Millenium Tablet Holder

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Not perfect, but versatile and still good value
Sonovox, 16.05.2015
I've given this 4 stars in each category. I use it with an iPad, and have ended up customising mine. Here's how I rate it...

The materials used are pretty good for the money, and I would have given it 5 stars for quality, but the design leaves a little to be desired, deserving about 3 stars, hence the 4 it ended up with. Of the 5 prongs that hold the tablet, two are fixed, two are lockable sliding, and one is sprung. The lockable sliding ones are positive in their action, stay where they are locked, and grip well. The sprung one uses a fairly light spring, but does an adequate job of holding. The swivel-joint on the back feels very positive in operation, and doesn't need very much tightening to engage and give confidence that it will stay at the angle you want it to. All reasonable so far. Where the design falls down slightly: The swivel-joint is a metal plate with a moulded ball to swivel on. The metal plate is not a perfect fit with the plastic housing it clicks into, and so in operation, the device rocks very slightly to and fro when using the touch screen. This doesn't prevent you from using it, but does detract slightly from what should feel like a more quality feel to it. The clamp that fits to the mic stand can be quite fiddly to fix in place, and takes a lot of twisting and turning to get it to the point where it will all behave itself on the stand. One issue I've come across is that it is possible on a darkened stage to misalign the clamps when attaching to the mic stand, so that you get a false 'lock'. You think it is all tight, but all of a sudden, one touch sends the whole lot rattling down the mic stand - it doesn't fall off, but just slips down until it grips again. Now to the bit I had to customise because it just was not good enough: The length of the bar between the mic stand clamp and the swivel-joint is just not long enough. It is impossible to clamp it into anything useful except at the singing side of the mic-stand, and even then, it is best with the tablet held horizontally (I note that that is the way it is set up in the main picture). I have had to cut the bar in the middle, and weld in an extension piece of about 5cm length to allow the plate to swivel to any angle I want it.

Question is, would I buy one again if it was stolen, lost etc.? Well, not only would I, but I did - another two - and in both instances I will be customising them in different ways again to make them fit my own purposes.

EDIT: I just received my second one, and 10 seconds with a hex driver removed the sprung prong (you can leave the spring in place - it is held with it's own separate screw), and I can now fit my DR880 drum machine on the holder, using the locking side prongs to hold it in place. Very useful and this holds it at a better height and more choice of angles than the previous holders I've used.
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Outstanding
Lux MacLeod, 23.10.2019
I've had this item for years now and still works perfectly.
I've used in countless gigs, put it in a suitcase inside a plane hold and still works like the very first day.
Very sturdy, highly recommended!!!
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out-stand-ing
tobzz1384, 25.10.2017
bought with the intention of having a place to put my tablet whilst gigging, i mainly use my tablet for following the set list, but other times it get used for music apps to add ambient sections throughout the set. so i thought this was ideal, i'd have my tablet to hand. definately stands up to what it is supposed to do. has some issues locking the ball joint at first, but then i set it up properly and the issues stopped. item arrived quickly and with no damage to the stand or packaging
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Great quality
bandit32, 10.03.2018
You can use this tablet holder even for a laptop stand! I got the idea from a friend that has the same one. You can take off the 4 side holders with a screwdriver and place on the surface a non slippery pad, (I placed it steady on with a 2 sided adhesive tape) and you are good to go. You lock the round locking nut underneath horizontally. Great quality and very steady!
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good tablet holder
Jozef G, 09.11.2018
Shame there arent more metal parts on this, but it works ok for me
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I use it with Samsung Tab2 10"
11.09.2014
I have had this now for over a year. Compared to some others its quite bulky but it has plenty of flexibility for connecting to all sorts of mic stands, music stands or even the edge of a table. There is a very flexible ball joint for adjusting the position - horizontal or upright etc

I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10" with the Samsung hard shell case - unfortunately I have to remove the case for the tablet to sit securely in the holder so there is a good possibility that one day I will forget to put the cover back on at the end of a gig and leave it behind - but that's not happened yet!

One of the screws that holds a clamp in place works loose every now and then and falls out - I should one day tighten it properly rather than finger tight but its not a major problem.

My preferred stand to use this with is the one that comes with the Thomann/Millenium orchestra stand as its shorter than a mic stand and its very stable and they are very reasonably priced..

Very good value.
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A bit big.
Nickname Nick, 21.05.2019
A bit big, that's all I can think of as a negative.
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Will fit a IO Dock II
01.06.2015
The price point is excellent on this item. I found that if I switched the tabs around, an IO Dock II sits on the tray very nicely and secure. Make sure it's not tilted at an extreme angle though. The mounting system on this is much better than expected, and stays put once tightened. It also looks very cool. I was a little hesitant at first because the tray is plastic, but it has survived well with just a minimum of care. The mounting system is all metal and worth the purchase price on it's own. It's very easy to adapt it for use with other hardware.
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Does the job!
Jason4777, 04.01.2014
I was going to buy another similar item but twice the price as I was afraid that this item would be flimsy and unstable. I am glad I did not fork out for the other as this does the job very well, O.K it's not the best looking stand in the world but it works a treat holds my Samsung Galaxy Note securely and I can't ask for more than that.

because of the adjustable clamps on the top it is possible also to hold a music book instead of a tablet if you wish. Which is a bonus as sometimes when my battery fails me on the tablet I can have a backup book for chords.

Happy with this fits onto any mic stand and feels sturdy!
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Just what i needed
Acacio, 06.08.2015
i bought this one cause i had to make a certain amount to get free shipping and it turned out to be one of my worthy buys.i use to hold ipad mini.
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Equipment Good - packaging poor
Mark336, 25.11.2013
This item was packaged with other items and I'm sorry to say that the Thomann packaging split in transit. The local courier repackaged it all and although the box was damaged the holder is not.

In practice it is easy to use and does what it says it will do with the minimum of fuss - very useful addition and makes using the iPad so much easier.
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sturdy and versatile
herediad, 24.03.2021
the claw is a bit cheap plastic but the construction of the whole thing is solid and keep it in place as it should. can hold heavy things such as laptops. recommend it.
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Great holder for iPad
AlanH, 01.07.2013
A good, lightweight tablet holder.
The clap seems fiddly at first but be assured it does the job.
Just the right thing that holds the tablet in place in a quick to fit sprung clamp.
Another great product.
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Working and easy, but..
Matjaz C., 15.03.2015
It is a useful plastic tray with a pole mount. The mount is a bit different, but does the job - only you need both hands. Of course there are dimensions available in advance, but what I do not like is exactly that: the tray is quite larger then the tablet. It does adapt to the size, the hold it perfect, but I take more space than needed. And the overhead space can not be used for anything else.
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Nice and versatile, at a good price
06.02.2016
This is a handy piece of gear that I use to put an iPad onto a Spider stand.

By using the clamp I can easily attach it to the side of a Spider, and it feels nice and solid.

The plastic holders allow me to leave the iPad in its casing for added protection and sometimes I also use it as it's intended, as a tablet holder.

Could double as a sheet music holder if you're stuck for one.

Adjusting is easy, the clamp can be put perpendicularly or parallel, allowing for few angles.

I find it really good, even compared to its more expensive counterparts, all that's to see is how long life the clamp has before the thread starts wearing off. Looks well built so I am confident.

Happy with it
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A great addition for using tab on the move
Mary D., 04.06.2013
I use this with a HP touchpad to display tab and have found it invaluable as it means no more loose paper in my gigbag and the backets and clamps keep everything secure. The clamps for the tablet are well padded and adjust easily, I keep my tablet in a silicone cover and the tablet holder has no problems accommodating the extra size of this. I'm sure this would work comfortably with any type of pad/tablet whereas some models (which can be more expensive) are aimed solely at iPad users. The holder is lightweight and fits in a bag easily for transport and clamps securely to various surfaces. I much prefer having to put this and my tablet in a bag than folders of paper. Well worth considering if you use a tablet as part of your musical arsenal.
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Very good item.
Andrew1337, 28.11.2014
Wasn't expecting that much from this but happy to say its much better than expected for this price.
Very versatile and well built. Not just some flimsy piece of plastic.
Metal mounting bracket and clamp very good.
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Very satisfied
Petros G., 27.07.2016
Been using this 3 times per week for 9 months now.
Very stable and reliable. Good quality and easy to handle.
No more paper for me. Just clipped on my Microphone stand and ready to perform...
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tablet holder is good
15.09.2016
feels like it might break pretty easy, but in saying that it hasn't broke on me yet. Definetly good to have if you want to have lyrics in front of you, or if you're using a wireless mix unit like the Presonus RM16AI
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Multiple uses for the Tablet holder
Peter N. 351, 23.07.2013
This product has allowed me to solve an issue I had during live performances: as a singer and synth player I needed a holder for some of my controllers (i.e. novation launchpad and tablet midi controller) that would not be too bulky on stage and at the same time would be easily accessible. By attaching it to my mic stand, I've found a cheap and very efficient solution to the problem, while any other option I had been considering would have costed at least 3 times as much. Since some of the controllers I used were slightly too big for the max tablet size of the holder I simply removed the top hinge, which proved not to affect the stability of the items being held, because of the tight grip on the other sides. For anybody exploring this kind of live solution, I highly recommend this product!
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Millenium Tablet Holder
arpanet76, 15.02.2018
Good construction, strap straps easy to replace in case they get lost. Suitable for almost all pads
Very good price quality ratio
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Good.
Simonmenorca, 28.06.2015
Fits my iPad Air 2 ok,not perfectly but does the job securely.
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Great value tablet holder
PaulHorahan, 11.09.2013
I bought this primarily to hold a small 7 inch Android tablet that I use for playing backing tracks. It clamps perfectly to any stand, it has adjustable clamps for the tablet which will fit almost any tablet securely. I've always found Millenium hardware to be fine so with the price being only €19.90 I figured it would do the job perfectly. I have also used it to mount an iPad 2 and an iPad mini and it was fine for both of these too.
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Tablet holder
Gary T., 13.06.2015
Very good quality tablet holder. I use it for my blackberry playbook.
Fixes straight onto my mic stand and is adjustable in every way.
Feels sturdy enough and once fixed does not move.
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Handy
26.04.2015
Does what it says. Quite stable.
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