H9000 in checked luggage?

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    • #167946
      spandavision
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      Is there any road case which would allow for safe checked-baggage air travel for an H9000?

    • #167948
      joecozzi
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      The times I have traveled with my H9000 and taken it on a plane, I’ve used this case without issue: https://www.skbcases.com/products/4-u-i-series-injection-molded-wireless-mic-fly-rack

      In order to keep it under 50 lbs, I’ve had to not include any cables, power conditioners, and not much else in the rack. Make sure you weigh it and it abides by your airlines weight guidelines. You have to check it in.

    • #167949
      wvought
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      Whichever case you use, expect LONG DELAYS.

      • #168002
        spandavision
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        what do you mean by long delays?

      • #168081
        ddv
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        LOL, thanks for the laugh!

    • #168005
      wvought
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      Sorry, it was a joke.

       

      H9000, long delays…think about it.

    • #168034
      spandavision
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      The times I have traveled with my H9000 and taken it on a plane, I’ve used this case without issue: https://www.skbcases.com/products/4-u-i-series-injection-molded-wireless-mic-fly-rack In order to keep it under 50 lbs, I’ve had to not include any cables, power conditioners, and not much else in the rack. Make sure you weigh it and it abides by your airlines weight guidelines. You have to check it in.

       

      i’m happy to hear the H9000 can survive checked baggage handling. Thanks for the SKB case recommendation. I will try this.

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