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Musician's Friend Standard Speaker Stand
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Our standard audio speaker stand adjusts from 42" to 71". 1-3/8" diameter. Holds 110 lbs. Aluminum construction reduces stand weight for easy transpo...Click To Read More About This Product
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Our standard audio speaker stand adjusts from 42" to 71". 1-3/8" diameter. Holds 110 lbs. Aluminum construction reduces stand weight for easy transport. Molded plastic leg housing with ergonomic knob is extremely durable. Designed for 1-3/8" mounting sockets.
- 42" to 71" height
- 110 lbs. capacity
- Lightweight rugged, aluminum
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Alright, but not the greatest
I bought two of these stands a couple of weeks ago. I find the plastic clamps to be of a very low quality. It is hard to feel secure having a $1000 speaker on...Read complete review
I bought two of these stands a couple of weeks ago. I find the plastic clamps to be of a very low quality. It is hard to feel secure having a $1000 speaker on a speaker stand that could break and fall down any minute. First off, one of the stands was broken from shipping (the plastic clamp). About a week later, the plastic clamp on my other one broke also. On a positive note, the rest of the speaker stand is alright. But, I would definately go for something a little more high-priced and better quality if you have expensive speakers- it's not worth them falling down and breaking because of a low-quality speaker stand!
Most Liked Negative Review
the clamp broke
The plastic clamp broke on one of my stands while I was using it in a bar a few weeks ago. I over-tightened the clamp pretty easily and I'm not a big muscle man,...Read complete review
The plastic clamp broke on one of my stands while I was using it in a bar a few weeks ago. I over-tightened the clamp pretty easily and I'm not a big muscle man, so they are pretty darn cheap and don't hold very tight. The stand itself is so inexpensive, but i'll probably buy a different brand next time if I can't just replace the clamp easily. I like a lot of this sites cheap store-brand stands (for guitar, amp, etc.) but I wouldn't recomend this one.
Reviewed by 16 customers
I just got in a pair of these today, and I think they're ok for my light weight Kustom ksc10 cabs, but it did feel like anything too heavy might tip over. I doubt they'll support the full 110 lbs. as advertised, but all that being said at this price these stands do the job and do include security pins. It's really about what I expected, they suit my needs just fine & left me enough for a laptop stand. So if you're using light weight speaker cabs these stands are a steal, if you're speakers have a heavier build spend the money & get Ultimate stands.
I bought a pair of these and one arrived damaged. After about a dozen gigs one of the plastic knobs broke. They are very unstable with any speaker weighing over 40 pounds on top of them. I cringe every time I have to display my cabinets any higher than the lowest possible setting. I suggest spending the extra money and getting a quality product.
These are excellent stands! There are certain features that they lack, but look at the price! I have some pretty decent sized 600W speakers on mine, and they hold strong, and they're very sturdy.
I got these stands for our church fellowship hall. They work great for the way we use them. If you plan to set up and take down a lot, then spend a little more and get a more sturdy stand.
I have gone through two sets of these because the plastic clamps are brittle. The first set arrived damaged. The second took less than three months of very light use before the clamps began to break. Don't bother with these stands because they will fail.
I like the base spread on this unit. However out of two units one came broken. A little bubble wrap in packaging might have helped but these are cheaply made stands. I intend to put small monitors on them but nothing too heavy. I wouldn't trust them to hold a lot of weight.
Even using these stands properly, I got perhaps a dozen uses out of them. The speaker, a Behringer B1520, was within the weight rating. When the stand collapsed, examination revealed that not only had the plastic broken, but the pin had actually ripped through the aluminum tube. I would not recommend purchasing this product if you plan to put anything on top of it.
I bought these stands and like all of the other people reviewing this product they broke on me the first time I used them. I would not waste my money on these stands. Pay a few extra bucks and buy the next model up.
inexperienced users overtighten (and break) the plastic clamp on these stands. The clamp is not ment to hold the weight of the speakers, the metal pin is. Clamp needs only to be 'snug', the metal pin bears the weight and the clamp should only be tightened after the full weight of speakers is on the pin(s). These stands are lightweight, easy to use and have a small footprint (unlike more expensive brands). Not over-engineered. Designed for 'smart' people.
The cheap plastic handle cracked AT THE FIRST GIG I USED IT! You can still use the stand w/ the Center Pin, but pay the extra 10 or 20 bucks for a better stand. This stand does hold my 12" Samson speakers ok, but DO NOT put it above the 4th pole position, especially in the wind at an outside gig. That's all you need is your speaker falling on some kid. Overall, if you want cheap this is ok, but I may change them out.