Phonic FC12 Flight Case

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FC12 Sturdy Flight Case with wheels for KT-12 & KT-12A, 1 piece per case

Sturdy Flight Case w/ wheels- for KT-12 & KT-12A, 1pc per case

About Phonic: Since its inception in 1972, Phonic has become a leading manufacturer of professional audio products permanently perched on the cutting edge of both analog and digital technology. By the early 80s, Phonic was the number-one producer of DJ mixers, supplying over 85% of the total units sold worldwide. Phonic didnt stop there. Since then, Phonic has expanded its manufacturing expertise into all areas of professional audio. We deliver products including digital mixers, audio analyzers, precision speakers, and wireless technologies that give the sound engineer industry-leading usability, performance, and dependability. Phonic's global reach extends across 50 countries and they proudly manufacture their products in 100% owned, ISO-certified factories.

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Phonic FC12 Flight Case - Sound and Light

  Saturday 20 April 2019       


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