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Decksaver was launched in 2008 with the release of the Pioneer CDJ-1000 cover. Following immense buzz among the DJ community, Decksaver quickly became the industry standard for protecting DJ gear in super clubs around the world, including Ministry Of Sound, Fabric, Space, Pacha, Café Mambo, and many more.

Designed and manufactured in the U.K. Trusted by professionals worldwide.

Decksaver Has You Covered Protect Your Gear With Impact Resistant Polycarbonate Covers

Decksaver makes super sleek protective covers for digital mixing desks, keyboards, turntables, mixers, CDJs, & MIDI controllers. The use of Polycarbonate means that thinner material can be used, making for discrete, strong yet attractive protection. Decksaver covers are an essential investment for your gear.

  • Protects your gear from dust, smoke, liquid and other harmful elements often found in studios and venues
  • Precision molded for an exact fit while accommodating cables
  • Shield delicate controls and internal components from damage at home, on the road, on stage or in the booth
  • Slide straight into a flight or soft case for maximum protection during transportation

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ConditionMint (Used)
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  • DS-PC-DJM750MK2

Liquid Audio

Turnersville, NJ, United States
Joined Reverb:2015

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