Aguilar DB-112 Cabinet Covers

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  1. GaryLC

    GaryLC Supporting Member

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    I just picked up a pair of DB-112's and want to get covers for them. The "standard" covers are meant to slip over them in the playing position, with handle on side. That doesn't seem very convenient for transport, have any of you gotten covers for these cabs to use in the "transport" mode, on side with handle on top?
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    Lecover is awesome. Also check out getting some peavey metal sliding feet. They will go right into the existing screw holes for the corners and protect the side when in carry mode.
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    A BIG THUMBS UP to Cindy and the rest of the fine folks at Custom Amp Covers!

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    The GS112 is very slightly different in one dimension, I believe. I sent in the dimensions for the DB112, and Cindy got back to me with a quote for both "configurations".
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    Thanks so much, that was a concern of mine! I didn't want to add rubber feet and ruin the cab, I'll check these out!
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    Adding rubber feet won't ruin the cab if you follow the same advice: Use the existing holes for the corner screws, just use a slightly longer screw than stock to account for the foot.
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    Great idea, thanks.....I was thinking I'd have to move the rubber feet in some, this is a much better idea. Any idea of good rubber feet that will "sit" against the metal corners well? I know, I can figure it out, just thought I'd see if any of you have already done it.... ;)
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    I prefer larger feet such as:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pro-SOLID-RUBBER-FEET-SET-4-1-5-diam-by-5-8-inch-tall-Penn-Elcom-with-Screws-/271353662983?pt=US_Pro_Audio_Parts_Accessories&hash=item3f2df04e07

    But I bet these smaller ones would work equally well:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Set-of-4-Penn-Elcom-F1694-Vibration-Dampening-Rubber-Feet-11-16-x-13-32-/300872990863?pt=US_Pro_Audio_Parts_Accessories&hash=item460d6d808f

    The corners use #8 screws, I believe 1" length is good for most feet you'll find.
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    One more question, then I'll stop my ranting.....I see that LeCover shows the same cabinet dimensions when ordering either configuration, but when the cabinet is on it's side, there has to be consideration for the rubber feet that are now protruding off one side. I assume that's taken care of.
    When I submitted the form to Cindy at Custom Amp Covers, I added 5/8" for the feet. Unfortunately, it won't be a snug fit....
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    I have a pair of the LeCover basic transport fit. Adding the feet did not affect the cover fit, there seems to already be a little extra space built in to the standard measurement to facilitate fitting and removal.
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    Ditto. I have two sets of feet on mine now. One set for transport (which double as vertical stackers) and the originals. No problem with the covers.
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    Just checked and the covers for my DB112's came from ROQSOLID - www.amplifiercoversonline.com

    They make both styles of cover. These are pretty nice but took some time to get here from across the pond. I think they were around 50 clams or so.
    I have them for my AE112's as well.
    They did the Aggy's with red binding and the Bergs in blue which I thought was kinda cool.

    I have a LeCover that came with my 410 that is padded. That's nice too.

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