This road case for Aguilar DB180 bass cab is designed to reduce heavy handling for stage crew. The size and weight of the cab makes it difficult to handle and can be a safety hazard for crew members on a busy stage.
This case is designed with removable front lid that is without any cutouts for recessed latches. Instead, Penn Elcom over latches are used so that lid and the base case would have a flush edge when lid is removed. This reduces the chances of injuries on stage to crew members as well as artist performing. The over latches are sprint loaded and fold back when not in use thus reduces the chances of anyone getting caught walking pass the road case.
Plenty of recessed handles are allowed around the case to make it easy to push it around and standing it up.
Trap door underneath the case will provide access to the connectors at the back of the cab once it is in a stand up position.
User Friendly Case for Heavy Cabs
We put a lot of efforts in our case designs as well as built quality and workmanship. We design our cases to be long lasting, easy to use and appreciated by our customers.
This flight case for dB Technologies VIO L208 line array speakers features:
- Penn Elcom hardware
- ARMOR P902 9MM Laminated Panels with Glossy Black Honeycomb Finish
- Over Latches
- Label Dish (Optional)
- Live in Cab Case
A long lasting business means it can withstand the test of time to win customer recognition, maintain a health relationship with our customers and stay ahead of competition. Starting from a humble beginning in 2016, Armor is determined to be around when its founding team members are long gone. The culture of ownership, quest for solution and improvements, openness must be in every team member’s DNA
Armor started as a supplier of road cases for the live event industry back in 2016. We have since evolved into a transport solution provider for many other industries and sectors.
The cases we produce are only as good as the team that are working on them. To have high standard on our cases, we must have extra-ordinary team players.