The most complex design of the sound mixing console cases. Predominantly used for audio consoles due to the increased cabling especially with the older analogue versions, although can be specified for lighting desks. The difference with the Nosecone version and the standard mixing console case layout is the addition of the front removable lid, as well as the top lid. This nosecone lid is usually required to access built-in keyboard trays that slide out from under the fader area of the console.
- – Removable top Lid and Nosecone Lid
- – Industrial specification and higher
- – Optional Loom (Dog) Box, with hinged rear covers
- – Polyethylene/Polyester Foam blocks/pads for equipment protection
- – Castors to rear of top lid
- – CNC machined outer ‘cheeks’ for console support
Loom or Dog Boxes can enhance any console case, not just nosecone types. Whether it’s just tweaking the shape to follow the console’s geometry, including your logo or the model number into the loom-box’s rear flaps. Loom boxes also help with cable management at the rear of the console and usually include access slots at each side.
These CNC-machined plywood assemblies will be sanded and texture sprayed to enhance the appearance, to what can very often be a huge investment in the console.