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Gator ID Series Speaker Sub Pole

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Product Price $64.95
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This ID Series Speaker Sub Pole features piston-driven height adjustment and an adapter for traditional mount or M20 threaded mount. Adjustable from ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Solid sub pole with easy, one-handed CAM operation and lift assist.

This ID Series Speaker Sub Pole features piston-driven height adjustment and an adapter for traditional mount or M20 threaded mount. Adjustable from 37 to 57 inches, it is meant for use ideally with cabs between 35-40 pounds, but can handle up to 125 pounds. This ID Series Speaker Sub Pole works great with the JBL VRX915S, VRX918S, SRX718S, PRX615S-XLF, PRX718XLF, PRX400, PRX600, PRX700, STX800, VRX900 and QSC KW181, KSUB, KLA181 speakers.

FEATURES
  • Compact cylinder design
  • Includes Lift-EEZ piston for lift assist
  • Fits traditional sub mounts with integrated adapter for threaded M20 mounts
  • Easy one-handed CAM operation
  • Height adjusts from 37 to 57 in.
  • Ideal for use with speaker cabinets between 35-40 lb. with total weight capacity of 125 lb.

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SPECIFICATIONS
  • Minimum Height: 37.00 "

    Maximum Height: 57.00 "

    Weight Capacity: 70.00 pounds

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GatorID Series Speaker Sub Pole
 
4.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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2.0

Did not meet my expectations

By Hirezaudio

from Saint Petersburg

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Portable
  • Will work if nothing else if available.

Cons

  • Not Functional
  • Unstable

Best Uses

  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances

Comments about Gator ID Series Speaker Sub Pole:

I was using this to mount a QSC K12 on a Behringer B1200D subwoofer.
First I will describe myself as it is pertinent to this review. I am 5' 8" and weigh 150 lbs. I am not a big guy but I study martial arts, lift weights and am basically stronger than most of my peers. So...
I open up the box, remove the speaker pole, and look for directions. There are none. So I figure it can't that hard and open the catch lever in the middle of the pole. The pole extends as would be expected. Cool. Except, I cannot compress the pole back to its original shortened state. It will not budge no matter what I try. I go and look at the videos about this product and the guy at the NAMM show is making it work with just one hand. So I call Gator. The guy I finally end up with says I need to put a speaker on top so the weight of it will assist me in compressing the pole. So I put the pole in the subwoofer and the first thing I notice is that it wobbles. The pole is fully extended so I have to get on a chair to put my 41lbs. QSC K12 on top of it. It reaches nearly to the ceiling which is 9ft. Needless to say this is quite awkward. I still cannot compress the pole. So I take it off and remove the pole. Turning it upside down and putting my entire weight on it, it starts to compress and slowly I am able to return it to it original state. I put the pole back in the subwoofer and I realize that even in its shorten state, I would have to lift the K12 speaker above my shoulders for the starting point. That defeats the idea of why I purchased the lift assist pole in the first place. I point out these various considerations to the Gator tech but says, in so many words, I'm just not strong enough. So realizing that he was not to be of any help, I took my bruised ego and concluded the conversation.
So... If you are over 6' 2'' and have no problem compressing with 150 lbs. of force, don't mind that your speakers wobble and enjoy fruitless conversations with technical assistance, then buy this.

 
5.0

Lifting - In Style!

By Captain Betty

from Oshkosh, WI

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Heavy Duty
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Stable

Cons

  • Minor "nice to haves" missing

Best Uses

  • Live Sound
  • Mobile DJ
  • Performances

Comments about Gator ID Series Speaker Sub Pole:

My current pair of Gator Frameworks speaker poles (manual) tightening knob were starting to strip and I've been eyeing these assisted lifting poles for a bit. So after a great sale came along; I snagged these up for a song.

They're heavy duty. Very easy to use and feel very stable. Just plop your speaker cab on the pole, open the cam up and just apply some gentle upward pressure and up she goes! Super easy.

Beyond the obvious benefits; some items of note (very minor cons):
- There is an included velcro strip that wraps around the cam/lock. this is probably to prevent any accidental opening/expansion during transport. I'd suggest you don't lose this.
- Since there is no tightening knob; there's no way of doing the beer-can-wrap with your cables. You'll want to use a velcro tie or to a full loop around the pole to keep your cables neat.
- There are no measurement markers to tell you how high you're going or to match both sides. With a manual pole you at least have pin holes to set your height. Here it's all eyeballed. I'm considering just taking a paint pen to it to mark 6 or 12" increments.

But those are very minor points. Overall I'm super happy with them and so is my back.

 
5.0

Great poles!

By Bamasanger

from Oxford, AL

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Pros

  • Holds Items Securely
  • Stable

Cons

  • Bulky
  • Kind of on the heavy side.

Best Uses

  • Performances

Comments about Gator ID Series Speaker Sub Pole:

These sub poles are very robust and operate exactly as described. They easily and automatically lofted Bose 802 top speakers with ease. The poles are metal, and even though the racking gear mechanism is plastic, it stops and locks the load securely. Really like the versatility of being able to use them with either plain or screw-in sub sockets. Initially they appear to be a well-build product, only time on the road will tell.

 
5.0

ID Series Speaker Sub Pole

By Ram

from Shelton, Wa El Tejano!

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Comments about Gator ID Series Speaker Sub Pole:

I have had them for about 2 weeks now. Haven't gigged with them yet. They appear very sturdy. I hope the cylinder/piston holds up. Use will only tell. You still have to pick up the main or top speaker and place it on the the pole. It still saves some back breaking work as you do not have to to pick up the top speaker as high in order to place it on the pole. So far I love them, they look tough!

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