NAMM 2011 - New Decksavers on Display

The popular DJ equipment covers and protectors brought to us by Decksaver (And Mixware for the US) are at it again at NAMM 2011. This time they are bringing out new covers for some very popular DJ devices that made their debut in 2010. Introducing the Decksaver for the Traktor S4, the Pioneer CDJ-850, the American Audio VMS4, and the Vestax Typhoon. More Pics and Information inside.
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The popular DJ equipment covers and protectors brought to us by Decksaver (And Mixware for the US) are at it again at NAMM 2011. This time they are bringing out new covers for some very popular DJ devices that made their debut in 2010. Introducing the Decksaver for the Traktor S4, the Pioneer CDJ-850, the American Audio VMS4, and the Vestax Typhoon. These covers are made of durable clear plastic that perfectly fits the specified gear like a glove. I have done videos and posts regarding the Decksaver products and we HIGHLY endorse them as they give the ultimate in style and protection. I have a Decksaver set for my personal Denon DN-S3700's and I will also get a Traktor S4 controller cover for a quick review within the next few weeks. These will all be available for sale very, very soon as they are already finishing up their first production run.

CDJ-850


Traktor S4

Typhoon

VFX-1

VMS4

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