Millenium KS-3000 B

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Keyboard stand for 2 keyboards

  • Supporting legs and arms can be folded for easy transportation
  • Carry handle for transportation
  • Top Cap with integrated adapter for optional microphone stand
  • Height: 1200 mm
  • Support depth: 380 mm
  • Load capacity: max. 35 kg per tier
  • Weight: 7,7 kg
  • Colour: Black
Keyboard Supports 2
available since September 2011
Item number 265103
B-Stock from 94 € available
102 €
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Stand and deliver!
Gordkeir 12.01.2018
Want a keyboard stand that is value for money, sturdy and portable? This one delivers!!
As a keyboard player in an 8 piece band, I wanted something that would give me a smaller 'footprint' on stage. This is my first 'tower' style stand. Let's face it, there are many to choose from. After a bit of research, I found the Millennium KS-3000.
This is cheap (but not cheaply made), rugged and easily portable. It folds easily for transporting in the car and for carrying. (I carry it in a 'speaker stand case').
It sets up in an instant, and supports my 2 keyboards easily, together with a small personal active speaker mounted on the Mic stand adaptor on the top - with no noticeable 'wobble'.
I can route all my cables down the column, secured by the clips - and avoid that 'cluttered' look. I was surprised at how sturdy and stable this stand is. In my opinion it's just perfect. As good as, and probably better than many more expensive stands on the market.
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Excellent for studio use, maybe not for gigging
noescom 09.11.2017
I've been using two of these stands for a while now and i like them very much, although they are not without their flaws.

First the good.
1) Beautiful looking.
2) The microphone holder is very sturdy. One of them holds a PC monitor (using a VESA mount) and the other one a sequencer (using a laptop desk/plate purchased off Ebay). The two platforms easily hold heavy keyboards.
3) The stand folds into a easily to move package.
4) It's cheap

Next the bad:
1) A plastic tab on the bottom should prevent the stand from wobbling, but it's still quite wobbly.
2) A carrying handle is placed between the two platforms. This handlebar makes it impossible to put the platforms close to each other. The handlebar can be relocated by unscrewing the microphone holder, but doing this I managed to damage one of the screw's cross heads. It's not possible to obtain replacement screws from Millenium (I asked Thomann customer support).
3) There is no good way to guide wires
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Review after using for a year
Yorkie Pudd 30.07.2020
I love this stand it has been to many gigs in the past year supporting my synth, laptop and audio interface and it's stood the strength of time, cosmetically it still looks good too, it travels without a case and the odd tiny scratch on it is barely noticeable and pretty good going in my opinion.

The only negative I have to say about this product id the handle that comes built in, it's quite flimsy and hard to get the stand balanced right while using it, I would be much happier having it not there at all and having the extra room for adjusting the two levels.

I would happily buy another one of these again though rather than buying something more expensive.
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Some good features but poor quality and not adjustable enough
keys55 06.11.2018
On first glance quite pleasing, then the bad news starts. The carrying handle was broken right from the start, and is in a really illogical place, its very presence determines the smallest space you can have between your 2 keyboards. Should have read the spec properly but I kind of assumed that it would be possible to adjust the horizontal angle of the arms, so you could have your top keyboard sloping slightly downwards perhaps - it isn't. I'm sure some will love it; certainly it can be assembled much quicker than other stands, but particularly if you're a keyboard player who sits down to play, the position of the top keyboard is just way too awkward,
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