K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black)

K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black)

K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black)

B&H # KM21300B MFR # 21300-009-55
K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black)

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  • 4.54-7.15' (1385-2180mm)
  • Zinc Die-Cast Clamps
  • Hand-Crank Height Adjustment
  • Push Button Locking Mechanism
  • Steel Construction
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The K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand features a heavy-duty steel construction, 35mm diameter tubing, and hand-crank adjustable height mechanism that adjusts between 4.54-7.15 feet (1385-2180mm). Easily mount and adjust height for speakers or a lighting truss with an integrated M10 thread connection. Its locking push button mechanism and zinc die-cast clamps ensure maximum stability for loads weighing up to 110 lbs (50 kg). The wide, tripod base and rubber feet keep the entire stand stable.

Hand-crank height adjustment and push button lock for easy adjustments
Durable steel construction and zinc die-cast clamps
Capable of handling loads up to 110 lbs (50 kg)
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K&M 213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black)
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    Material Steel
    Height 4.54 - 7.15' (1385 - 2180mm)
    Load Capacity 110 lbs (50 Kg)
    Dimensions Tube Diameter 1.37" (35mm)
    46 x 5.70 x 4.96" (1170 x 145 x 126mm)
    Weight 18.96 lbs (8.6 kg)
    Packaging Infosuafcccyzbrats
    Package Weight 20.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 46.0 x 7.5 x 5.0"
    213 Hand Crank Speaker Stand (Black) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Lifelong Lifter This is the heavy-lifting big brother to the On Stage SS8800B Speaker Stand.However, I feel that (aside from the K&M's huge load rating) the outstanding difference is that the On Stage SS8800B will last several years of weekend use, whereas the K&M 213 should survive roughly TWICE as long, ...being hauled, rigged and demounted on a DAILY basis.So the seemingly large difference in outlay can actually end up being cheaper on a cost per hour basis, given that your gear is always on the move like mine.It's also important to note that, like the SS8800B, it's raised and lowered by a screw jack, ...decidedly NOT the rack and pinion or cable and reel solution offered by most others.This is a VITAL difference because, when UNclamped ...the screw jack is the ONLY mechanism of these that will remain solidly fixed unless it's actually being cranked.That makes use of the riser's locking bolt optional, mainly to prevent acoustically induced rattles or buzzes.Check out my earlier review of the On Stage SS8800B and you'll notice thatK&M's commitment to safety extends to their catalog pics of the stand actually showing it CORRECTLY deployed.That earlier review also contains a few other tips that I hope you'll find useful when setting up this type of tripod spreader system, regardless of manufacturer.
    Date published: 2012-11-09
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