Audio Consoles - Nosecone vs Non-Nosecone Styles

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Removable front Nosecone design has 3 parts: The tray, the lid, and the nosecone.

Nose cone design allows you to get closer to the console for easier access to armrest and controls. Having a nose cone also helps minimize the chance of the lid hitting the fader controls when opening or closing up the case.




Two piece full tray and lid design shown. We engineer our tray style cases to allow full access to front of console which can have headphone jacks, USB ports, disc drives, etc.

Two piece "Seamed" case is necessary when console depths including doghouse are over 48".

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