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My first overseas shipment was FedEx AWB 8406 5847 1023 on 28th July 2003 to Mr Dave Diamond (DD) in Los Angeles USA.

It was a big call for Mr Diamond to buy a sound cart (SU) from someone a world away, sight unseen and money up front.

I have named my new cart after Dave Diamond.

The DD cart

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This cart will be on my website and available in about 2 weeks.

Some information;

Overall ht ground to top 1 mtr 5 mm. (39 1/2")

Ext wheel width 600mm (23 3/4")

Ext frame width 460mm (18")

Int frame width 410mm (16")

Ext shelf width 400mm (15 3/4")

Int shelf width 395mm (15 1/2")

Consists of 2 x side frames connected at rear by 2 x rear frames - bolted.

Side frames have multiple holes in them, giving some flexibility in shelf placement.

Top shelf 400mmW x 320mmD - open front - 15 3/4" x 12 1/2"

Middle shelf 400mmW x 400mmD - open front - 15 3/4" x 15 3/4"

Bottom shelf 400mmW x 400mm D - 4 sided lip with castors attached - 15 3/4" x 15 3/4"

Wheels 12 inch tubed tyre - push button quick release - attaches to side frames.

Accessories not included.


Plus GST for Australian buyers

JWS_DD_above Rt front side 3 quarter.jpg

JWS_DD_leval left side.jpg

JWS_DD_Rt front side 3 quarter.jpg

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Nice lineup! So it seems the DD is intended as a platform for a sound bag with a external control surface attached? Kind of a mid-way option between the bag cart and the folding cart?


Any attachment points for a video monitor on the DD? Also, is this cart meant to stay built and not easily disassembled or folded? 




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Derek, you've got it.

No specific catering for mounts of any kind - tried to keep costs down. However there are a plethora of solutions out there...

There are attachment points for 4 x boom/antenna poles.

Re folding - There are 2 bolts for each shelf. One could be taken out & some pivoting of the shelf would occur - but this was not intentional.

Personally if you look at the dimensions of the cart, it doesn't take up much space, particularly with the wheels off. And they really do come off with the push of a button. The Mb adopts the same principal. When you take the wheels off, it can be packed in a vehicle like a medium/large pelican case.


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