This product is inspired by years of travel where everyone’s prized IEM’s are sitting side of stage and travelling in a backpack with an engineer. The ‘IEM Manager’ lets you keep everyone’s in-ears organised and well protected all the while offering a neat way of displaying them for the band as they step on stage.
The IEM Manager protects up to 8 sets of In Ear Monitors in a clever carry case. Keep all the IEMs for the entire band and crew safe in this strong and lightweight case that will fit into your backpack just as easily as it fits in a hard case with gear.
For any ensemble, big or small, the need to keep your IEMs safe and organised is of upmost importance. Don't let these expensive pieces of equipment have any chance of getting damaged or misplaced! Instead, keep them all together with your monitor engineer or band manager and rest assured they'll arrive in good shape for every single gig.
There are a 8 dedicated spaces for round or square IEM cases which perfectly suit Ultimate Ears Pro & JH Audio professional cases. The 8th space on the top right corner is adapted to be appropriate for the 8th set of IEM's or it can hold miscellaneous equipment for example, alcohol wipes and spare cables.
Inside the lid is a mesh pocket with ample room for other important equipment and could be a great place for a computer tablet, hard drives, USB's, sharpies and documents.
The slim handle makes it simple to hold and carry around the venue and the entire case slips into a backpack with as much ease as it slips into most of the popular sizes of Pelican style hard cases.
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Attach your own customised engraved label to the top of the IEM Manager in the dedicated space. A strong adhesive is attached to the back side allowing the label to bond easily to the recessed space which helps to keep it from getting caught. Navigate HERE for the label and get it engraved at your local engraver (they're easier to find than you might first think). I'll soon work out how to control my engraving machine and be able to offer customised labels but for now you can get the blank label here and get it engraved yourself.