K&M 18820 Omega Pro Black

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Keyboard Table

  • Compact tubular steel construction
  • Large, round floor protectors
  • Locking clamping screws for easy height adjustment
  • Support arms adjustable individually
  • Collapsible legs
  • Max. load-bearing capacity: 80 kg
  • Load-bearing capacity of optional second level: Up to 25 kg
  • Height: 600 - 1020 mm
  • Support width: 122 - 729 mm
  • Support depth: 345 mm
  • Assembly size: 970 x 575 mm
  • Flat pack size: 950 x 575 x 180 mm
  • Weight: 9.8 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Suitable attachment: Article no. 437888 (not included)
  • Suitable 3rd level: Article no. 463951 (not included)
  • Suitable bag: Article no. 463952 (not included)
  • Suitable short support arms: Article no. 484281 (not included)
Keyboard Supports 1
available since April 2019
Item number 463937
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Excellent with great accessories
Daugmented 04.11.2020
I use this stand with a Kawai ES8 and have two accessories attached to it: a tray (K&M 18819) for a 17' bulkish laptop (6kg) with extra space for a mouse (more space left) and a sheet holder (K&M 18805) I use for a 12.9' ipad pro (the magnetic back of the ipad works perfectly with the holder btw).

The stand takes all of this with no problem and is incredibly stable (I was worried that the ES8 would be too heavy for it). In fact I suspect that the size and weight of the ES8 contribute to the stability (as it sits perfectly on the holding arms).
There's a lot of leg space and it even came with useful velcro straps to tie all the cables, so the final setup is clean.

The accessories are also great. Everything was easy to assemble and with high quality parts (with lots of thought for little details). The adjustment and positioning of the accessories are also very flexible and with lots of extra potential with more accessories (like the second shelf and boom attachment).

I highly recommend this stand (especially with the accessories).
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A great update to the legendry Omega stand
Alshamlan 13.01.2020
This is my third Omega stand, the previous two were the normal standard ones which were a bit of a pain to move around. With the 18820 K&M have really solved the problem of transporting this amazing stand. It is now much easier to fold the stand and tuck it in your car or (for mare safety) place it in the dedicated case which has enough room for the extension arms and some cables maybe... if you want! although being one of the heaviest stands I have owned, it is by far the best and most adjustable sturdy stand I have ever came across. Paying those extra euros to get the foldable one is truly worth it if you are planning to gig with/transport this stand. I also have the tray that you can place on the second tier arms and the tablet holder that are sold separately as extensions of this stand and they are perfect. Absolute German craftsmanship at its best.
Unless you're really on a budget, do not compromise! go for this. its worthy of every penny!
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Great, but not as stable as I thought.
Kikodasneves 08.06.2020
After a week of use, this is my review: I think this is neither as stable and neither as heavy as people make it out to be.
My keyboard (a yamaha P125, which doesn't reach the back rubber pads, so I had to use the glue on rubber chips that came with the product to fix it) still rocks considerably back and forward, specially if I play at an angle. Maybe if your keyboard has a longer depth it won't rock as much, I don't know.
And I didn't find it all that heavy! Which is a pro in my opinion! PERFECTLY transportable to gigs, even more so because of the shoulder strap.
All in all, a great support but I was expecting no wooble whatsoever stability for a 150€ stand which didn't happen.
Also, this is IMPORTANT: K&M is the only brand that I'm aware of that makes stands that can go low enough to play your instrument comfortably, so just for that this is worth the price in my opinion. It goes as low as 60cm which is great, most stands go around 65cm.
Oh, and it's great that there isn't a metal bar between your knees and the keyboard. Other K&M stands go as low as 60cm but there's an extra steel beam to clamp your legs uncomfortably. This is just great in that regard.
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Robust and practical stand
David_H 11.04.2021
Not cheap, but good value and a worthwhile longterm investment. Robust and well constructed, but still practical to move. 61 key keyboard fits perfectly, would be equally good for full size 81 key keyboard. No movement or wobble in normal playing. Easy to adjust height between seated and standing playing.
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