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Speaker Stand

  • For speakers up to 30 kg
  • Material: steel
  • For flange diameter of 25 mm
  • Foot diameter: 1000 mm
  • Extendable from 119 - 200 cm
  • Weight: 2.6 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Incl. 25 mm diameter adapter for M6 thread (12 mm long)
Pole diameter 25 mm
2 pieces Set No
Material Steel
Wind-Up Stand No
Ringlock No
Pneumatic No
Foot Construction Tripod
Color Black
available since September 2013
Item number 320824
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Min. Height 1190 mm
Max Height 2000 mm
Weight per Stand 2,6 kg
Max. Load 30 kg
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Simple stand serving superbly
Michal3806 10.07.2015
as far as stands go, this one will serve you well if you don't put too heavy speakers on top - it's rated to up to 30 kilograms - and is better suited for smaller PA sets.

I purchased this for my Roland Cube CM30 which weighs about 5.5 kilos and is rather small and it feels like a perfect match, not too big, not too small, not too heavy.

Just a word of advice - the 25 mm tube and M6 thread means that for anything else you'll need adapters. I spent a while to get an adapter to the Roland's 3/8 thread but it was my fault, not the stand's. So, to avoid surprises, make sure to check thread compatibility.

But again, if there's a match, this will do the job for a great price.
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Good value stand for a small speaker
Anonymous 14.11.2014
I'm using this for a Behringer B205D active monitor that we use as a small PA. The 205D is designer for a mic stand but it felt a bit insecure. This is much more stable and goes a lot higher.

The B205D mounting spigot holds it on a 5/8" mic adaptor leaning back at an angle but I found a microphone table clamp on Amazon which was a short piece of steel channel with a 6mm threaded hole on one flange (for the clamp screw, ideal for the threaded stud on top of the speaker stand cap thingy) and a 3/8" mic adaptor screw on the top. I put it in a vice and bashed the top flange into the right angle to hold the speaker upright, added a 5/8" adaptor and the mounting spigot and it all works well.

So while this is not as light or compact as a mic stand, for most gigs its just right, goes above head height if you need to, and stable enough. If your speaker will fit the 25mm tube, or the 6mm threaded top cap it's fine.
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Does what it's supposed to, breaks easily
Koob 11.04.2017
I wouldn't put speakers up to 30Kg on it :) Fine for small inexpensive speakers, if you don't move a lot. But the bolts break very, very easily.
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Very good product for a good price!
Anonymous 17.08.2016
Very strong stands. Well built and have a nice weight to them.

Feet width is adjustable for any space there is left onstage. I would recommend these stands for light speakers or a light lighting bar.
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