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Old April 11th, 2005, 01:41 PM   #1
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Bag recommendation for Senn Evo G2 100 wireless?

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I just got my senn G2 evo 100 wireless mic kit, but now need a good compact bag/case for it. Anybody find anything that suits the kit? Thanks!
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Old April 14th, 2005, 10:34 AM   #2
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I had an old (but nice) soft, suitcase style laptop case that I am now using to tote that kit around. It was a pretty small old laptop and the case is also pretty small. I liked the support offered by the styrofoam in the Senn box but I had to cut it down to size a little to fit in the bag - bit it works well, is secure and as the kit left a lot of extra room in the styro, and had space to put a couple of extra mics. I liked the way that the styro holds the transmitter and receiver in place as well as accomodates the hand-held transmitter.

As a benefit, the laptop case has all the extra pockets in which I store the rest of my audio gear - extra cables and adapters, minidisc recorder, extra batteries, etc. It works well for me and has the added bonus of knowing that as long as I keep it properly packed, I just have to grab the one bag and I know that I am set for my audio work out in the field.

(I have lots more audio gear in the office that so far I haven't had to take out in the field, but use in the editing station, so if I ever have to take it out with me, it would require a different transport setup - but so far, with what I do, the little laptop bag is perfect for 'grab 'n go'.)
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Old April 14th, 2005, 04:14 PM   #3
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Use an old 35 mm camera bag.
Works great.
Even a pouch for fresh batteries.
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Old April 14th, 2005, 08:03 PM   #4
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<<<-- Originally posted by Daniel Sherman :
Use an old 35 mm camera bag.
Works great.
Even a pouch for fresh batteries. -->>>


That is an excellent idea.
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