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PA Speaker Stands with Air Cushion (PAIR)
Keep your heavy performance speakers safe and in the proper position during performances with this pair of Air Cushioned Speaker Stands from Monoprice!
These heavy-duty steel stands are designed with the performance professional in mind. They are constructed from 1 3/8" diameter steel tubes and can each hold up to 130 lbs in weight. Each speaker can be positioned from 43" to more than 7 feet above the stage, ensuring that your music reaches your entire audience. A built-in pneumatic shock absorber in each stand provides an extra level of safety by preventing speaker drops or falls. The base of the stand measures about 42" when fully expanded.
- Heavy duty steel tube speaker stand
- Built-in Air-Cushion safely mechanism to prevent sudden speaker drops
- Tube Diameter: 1.375in (3.5cm)
- Load capacity: 130 lbs (60kgs)
- Minimum/Maximum Height: From 43in (110cm) up to more than 7 ft (213cm)
- Base Width: Expandable up to 42in (122cm)
Questions and Answers
The stand itself is pretty heavy compared to all of the other lightweight stands. The air cushion is nice when lowering heavy speakers.
PROS: Strong. Air cushion.
PROS: Surprisingly well built for this price and is already being useful!
CONS: Like all air cushion support stands you must know how to get the air cushion to release properly to open and close the stands. The addition of an instruction sheet would help for those that haven't used a stand with that valuable safety feature.
It's what I've come to expect from monoprice.
PROS: Nice. surprisingly well built.
CONS: None. Only room for improvement I suppose is that the top plastic cap has a tendency to pop off when pulling a speaker from the pole.
PROS: These are nice well made stands at a better price than you'll find inferior stands on stage for, if you catch my drift. Others reviews had me concerned about weight. Don't be. They're well made, but not boat anchors. They weigh what i feel a Hercules type stand would weigh.
CONS: People say they're using these for lights too. Certainly strong enough for that, but not quite tall enough. But, hey, it's a speaker stand that'll hold Mackie SRM 450s, Yamaha MSR 400s , Thump, or QSC K and KW series powered speakers with no trouble at all.
CONS: Cheap. Smells like cat urine (seriously). Broke after only a few uses.
PROS: Solid, well-built speaker stands. Great value.
CONS: No bag
These speakers are heavier than I need, but that means they'll last a long time. I'm very pleased.
My only minor issues are that some of the holes were not drilled properly so I had to work at them for a bit so I could insert the locking pin, and (2) for the price I would have hoped for a heavy-duty nylon carrying bag. Other vendors sell comparable stands with an included bag.
These are minor, though. The stands are very good!
PROS: Well-built and sturdy, easy to use, cost
CONS: Holes not all drilled properly for he price should have included a carrying bag
PROS: Supports heavier speakers, air cushion is a plus. All black with no funky colors.
CONS: No bag. Retaining nuts are hard plastic. Rubber or a rubber backing would have been better to give a better grip.
PROS: Sturdy, adjustable, nice finish
CONS: Hard to adjust
2 months ago