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What is the best travel case for two XDJ-700's and a DJM-450 mixer? DJ Mixers
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What is the best travel case for two XDJ-700's and a DJM-450 mixer?

Hello everyone,

I am moving overseas and would like to know the best (hopefully on cheaper side) way of transporting my setup. I have two XDJ-700's and a DJM-450 mixer. I am open to all suggestions. Thanks.
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It is not clear whether you are asking advice about boxing your gear for (presumably 1-time) "moving overseas"?
Or whether you are asking about "travel case"s (which implies frequent packing/unpacking for mobile/remote/outside/location use).

Please clarify. Note that cases that are appropriate for local "gigging" are not necessarily suitable for overseas shipping.
And vice-versa.
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It is not clear whether you are asking advice about boxing your gear for (presumably 1-time) "moving overseas"?
Or whether you are asking about "travel case"s (which implies frequent packing/unpacking for mobile/remote/outside/location use).

Please clarify. Note that cases that are appropriate for local "gigging" are not necessarily suitable for overseas shipping.
And vice-versa.
Hello Richard. While I am taking my setup overseas, I would like to have a mobile coffin case with wheels to move my set up around. I plan on taking my set up with me as a carryon (if possible). I'm having trouble finding the right coffin case. Thanks.
Old 6 days ago
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What does "overseas" mean?
Where are you located NOW?
Where are you moving FROM?

We don't know what your reasonable options are because we don't know what is available where you are?
If you completed your user profile to at least reveal what country you are in, we wouldn't have to ask.

As you can see from my profile, I am in the US and I just visited Harbor Freight a couple days ago.
They are selling a new range of Pelican-like cases at less than Pelican-like prices. Their brand name is "Apache".
They looked like reasonably good quality, but hard to tell the quality and durability of the materials just browsing in the shop.
For example:


Among the different sizes, the had one long, narrow case that looked like it might be useful for mic stands, etc.
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