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You know the scenario, you've set up your equipment, the speakers are in exactly the right position and then during your performance one of the speakers slips out of position. Those days are over. Konig & Meyer has a new concept for a speaker stand to keep the speaker firmly in place.

The newly designed and patented "Ring Lock" system is based on an expanding mandrel system with flanged bushing providing a reliable fit to the speaker. Straightforward to use, the speaker is positioned on the connector pins as usual, but then secured with only a single twist of the ergonomic ring lock.

From now on you will be able to fix your loud speakers safely and firmly in any position you want. The mandrel system not only prevents the speakers from tilting when the floor is uneven or the stand is subjected to wind pressure, it can even withstand a serious onrush of fans. The Ring Lock does away with speaker tilt caused by too much room between the connectors and the extension tube, something only worsened by elongation sections. The Ring Lock has one more advantage. The high quality polyamide mandrel system provides a low-resonance connection between the stand and the speaker, enhancing music transmission. The whirring and rattling background noise, often a problem with conventional speaker connectors, is a thing of a past.

The basis for the Ring Lock System is a professional speaker stand with K&M's tried and tested product features — the stable tripod base and robust extension tube, which is easy and safe to adjust with an ergonomic clamp and additional safety splint. In addition to the Ring Lock speaker stand, we are also launching a complete professional program of not only four different extension tubes, but an adaptor sleeve and a speaker tilt connector.

K&M manufactures a broad range of instrument stands and accessories, music stands, and professional products for the pro audio market. Dealers in the US interested in K&M products are invited to contact Connolly Music Company at 800-644-5268 or info@connollymusic.com, or to visit connollymusic.com.

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