K&M 28101

Support StandIdeal for amplifiers or monitors. The support arms are inclined at 42° and can be adjusted in height. The stand can be put together for transport.

  • Inclined pads
  • Height-adjustable from 360 to 455 mm
  • Working distance: 280 mm
  • Working depth: 350 mm
  • Up to 35 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Weight: 4.1 kg

Further Information

Type Amplifier Stand
Color Black
52 Customer Ratings
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K&M 28101
Robert814, 25.03.2015
The label on the box says "Monitor Stand", but this one is a bit difficult to categorise. My intention is to use it with a very small guitar amp centrally and a very small (Studio size) vocal monitor each side. This means making up something for them to sit on. I have some sheets of ABS plastic, long and narrow, which I can join with a "Piano Hinge" from the local DIY supplier. This can then be positioned with the hinge at 90 degrees in the arms of the stand. The amp will then not be too small between the arms of the stand and the stereo vocal monitors positioned each side. Nothing like being non-standard :)
As my star ratings suggest, the stand is perfectly stable and well made, without being too heavy to cart around. More than enough for my requirements.
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It seems to be really difficult to build clever amp st ...
Andreas, 23.09.2014
So far I had the cheap Thomann variant in use. Since we are now live more often I did not really want to do this thing to me anymore, because you can never be sure if you really put the screw tight enough to prevent it from crumpling up the thing. So what can become a showstopper ...

In this respect, the K & M stand is definitely much better for now - this is probably just the problem that the welds of the angle that holds the two legs together eventually say goodbye. I think it's strange that you have not taken at least a second sheet here ...

Well, as far as the adjustment options, this stand is unfortunately much worse than the Thomann variant. The angle can not really be adjusted properly and the amp is actually too shallow and too low on the tripod.

So here you have the choice between bad locking (Thomann) and bad position (K & M). I live now first with a bad position and hope that I still find something better somewhere ... The price of this construct, incidentally, I find outrageous ... That will only work so long until any Chinese on the idea to build something looks similar and can be adjusted at an angle ...
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