Odyssey DJ Controller Series

This line of ATA flight cases are specifically designed for select DJ controllers featuring Odyssey’s patented Glide Style™ laptop/gear platform and Glide Tray.

The patented Glide Style design gives performers seamless access to their laptop or music gear with a sturdy base glide platform that stores inside the case.

The removable front panel allows for easy access to front controls and headphone/mic jacks, while a ventilation pit design is ideal for storing cables and other accessories.

Odyssey offers the DJ Controller Series with and without the Glide Style design, and includes models that accommodate Native Instruments Traktor Kontrol S4, Vestax VCI300, Hercules 4-Mx, Denon DN-MC6000 and American Audio VMS4.

Pricing is as follows:

  • Traktor Kontrol S4: $299.99 (with Glide Style/FZGSTKS4); $249.99 (FRTKS4)
  • Vestax VCI300 and FX Controllers: $319.99 (with Glide Style and Glide Tray/FZGSVCI300GT)
  • Hercules 4-Mx: $229.99 (with Glide Style and Glide Tray/FZGS4MXGT); $189.99 (with Glide Style/FRGS4MX); $149.99 (FR4MX)
  • American Audio VMS4: $319.99 (with Glide Style and Glide Tray/FZGSVCMGT), $299.99 (with Glide Style/FZGSTKS4), $149.99 (FRVMS)
  • Denon DN-MC6000: $259.99 (with Glide Style/FRGSDNMC6000); $159.99 (FRDNMC6000)

To see a complete listing of Odyssey Flight Cases, CLICK HERE

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