K-Tek Introduces Stingray MixPre-3 and MixPre-6 Bags

K-Tek introduces new bags in its Stingray line for Sound Devices MixPre-3 and MixPre-6 portable audio mixers.

K-Tek said the Stingray bags turn the small MixPre recorders into a portable workstation. Because the Sound Devices mixers can be used in a multitude of applications and situations, the K-Tek design team emphasized easy access all around, coupled with operating versatility.

Sized for the MixPre-3 and MixPre-6, the Stingray MixPro bags feature multiple assets to accommodate all common working styles and methods, including front and back openings for mounting and a versatile front flap to attach wireless receivers.

Oversized MOLLE-style straps accommodate additional accessories ranging from wireless receivers to other Stingray bags and pouches and are positioned on the front of the bag along with the Front Pouch. For tabletop operation, a built-in adjustable kickstand enables convenient control interface access and comfortable viewing whether the user is sitting or standing.

The combined front and bottom flap allows front mounting, opens wide to access the internal battery packs and media compartment on the bottom of MixPre units, and can even re-attach to the back of the MixPro. With MOLLE-style straps outside and inside, attaching accessories is a breeze in any configuration.

The K-Tek cases at priced at $200 each and begin deliveries in mid November.

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