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Are these "value" speaker stands even worth it?
Old 27th October 2018
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Are these "value" speaker stands even worth it?

I need to get my KRK 5's away from my desk and would fit them just behinid it on those stands.

On-Stage - SMS6000-P - On-Stage Stands

Anything against using these?

Are they shaky, will it lose the bass?

Thanks in advance!
Old 27th October 2018
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I have these same ones. They’re fine. Can be tightened appropriately.

-Mike
Old 27th October 2018
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I have these as well. No complaints.
Old 27th October 2018
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I had those for a few weeks. They wiggled quit a bit even when I was just moving my chair.
Brought them back and got these instead: Adam Hall SKDB 040 – Thomann Nederland
These are far more sturdy than the first ones.
Old 27th October 2018
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Got it thanks a lot guys! I will ponder :-)
Old 28th October 2018
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I have the ones in the first post as well. No problems with them.
Old 30th October 2018
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The On-Stage stands are fine. Sturdy materials and construction.
Solid and dependable when installed properly. No complaints at all.

Whether they will "lose the bass" depends on where the speakers are in the room.
Not really anything to do with the stands themselves.
Old 30th May 2019
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Totally Agree with this...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Richard Crowley View Post
The On-Stage stands are fine. Sturdy materials and construction.
Solid and dependable when installed properly. No complaints at all.

Whether they will "lose the bass" depends on where the speakers are in the room.
Not really anything to do with the stands themselves.
This is true.
It depends on where you put your monitors, the space in your room, and the quality of your monitors.

The studio monitor stands can help you position your monitors in your space. They are handy and can help a lot if your space is small and also if your studio is an expert type.

https://homestudiomaven.com/studio-m...monitor-stands
Old 12th April 2020
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Have these exact ones. Work fine for my small but heavy VXT4's. I also use foam iso pads under them. They have adjustable pointy feet for carpet or rubber covers I believe for hard surfaces. Easy to adjust, sturdy, had em for years and a couple moves and they work fine. Really handy for getting them placed perfectly.
Old 15th May 2020
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I have those exact same stands, mine are branded "Jamstands by Ultimate Support", but they are identical. There's no problem with them whatsoever. Put monitors on them and they hold them, not much to it. I use mine on carpet, but I just use the rubber feet. I tried the pointy metal feet, but they didn't seem to provide any benefit in my case.
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