07.21.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Petrol introduces Sound Knapsack for audio field use

The Sound Knapsack from Petrol is a new personal travel bag designed to transport sound gear and accessories comfortably and securely while keeping them organized, safe and accessible on the job. The knapsack features three cushioned storage compartments for maximum storage and protection. The main chamber comes with eight removable pouches connected with hook-and-loop material, sized for holding items like earphones, batteries, microphones, wireless systems, spare connectors and tools, with transparent vinyl windows for easy content identification. The knapsack’s padded rear section can comfortably accommodate a laptop with up to a 17in screen size.

The Sound Knapsack is constructed of heavy-duty blue and black Cordura and ballistic nylon. Additional features include four auxiliary side pockets, a central net pocket designed to hold a boom pole and contoured and padded shoulder straps for comfort.

For more information, visit www.petrolbags.com.

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