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Odyssey CTBC2060 Carpeted Folding Dj Table With Adjustable Leg System
- Pre tapped port hole for cable runs
- Sturdy and clean looking work surface
- Professional table measures 60 inches wide and 20 inches deep
- Strap handle for easy carrying
- Folding leg system is height-adjustable from 26 to 38 inches
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Odyssey's CTBC2060 has a sturdy and clean looking work surface to set up your system or music. This professional table measures 60 inches wide and 20 inches deep and comes with a pre tapped port hole for cable runs and a strap handle for easy carrying. The folding leg system is height-adjustable from 26 to 38 inches. (For more information about this product and other Odyssey products visit our website at www.odysseygear.com)
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Would be an A+ but adjusting the height was difficult. Very hard to take off initial low height setting and very hard to lock new setting into place. It's just the little metal button that you push into a whole before sliding the metal tube of the lower leg into place and then lock at desired height by letting the button pop out at the desired setting but it was impossible for me to push in at all (poor hand strength) and the person I asked to help then found the bottom almost impossible to pop back out once it was in place. It was about 2 inches lower than ideal once it was all set up and I just decided to leave well enough alone because adjusting was so hard. 4 legs took about half an hour and for a minute there we thought we were going to have to return it.
BUT it's still getting an A- because everything else is great. I've heard complaints of wobbling when it's raised too high but set for my height (I'm 5ft) no wobble unless I purposely shake the table and then t's minimal. If you took it to a mobile show someone bumping into it full force would certainly skip a record needle, but it wouldn't topple the rig. It's not build for mobile though, very heavy and it is one solid peice rather than folding in the middle... bad if you want to pack it up but GREAT if you're putting heavy equipment on it long term because you don't have to worry about dip and sag under the weight. The carpeting is thing and rigid just like on Odyssey boxes and I expect it's dampening some vibration.
I'm using two Technic 1200mk2 and a DJM900 nxs mixer, set battle style and there's a bit of room at the end, I have lamps and my record brushes etc there but I estimate there'd be room for a smaller style of cdj's as well if I cleared the space. There appears to be room to have the turntables turned standard position instead. I don't have road cases on my gear but I believe most would fit just eyeballing it.
So pain to set up, but strong enough for the heavy rig and sturdy enough to mix away on without swaying. Carpeting is a nice touch. No fold in the middle for added stability of the perfectly level surface. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a dj table rather than taking your chances on something not meant for our heavy and precious equipment but only for home use, just too cumbersome for mobile.
With the legs all the way extended, it is wobbly. I have it up against a wall on the left side, so that helps. It also doesn't seem terribly strong, but I don't have my computer monitors resting on this table; I have them on separate arms. I just have keyboard, mouse, speakers, etc. on it.
The carpet isn't as easy to clean as a normal desk, as you would expect, so keep that in mind. You'll need to vacuum it. And I would be VERY careful about food and drinks near this thing. But overall I'm happy with it for my uses. I have no DJing experience so I can't speak to that!
I added tons of close-up photos in the user gallery above, so check those out if you want to see what the table looks like. The stock photo is terrible.
The legs are cheesy, and they never for a perfectly perpendicular line to the table, so if you don't cover the table with a facade, the table always looks like it's going to fall. It never does and the quality is fine, but visually is pretty rough looking.
Solid adjustable height.
Folds tightly away.
Handle for carrying.
Wobble at maximum height