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  • Speaker stand recommendations

    Looking for a pair of stands for my Alto TS112A speakers. They MIGHT support a 15" powered unit at some point, but I doubt any of these would not handle the extra mass.

    Currently on my short list (price is each):

    Dayton Audio TSS100K for $51

    Ultimate Support TS80B for $69

    On Stage SS7730 for $45

    American Audio Sps1B for $40

    Gemini DJ ST-04 for $37

    Yamaha SS238B for $46

    PYLE-PRO PSTND2 for $25

    Pyle-Pro PSTK103 for $27

    Have any of you used these?
    Do you recommend something else?

    Thanks!

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    Do yourself a favor and go for the Ultimate TS-90B.

    Thanks,
    Bill Cronheim
    Enterainment Systems Corporation
    Back stage since 1973

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    • Miko Man
      Miko Man commented
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      I have Ultimate TS-90B and TS-99BL stands. I like the clutch feature on the stand, because it makes raising and lowering the speakers a much more controlled (and therefore safer) process. The TS-90 is the basic model; the TS-99 goes higher (and has a wider base to match). The "L" indicates that one of the tripod legs is adjustable for leveling purposes (outdoors, or spanning a step). I've used the TS-80; its sturdy enough, but the raise/hold/tighten (or insert pin) routine is not nearly as convenient as the clutch feature. Mark C.


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