Customer center login
Country and Language

Millenium Mixer Stand

160

Multifunction Stand

  • Suitable for keyboard, mixer, loudspeaker, case, etc.
  • Height adjustable from 610 - 810 mm
  • Width adjustable from 430 - 660 mm
  • Depth adjustable from 350 - 440 mm
  • Transport dimensions: width 430 mm, height: 625 mm
  • Frame diameter: 30 mm
  • Maximum load capacity: 136 kg
Type Universal Stand
Color Black
available since July 2016
Item number 378766
Max. Load 136,0 kg
Height min. 610 mm
Height max. 810 mm
Show more
£27
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
1
17 Sales Rank
s
Massive, well built, but not sufficiently stable.
synthesist 30.04.2017
I've bought two of these to serve as a sort of a table for my small analog synth and some other gadgets. I realize these are meant for mixers as they do need quite a heavy object on them in order for them to be stable. With a two octave analog synth on it there simply isn't sufficient weight and the legs wiggle too much as the fit of the inner and outer leg is not tight enough. I like how simple they are to set up and fold, they seem well built and all, but I will have to modify them to make them stable. That said, I will still buy one more as they are of perfect dimensions for my needs and I can imagine they are a very good stand for heavier gear like mixers. With a little work they are also customizeable because there are extra holes, so they can be made less deep if needed, which is nice and I'm going to to that to one of the stands.
handling
stability
quality
1
0
Report

Report

R
Perfect for a bass combo
Rushbo 19.08.2020
I bought this to use with a bass combo - a Genz Benz contour. I wanted to raise the combo up a little, as when it's on the floor, most of the sound it produces is directed at the back of my knees. This is a perfect solution and is surprisingly stable. It folds up neatly and seems well made, although mine initially came with one of the plastic feet missing. Thomann quickly rectified this, but spare feet cost about £3 for a set, so it might be worth getting a spare set, just in case.
Quiklok does a very similar product to this, but I couldn't justify the expense. This seems to do the same job, but for a much more affordable price.
handling
stability
quality
0
0
Report

Report

P
One man band
Paul914 11.10.2019
I use this to hold a 4 unit rack and a Dynacord powered mixer. The stand itself is plenty strong but the plastic feet needed to be re-glued a few times as they fell out. When set up the legs need to be given a small kick out to provide more stability. It's a tad on the heavy side but can be expected. I would deffnitely recommend this for any heavy equipment you need to put on a stand, no worries about collapsing.
handling
stability
quality
0
0
Report

Report

J
Not bad!
JordanA 03.03.2021
I bought one of these stands a little while ago! I had mistakenly ordered this one for a piano thinking it would be a lot larger! I was still able to use it for one of my 73 note keyboards and it worked really well!

The leg adjustments can be a little jolty and get stuck but if you give them a good pull they tend to come unstuck! I later purchased a Quicklock stand for my 88 note keyboards and they're fantastic but this one remains in the studio for gigs where a full sized keyboard isn't needed!
handling
stability
quality
0
0
Report

Report

Need help?