimensions (exterior):
45.50"W x 11.5"H x 24.5"D
Approximate Shipping dimensions (exterior):
46.5" x 12.5" x 25.25"
*For the safety of your equipment, do not transport with gear stored on the glide platform and be aware that the platform can be removed when slid out to its furthest point.