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Mount 10 ch mixer to rack using existing hardware :)

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  • Mount 10 ch mixer to rack using existing hardware :)

    Battery died, so only the one pic, but I will get more tonight so you guys can see a better idea of how this works...






    How I did this was that I took one of the Roland speaker stands apart, and clamped the TD-20 mount onto one of the short tubes, and used the existing long tube to go to the left out of the T, as well as one of the elbows. I then put industrial strength Velcro on the top of the base for the speaker mount - fabric side on the base, hook side on the bottom of the mixer. Stable and solid, even under a heavy pounding.

    End result:


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    Few more pix of some detail...









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    • #3
      Awesome idea! I have a little mixer that I have behind me and it has always been annoying.
      I need to rig up something like this....

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      • #4
        velcro is your friend! I mounted a portable DVD player once using velcro. Good job.
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        • #5
          It works really well - the mixer isn't exactly light - the case is metal, not plastic. I really didn't think it would hold, but it does great. Hasn't slipped a bit, and was a real PITA to remove in order to get the picture of the underside and the stand without the mixer on it That Velcro was NOT interested in letting go!

          Hey... 2x bonus points...

          a> who is on the tv?
          b> what concert is it from?

          There MIGHT be a prize involved.

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          • #6
            Silly that I didn't think of it....I used velcro to attach my kids' PlayStation to the shelf, so that when they pull on the controllers, the unit doesn't come crashing down.
            Good stuff.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Colquhoun View Post
              Silly that I didn't think of it....I used velcro to attach my kids' PlayStation to the shelf, so that when they pull on the controllers, the unit doesn't come crashing down.
              Good stuff.
              Ha, that is genius!

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              • #8
                Good job. I like the total effect of the mount. My lap top and my mixer are held on with velcro
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                • #9
                  sling> Is that a Soundcraft board I see in the background?

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                  • #10
                    I used velcro to mount my SPD-6 to my rack. It also isolates it from the rack enough so that there is no cosstalk between the spd pads and the TD pads.
                    TD-17, TD-6, SPD-6, E-mu Pro/cussion, Simmons SDE Expander

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