DJ City Review: Tucker & Bloom’s Rich Medina 45 Bag and Latest 45 Adapters

September 06, 2018

DJ City Review: Tucker & Bloom’s Rich Medina 45 Bag and Latest 45 Adapters

Big shout's to DJ City for putting our Rich Medina 45 Bag and new Magnetic 45 Adapters through the paces of a review. Watch the video below. 

 

With the resurgence of seven-inch vinyl, traveling DJs need a reliable way to carry their records. US company Tucker & Bloom has teamed up with veteran DJ Rich Medina to create what Mojaxx says may be the ultimate record bag.

On this week’s episode of DJcityTV’s Tips and Tricks, Mojaxx reviews the Rich Medina 45 Bag, along with some of the latest 45 adapters to hit the market.

 






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