Custom Made Dust Covers For Your Audio Gear

Discussion in 'Audio Equipment' started by sales, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. sales

    sales Guest

    Worried About Dust & Other Debris In Your Turntable and Other Audio

    Now Available: high quality, CUSTOM MADE DUST COVERS for your Pro
    Audio & DJ gear, including: turntables, mixers, consoles, controllers,
    drum machines, DAWs, samplers, amplifers, keyboards, speakers, or just
    about any other piece of gear!

    The fabric design acts as a filter to trap dust and dirt before it can
    ever reach your gear, providing protection that will likely prolong its
    playing life since dust and other debris are one of the biggest causes
    of equipment failure.

    These custom dust covers can easily be stored when not in use.

    1) A lightweight, washable, cotton material in: Black, Camouflage,
    Dark Indigo, Light Blue, Off-white
    2) A lightweight, coated, water-resistant nylon material in: Black,
    Slate Blue, Silver
    3) Premium fabrics (additional charge applies) such as: Black vinyl,
    Clear vinyl, Quilted black, Quilted copper

    Prices start at $17.99.

    To purchase your custom dust cover or get additional product detail,
    sales, Oct 8, 2006
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  2. I had these guys make me a couple of vinyl mixer covers in the slate blue.
    They worked great and did the job perfectly. I was tired of dusting the
    consoles every week as this was an install system. Very reasonable prices
    and extremely fast turnaround.
    Thomas Bishop, Nov 17, 2006
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    Eric Keranan

    Aug 14, 2015
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    Try ShopShield™ computer dust covers totally encase your equipment in protective, breathable membranes. Without protection in a busy shop the sensitive electronic components inside your computer processor and monitor will quickly become coated with dust, oil, grime and other air-borne particles. The ShopShield™ filters cover your entire processor and monitor, allowing the huge surface area of the filter material to remove dust and particulate from incoming air.
    Eric Keranan, Aug 14, 2015
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