Best DJ Turntable Bags & Cases in 2020



TECHNICS Turntable Dust Cover for SL-1200 / SL-1210 & Pioneer PLX-1000 Record Player Protector [Water Resistant, Antistatic, Black Premium Fabric] by DigitalDeckCovers Review:


This is exactly what I needed for my Technics 1210 MK2. I use my turntable for home use and have the hinged acrylic dust cover. I always remove the acrylic dust cover from the table whenever I listen so I always risk the chance of damaging it. Now I can put the super expensive hinged acrylic cover back in its box and probably never use it anytime soon.

The Digital Decks cover shipped quickly and arrived even quicker. It is a high quality product and an exact fit for the 1200. It even covers the turntable's feet! Highly recommend this one over other more expensive dust covers.



Turntable Dust Cover for Numark TTUSB / TT1610 / TT1625 / TT200 / TT500; Stanton TT200 / STR8-100 / STR8-90 / STR8-80 / STR8-30 / STR8-20; Ion ITTUSB Record Player Protector Case by DigitalDeckCovers Review:


I been using this since I bought it (maybe 3-4 months, I don’t remember) and all I can say is that it has accomplished its purpose really well, actually excellent, after all is not rocket science to make a dust cover, isn’t it, price is good, and the finish of the item is great, if I need any other dust cover sure I’ll look for this brand 👍🏻



Reloop Dust Cover for RP7000 and RP 8000 Turntables Review:


I have a pair of Technics 1210MK2's, in black. These fit perfectly. They are not clear like the original covers, they are darker (smokey tinted), but still look very nice. You will have to remove the plastic brackets that are holding your current covers from the back of the turntable, and install the new ones that come with this cover. When you do this, I suggest that you place your turntable on it's side so that the brackets you have to remove and replace are on the top. If you try to do this with the turntable sitting like normal, the metal plate where you mount the cover bracket to will slide down in it's holder, and you will not be able to install the new plastic brackets. You will need a #1 cross-tip (Phillips) screwdriver for this. After removing the Technics cover mounting brackets from your turntable, install the Reloop cover mounting brackets. The Technics brackets have 2 holes to mount on the back of the turntable, and the Reloops have 4. Do not worry about this. Simply use the top two holes of the Reloop brackets. Once you have the screws in, do not tighten all the way. Install the pair of brackets that hold the cover, then install the cover. Once this is done, adjust the brackets on the back of the turntable until the cover sits flush, then tighten the screws until snug. Be careful not to over tighten. It takes less than 10 mins for each turntable, even if you aren't mechanically inclined. There are no instructions included, so just refer back to this if you're not sure what to do. After complete, step back and enjoy the new look of your turntables. Hope you will be as pleased as I was!

If you look on e-bay, sometimes you will find the original cover going for hundreds of dollars. Do not let yourself be ripped off. Purchase these. You'll save money, and have a brand new cover, not a used cover with scratches.

There's also another brand that would fit, and that's the Decksaver version. The Decksaver's are butt ugly in my opinion. The Reloops are much nicer looking.



(2) Odyssey FR1200E ATA Flight Ready Pro DJ Equipment Turntable Transport Cases Review:


It isn't very often that an online purchase has EXCEEDED my expectations and this is one of those times! At 1st I thought it was a typo when I saw the price for this item included 2 (TWO!) boxes instead of the usual one --- Hence, that was the DEAL MAKER!!! While turntables are fast becoming a thing of the past in this "Digital-Age" of pushbutton DJs., these crates fit the bill perfectly for my need to store valuables during relocation out of state. I have bought "NEW" Pro Road Crates in the past and was NOT the least bit amused by SKEWED handles and latches. This may seem "Petty" to some, but I DISAGREE when you're paying PREMIUM prices for a new item that has sloppy attention to detail. At any rate, I was THOROUGHLY IMPRESSED by the FLAWLESS Quality and Care that stood out during my inspection of this Defect/Blemish-Free purchase. BRAVO / Great Job!!!



ADJ Products, FLIP SHELF CASE FOR VMS4 Review:


This is a very tough road case that will keep your VMS controller safe for years. Not to mention, it makes storing the VMS MUCH easier, and the laptop shelf is great for making the most of a small workspace. This is my second case, the first is going strong after 5+ years, just added this one for a new VMS5 controller.



Pro X T-14MRSS 14U x 10U Slant Combo DJ Rack Flight Case w/ 4" Wheels/Casters Review:


I bought this unit because I liked how it looked, but after receiving it I am even more impressed.
For the money it is well built and comparable with more expensive units. If I need another
rack I will definitely checkout TOV. The only thing I could say negative is the corners of the
shipping box needs reinforced. When I received the unit one of the corners of the cardboard
box was ripped and the corner was exposed and it had a nick in the metal but not really worth
complaining about since it is a road case and will probably get scratched on the first outing.



Odyssey DJ Case (K1200BL) Review:


These cases are great (so far) I bought two. I like them because they are lightweight. I hope they will be durable but I haven't had them too long so we'll see how they hold up to some normal wear and tear.