Ultimate Support TS-80B Aluminum Speaker Stand (Matte Black)

BH #ULTS80B • MFR #TS-80B
Ultimate Support
Ultimate Support TS-80B Aluminum Speaker Stand (Matte Black)
Key Features
  • Adjustable From 44 - 79"
  • For 1-3/8" and 1-1/2" Sockets
  • 150 lb Load Capacity
The Ultimate Support TS-80B is a lightweight speaker stand made of high-grade aluminum in a black matte finish, with a 150 pound load capacity. The stand features a built-in socket adapter accommodating both 1-3/8" and 1-1/2" speaker sockets, a glass-reinforced polycarbonate telescoping collar, with a die-cast metal clamp for extra security, and an easily tightened adjustment knob.

A tube stop prevents accidental removal of the center tube, and the die-cast metal leg collar clamp ensures maximum stability at the base. The closure lever for the legs is preset to the proper tension for quick setup.

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Ultimate Support TS-80B Aluminum Speaker Stand (Matte Black)

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Ultimate Support TS-80B Overview

The Ultimate Support TS-80B is a lightweight speaker stand made of high-grade aluminum in a black matte finish, with a 150 pound load capacity. The stand features a built-in socket adapter accommodating both 1-3/8" and 1-1/2" speaker sockets, a glass-reinforced polycarbonate telescoping collar, with a die-cast metal clamp for extra security, and an easily tightened adjustment knob.

A tube stop prevents accidental removal of the center tube, and the die-cast metal leg collar clamp ensures maximum stability at the base. The closure lever for the legs is preset to the proper tension for quick setup.

UPC: 784887136020

Ultimate Support TS-80B Specs

TypeSpeaker Stand
Load Capacity150 lb / 68.2 kg
Mount Size1-3/8"
1-1/2"
Height Adjustment Range44 to 79" / 111.8 to 200.7 cm
Closed Length43.5" / 110.5 cm
Weight6.2 lb / 2.8 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight8.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)44.5 x 6 x 6"
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