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Grundorf Mighty Lite?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Tom P, May 7, 2006.

  1. Tom P

    Tom P Supporting Member

    Aug 19, 2004
    I'm looking for a rackmount case for my Eden WT400.
    These seem like they would fit and have a rep as light and tough.
    Any experiences to vouch for this?
    Any dealers? MF and Zzounds don't list this item.
    It states the back of the case has a port for connections. Is this the only access to the rear?
    Does the back have a removable cover as well?
  2. Try fritzproaudio.com...free shipping and they're nice people as well.

    I like my rack just fine - looks good, and it's plenty sturdy.

  3. The back has a friction fitting panel (with a ~2" port) that's removable, and covered in the same carpet material as the rest of the case. The deep version also has an additional port on the top near the rear of the case. I have two Mighty Lights. :cool:

    ~ Charlie
  4. Mighty Lights are good if you dont load them up too much. I had one loaded with a pre and a power amp and the handle ripped out. With an Eden head, youll be fine though. Thats less than half the weight I had in mine. But yeah, the back cover is removable, with a hole for cables to come out of. The front latches on with two latches. Theyre very light weight too. When mine came in the mail, I thought the box was empty it was so light.

  5. Tom P

    Tom P Supporting Member

    Aug 19, 2004
    So a friction fit just "wedges" into place? Any issues with it falling out or coming loose in transit? Sounds like it might be weakness from a design standpoint.
  6. I never had any problems with it sliding out. Its a pretty tight fit.
  7. Yup. :cool:

    ~ Charlie
  8. CocoBolla


    Aug 1, 2003
    New Jersey

    Had it for a year, no problems. But, I only moved it around in my car. I don't think it is designed for touring - it looks like even hauling in a band van would be too much for it. It is also very light.

    Bought mine at www.fritzproaudio.com
  9. Tom P

    Tom P Supporting Member

    Aug 19, 2004
    Thats what I'd be using it for. Tried Fritz 800# and its out of order, no reply to e-mails hmmmmm.......

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