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On-Stage Stands Adjustable Subwoofer Attachment Shaft
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The On-Stage SS7747 is designed for use with the new breed of compact high-powered subwoofers that utilize a threaded polemount. The threaded mount i...Click To Read More About This Product
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Adjustable subwoofer polemount with threading and crank.
The On-Stage SS7747 is designed for use with the new breed of compact high-powered subwoofers that utilize a threaded polemount. The threaded mount improves on the typical cup design by eliminating wobble and guaranteeing a perpendicular alignment between subwoofer and pole. The system effectively eliminates the perceptible lean often associated with subwoofer-mounted satellite setups and is a space-saving alternative to tripod speaker stands.
Height adjustment is easy thanks to the SS7747's folding hand crank. The pole's rack and pinion components are constructed of die-cast zinc and allow for a 15" travel. Turning the hand crank adjusts the SS7747 from 30" to 45" with a warning label indicating maximum height. Overall height range is determined by the size of the supporting subwoofer. In addition to the folding hand crank, the adjustment system features a friction safety knob and stabilizer ring.
The upper shaft is constructed of heavy-duty 1.6mm extruded aluminum and fits speaker cabinets with 1-3/8" pole mount inserts. An optional SSA2 adapter allows the use of 1-1/2" inserts. The SS7747 is designed to support a properly balanced speaker of up to 75 lb.
The SS7747 is an affordable premium subwoofer pole that adds a new level of stability and ease to subwoofer- satellite speaker systems. Like all On-Stage Stands products, it is designed to meet the needs of working musicians and production techs.
- Supports speakers up to 75 lb.
- Die-cast zinc rack and pinion construction
- Threaded lower mount for greater stability
- Hand crank for easier speaker mounting
Get one of these crank-operated polemounts and you not only raise the bar, you raise your speaker.