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Millenium Laptopstand Tripod

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Laptop Stand

  • Tripod laptop stand
  • Height adjustable from approx. 75 cm - 135 cm
  • Fixed plate (inclination not adjustable): 30 x 40 cm
  • Weight: 3.2 kg
  • Diameter: 28 mm
  • Colour: Black
Colour Black
Orchestral Music Stand No
Music Stand No
Sheet Music Holder No
Bag No
Accessories Yes
Total height < 1.500mm Yes
Total height > 1.500mm No
weight < 1,5kg No
available since October 2008
Item number 214489
Type Laptop Stand
Height min. 750 mm
Height max. 1350 mm
Weight 3,7 kg
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£16.50
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Suitable for little synths
Johannes467 11.08.2015
I'm owning Arturia's Microbrute which is a nice little analog synth. My plan was using it in the rehearsal room so I needed a stand. Keyboard stands were no real option as they are quite big and I would need a board of some kind to place my little synth on it. I spotted the "Millenium Laptopstand Tripod" and thought that it could suit my purpuse. And it does!

The synth is sitting on the stand safely. As the angle of the plate can be adjusted, there is no danger that the synth could slip and fall down. The height can be adjusted as well; I'm a fairly tall person (188 cm) and using the synth while standing is no problem! The only i have with the hight is when I'm playing the synth sitting in my home studio: The minimum height is about 70 cm which can be a bit high...

The stand's stability is alright considering the price. Playing the synth enthusiastically is no problem at all. Bumping into it heavily is - it's likely that the stand will fall or at least tilt. But if you are a little aware of your surroundings that won't happen.

All in all i can recommend the stand for anyone who wants to use it for little synthesizers!
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Great for my Maschine Mk3 but....
Piers B 08.09.2021
Got this for dual purpose and to test. It turned out really good for plonking my Maschine Mk 3 on it and using it for live performance. For what it is designed for, laptops - it has an issue. The side rails make it difficult for me to use my laptop with USB accessories. They are to high and it puts vertical stress on the USB cable plug as it enters the USB ports on my laptop which are located on the sides.

I might end up with another one of these stands for the Laptop but I will have to remove the upper half of the side rails on both sides to be comfortable using it with the Laptop.
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Mixing Desk Stand
Pete McDonna 22.07.2019
I gig 6 nights a week and needed a stand for my mixing desk, a Yamaha MG12 XU, for when I'm on tight stages.

The stand and mixing desk are a perfect and when set up they take up very little room so they can fit up against one of my speaker-stands under the speaker and take up practically zero room on stage.

The stand itself feels sturdy but the plate, at first, felt a little lightweight but obviously that's so it's not adding to the weight at the top so it really isn't a problem.

The fittings are all moulded plastic and, whilst they seem well made enough they aren't going to last forever so I think it's best not to over tighten anything.

All in all, this stand make a practical and affordable nixing desk stand.
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Surprisingly good!
Anonymous 12.12.2015
Not that I had any doubts about the quality of this stand, otherwise I would not have ordered it, but I must admit I did not expect it would be so much quality for such a small price.

I play in a band that uses music loops and click tracks, so I needed to find a stand where I can put a small 4-channel mixer, mini amplifier for in ear monitoring and a mini laptop. Also, I am a drummer, so I really don't need another heavy weight thing to carry with me where ever I go to play. So I choose to try with Millenium Laptopstand Tripod. It turns out that it is an excellent choice.
All equipment that I use fit on Millenium Laptopstand Tripod without any problems and everything is very stable and secure on it.
True, I would not recommend that you should lean on it with your body, or to keep your beer case on it, but you can have complete confidence that all the equipment on it will be stable and safe.
Also, It has a wide enough range for height adjustment which is a great thing, and I know I'm repeating myself, but it's a big deal for me - it's very light-weight!!! :)

I strongly recommend it!
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