Best Speaker Bags, Cases & Covers in 2020



PRORECK Speaker Stand Cover Tripod Stand Skirt Skrim 360 Degree Cover Black Review:


As a full time DJ who often does several events in a week, I love these things! I had tried 2 other brands that cost more (1 almost 2x the price) before I found these and so far I have no complaints. The fabric is very thick and sturdy but still has a good stretch to it, the grip at the top stays in place and is nicely reinforced, and the pockets for the feet also have reinforcements that mean they shouldn't tear from stress as my last ones did. The fact that the bag is attached is a nice bonus as well. I now have a black set and a white set, so will weigh back in a few months with an update on how they are holding up!



Gator Cases Speaker Stand Carry Bag with 58" Interior; Holds (2) Stands (GPA-SPKSTDBG-58) Review:


The carry bag looked like a great solid product from Gator right out of the box from Amazon. I got the speaker stand bag to hold my 2 very small 36" high tripod speaker stand in this spacious 40 inch bag dual compartments that is intended for sub-woofer poles. The original 36" OEM bag had got torn up and the zipper had gave out. As shown in the picture, the folded up tripod-speaker stand just does not fit! I could not close the zipper from either end with the folded tripod speaker stand in the compartment. In the picture I also show a mic stand in the other side compartment; it fit just great. So if you are buying this carry bag for 2 speaker tripod stands, do not! If you are buying it for just 2 mic stands do buy it. Save yourself 10 inches, most other bags are 50 inches long. I is a very nice bag for just only 2 mics and lucky for me and Amazon I was in the market for a 2 mic stand bag. I am keeping the bag to look good for my next gig with my mics tucked away in this pro mic stand bag by Gator.



Rockville TB8 Lightweight Rugged Speaker Bag Carry Case for 8" DJ PA Speakers Review:


I ask on the Q & A section of this page if this bag fits my D-v mark 208 300 watt special Jazz speaker, I was told no. I looked at the size and was bigger than measurement of the cab and I ordered the bag 2 see if it fit. When it came I was having doubts about it fitting in there. I moved it around the it finally fit with room 4 the 50 watt jazz head. I said awesome I have a drawstring bag I use 4 the amp heads Pwr. cord along with a 2 outlet 10 ft extension cable in case the pwr chord don't reach 2 an outlet. The outside pocket I have 2 spkr cables 4 daisy chaining my cab 2 another cab and guitar cable and R-T-G 4 my gigs. As I said it is a nice bag fits the bill of my needs. hope a bag or bags like this work out 4 u as well.



BUBM Large Travel Gig Band Cable File Bag Musical instrument Cable & Accessories Organizer Laptop Bag for 13inch macbook. Review:


I purchased the BUBM Large Travel Gig Band Cable File Bag a few weeks ago.
I have used it for a few rehearsals and here are my initial thoughts.

It takes a bit of time to assemble and there are no written instructions.

I needed a bag that would provide quick access to cables and items.
I also needed a bag that could store a folding guitar stand that was almost 19" wide.

I looked at other much wider and expensive bags but I wanted something that was a more compact size.

I was able to store the 19" guitar stand in the middle area by setting it up as one wide section.
That is one of the advantages of this bag.
You setup the storage area by connecting the inserts using the Velcro tabs.
This allows you to have up to 8 divided areas or 4 larger areas or some combination of the two sizes.
You also have one additional area that is the full width towards the back, near the special tablet storage area.

The dividers are not very stiff and it took me a while to get them attached using the Velcro tabs.
So far, everything has stayed in place.
Currently, I have the following gear stored in this bag.

4 15-20 foot guitar cables
2 padded guitar straps
1 small digital recorder
3 microphones
1 19" folding guitar stand
1 10 foot heavy duty extension cord (3 prong)
2 standard 3 prong power cords
1 small gig bag with slides, picks, tools, clip on tuners

1 also have 1 empty pocket to use.

I also carry an 8" android tablet in the special area.

There is also a separate storage area on the outside of the bag where I am storing:

8 harmonicas
1 set of bass strings
3 sets of guitar strings
1 small leather guitar straps
1 peg winder

Its too early to tell how the zippers will hold up but so far they have worked fine.



QSC K10.2 Active 10" Powered 2000 Watt Loudspeaker Review:


This says it fits the K8.2 and K8 but the bag really wasn’t made for the 8.2. You have to coax the 8.2 to fit ok. Then once you do the zipper doesn’t line up and makes little kinks in the zipper. It works but far from a perfect fit for an 8.2 The bag quality is great and I’ve used a set for my K10s for years with no issues.



Gator Cases Heavy-Duty Speaker Tote Bag for Compact 12" Speaker Cabinets; Fits QSC K12, Yamaha DXR12 and more (GPA-TOTE12) Review:


Small powered speakers don't typically get scratched and scraped when in use up on a tripod, the battle scars occur mostly during transport and storage. I have four QSC K10's. The 2nd pair via a special promotion came with free K-Totes and still look new 5 years later. The first pair, although very well cared for were starting to show a bit of wear, so I recently bought a pair of the less expensive Gator bags to protect them. Here's my direct side-by-side comparison:

Pro's: Sized correctly, gets the job done, and are less expensive than the very nice QSC bags

Con's: Not as well padded or as softly lined as the QSC. Lacks the top access flap of the QSC that allows you to grab the top handle of the speaker (a feature I rarely use with the QSC bags, but others might miss it more than myself) The zippers are a bit heavier duty on the QSC, but the ones on the Gator's seem to be adequate.

Both bags feature sturdy carrying straps which are more-or-less identical. The exterior pocket is the same size on either bag, big enough to store the power cable but not much more (grrr). Double the size would be far better as then you could also store a 50' audio cable. The QSC has a longer Velcro strip on the pocket flap.

Verdict: The Gator bag is perfectly adequate, but the QSC K-Tote is a bit better all around. If you are carrying $150 Harbingers (yuck) and want to keep them looking nice than the Gator makes more sense. If your speakers cost $600+ each and are frequently transported, then you might want to pay for the extra margin of protection that the QSC bags provide. I decided to keep this pair of the Gators, certainly good enough, no specific concerns.



Decksaver DS-PC-APUSH2 - Ableton Push 2 Cover Review:


Love this product and their entire product line! Great, snug fit and very professional looking. Works well when I store the Push 2 for traveling and setup as well as leaving on the desk at home. Openings in the back allow the cables to be left plugged in. Polycarbonate plastic can take a good impact from anything. Excellent investment and way better than a vinyl or canvas cover.

However, like other comments, I really wish the price was at least $25 less, considering how easy it is to make these and the inexpensive cost of plastic sheet material (I they just vacuum form over a wood mold that takes a few seconds, then some quick trimming and polishing)... materials and labor can't be that much to make.

I'd love to get their other products for all my music equipment, but their pricing just doesn't give me any incentive.



PRORECK Speaker Stand Cover Tripod Stand Skirt Skrim 360 Degree Cover Black x 2 Review:


As a full time DJ who often does several events in a week, I love these things! I had tried 2 other brands that cost more (1 almost 2x the price) before I found these and so far I have no complaints. The fabric is very thick and sturdy but still has a good stretch to it, the grip at the top stays in place and is nicely reinforced, and the pockets for the feet also have reinforcements that mean they shouldn't tear from stress as my last ones did. The fact that the bag is attached is a nice bonus as well. I now have a black set and a white set, so will weigh back in a few months with an update on how they are holding up!



PRORECK Speaker Stand Cover Tripod Stand Skirt Skrim 360 Degree Cover White x 2 Review:


As a full time DJ who often does several events in a week, I love these things! I had tried 2 other brands that cost more (1 almost 2x the price) before I found these and so far I have no complaints. The fabric is very thick and sturdy but still has a good stretch to it, the grip at the top stays in place and is nicely reinforced, and the pockets for the feet also have reinforcements that mean they shouldn't tear from stress as my last ones did. The fact that the bag is attached is a nice bonus as well. I now have a black set and a white set, so will weigh back in a few months with an update on how they are holding up!



Bose S1 Pro Slip Cover Review:


The Bose speaker is excellent and they used to include a cover with most other models. This is a bit of an insult, paying $30 for a protective cover for a $600. speaker. Come on Bose, don't be so darn greedy and include this in the future.