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Thon Case Behringer X32

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Made-to-Measure Transport Case for Behringer X-32

  • Made from 7 mm birch plywood
  • 30 x 30 mm Aluminium edges
  • Foam padding
  • 4 Medium sprung butterfly latches
  • Steel ball corners
  • 12 cm Cable conduit in the back
  • Device can be used on the lower part
  • Manufactured in Germany
  • External dimensions (W x D x H): Approx. 97.1 x 71.1 x 28.4 cm
  • Weight: Approx. 16 kg
  • Colour: Phenol brown
made for Behringer
Type Case
Material 7mm PVC coated plywood
Wheels No
Dockhouse No
available since April 2012
Item number 281791
Color Phenol/Alu
Weight 16 kg
Outer Width 967 mm
Outer Depth 717 mm
Outer Height 260 mm
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£209
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Manufacturing time: 2-3 weeks
Manufacturing time: 2-3 weeks

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good case
Tim104 30.06.2014
This box happily keeps my shiny new X32 from knocks and bangs. The mixer fits in there very well, and only slight gripe (and it is slight) is that the foam and the glue that holds it in didn't completely align with the box, and instead wound up on the sealing lip - gluing the lid shut.. a bit of use and dust soon sorted that though. Be warned that this is a heavy case, and with the mixer inside it's a two person lift. You also need two people to put the lid on if you don't want to bend something - but that is going to be the case(!) for most boxes of this size. So - am I pleased with the case? Yes I am - for the cost, it will do the job. It wouldn't stand up to heavy road use - it's meant for keeping the mixer free from scratches, not for hurling on a lorry, but you knew that..
Practically, it has handles in all the right places, and does the job.
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I expected more
maajstor 25.09.2014
Don't think if you put your X32 mixer in this case that it's fully protected. This case will protect it only to certain degree, and that is from dust and light transport handling.
I don't feel comfortable carrying a mixer vertically with it, because the foam fillers are not 100% fit to mixer's size, so there's some space for the mixer to wobble inside.
Locking mechanism keeps it safely closed. Metal framing seems good and sturdy in opposite to plywood on the sides.
Overall I think I should have invested a little more in a little better case than this, however this Thon case will do for it's purpose. It's not good, just meh and okay.
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X32 swims around quite a bit, but good quality
Anonymous 26.09.2015
I'll probably be padding this sometime soon, as the X32 travels a few centimeters up and down. I think that's not quite good enough.

But the case in itself is very solid and good with two handles on either side, so we can carry this easy with two persons, or on a day where you want a proper arm-stretching and strengthening exercise, you can try carrying it all by yourself... but it's pretty wide, so I usually prefer getting an extra pair of hands. Plus weight, of course.
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X32 is finally protected!
MamaGenesis 19.06.2013
I bought this case as part of the X32 case bundle when the X32 was first released. I wanted a lightweight case that protected the X32 during transit and handling. The foam protection in this case is fairly minimal. The quality and finish is okay. In short, this is the right product for me assuming that I'm not going to be throwing my console around on tour. If I was going to dry hire the console out, I would have gone for a more sturdy case with better foam protection. So overall, no complaints and a great price from Thomann.

The case is big enough to perfectly fit the X32 inside and leave a generous gap at the back for storing accessories (I store a WiFi router in there along with a goose neck LED lamp, the power cable and a short jack cable for connecting my iPod to the desk aux inputs. The gap protects the cables when you have members of the audience that may back into the case when it's in a front of house location.

The case doesn't have a dog box but then, I didn't really feel the need for one and that would have put the price up significantly. I'm very happy with the case from a price / quality balance but if you're hiring out your console to other people whom you cannot trust to handle your gear with respect, I would perhaps go for a better quality, more expensive case.
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