The AO-1.5 Audio Organizer is a large, self contained case made for audio field mixers and recorders. The larger dimensions of the bag offer plenty of storage options and also ample room for multiple receivers. The main structure of this bag is made from rigid corrugated plastic paneling covered in durable padded CorduraÂ® fabric. This combination of materials creates a strong and rigid frame that offers maximum protection and lightweight performance. Accessories can be stored in the collapsible front pocket of the case. Both sides of the AO series bag are fully detachable side panels that allow easy access to all mixer inputs and outputs. Located on both exterior sides of the bag are transmitter pouches with NP1/BDS pockets. Also, there is a large zip bottle holder that expands to alternatively hold headphones. This bag is the perfect solution for large multiple receiver situations.
All-New Redesigned Features Include:
-Large access flap on back for battery access -Attached external NP1 pocket -NP1/BDS/transmitter pockets on both sides -Boom rest/headphone pouch/bottle-holder pocket -NP1 Velcro locks on each side -Metal harness attachment rings each side -Smaller compact collapsible front pocket -Accessory storage in front pocket -Interior copper colored lining -Longer carry handles -Longer vinyl cover -Double layer vinyl pocket -Boom-pole attachment point -2 x rigid dividers
Some recommended setups for the AO-1.5X:
Sound Devices 633: With L-Type Batteries attached. With room for 6 wireless receivers, 2 transmitter sends and NP1/BDS system pockets.
Sound Devices 788-CL8: With room for 4 dual Wireless Receivers. 2 transmitter sends and NP1/BDS system pockets.
Zaxcom Maxx: With room for 6 wireless receivers, 2 transmitter sends and NP1/BDS system pockets.
Zaxcom Nomad: With room for 6 wireless receivers, 2 transmitter sends and NP1/BDS system pockets.
large zip flask holder. This bag is the perfect solution for large multiple receiver situations.
Portabrace cases have been built by hand in Vermont since 1972. And while professional audio and video technology continues to change at a relentlessly fast pace, one thing has remained the same for over 40 years: our commitment to quality. From the highest quality materials, to the hand-built wooden equipment models, to the reinforced sewing techniques designed to strengthen weight-bearing contact points, our production processes are designed to make our cases the toughest and most reliable products available.