Ultimate Support SP-100 Air-Powered Speaker Pole

BH #ULSP100 • MFR #17654
Ultimate Support
Ultimate Support SP-100 Air-Powered Speaker Pole
Key Features
  • Air-Powered Series Speaker Pole
  • Height Range: 37.9 to 59.8"
  • Offers 25 lb of Lift
  • Fits Speaker Sockets 1-3/8 to 1-1/2"
The Ultimate Support SP-100 is an air-powered speaker pole that helps raise and lower speaker poles on their own. The Air-Powered Series feature an internal shock that lifts speakers weighing 25 lb or less with no effort and only requires one hand to raise speakers weighing more than 25 lb. The SP-100 features an expanding cylinder that firmly fists speaker sockets from 1-3/8" to 1-1/2" diameter. Additionally, the subwoofer attachment can be removed revealing a standard M20 threading, allowing the SP-100 to be a truly universal solution.
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Ultimate Support 17654 Overview

The Ultimate Support SP-100 is an air-powered speaker pole that helps raise and lower speaker poles on their own. The Air-Powered Series feature an internal shock that lifts speakers weighing 25 lb or less with no effort and only requires one hand to raise speakers weighing more than 25 lb. The SP-100 features an expanding cylinder that firmly fists speaker sockets from 1-3/8" to 1-1/2" diameter. Additionally, the subwoofer attachment can be removed revealing a standard M20 threading, allowing the SP-100 to be a truly universal solution.

  • Adjustable Speaker Adapter
  • Universal Subwoofer Adapter
  • Air-Powered Lift Assist
  • Over-size Tubing
UPC: 784887176545

Ultimate Support 17654 Specs

TypeSubwoofer Pole
Load Capacity150 lb / 68 kg
Mount Size1-3/8"
1-1/2"
Height Adjustment Range37.9 to 59.8" / 96.27 to 151.89 cm
Material of ConstructionAluminum
Closed Length37.9" / 96.27 cm
Weight5.7 lb / 2.6 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)42.5 x 3.8 x 3.8"
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