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König & Meyer 18950

Keyboard Stand from König & Meyer .

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König & Meyer 18950Published on 09/13/06 at 10:37
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I confirm, it's a great stand, not like those "spider-pro" not pro at all.
I use it with a 88-key hammer down and a 61 keys at the top.
It moves at all, and the extension either, it quickly folds ADOPT!
(I'll even take for my other keyboards)
and frankly, the price of nine, for the time that has lasted and comfort you win, it's OK
(Again not like the spider in the same brand)
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Jeremy RJeremy R

König & Meyer 18950Published on 07/09/07 at 04:28
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I bought this stand last week. I had that stands in X, and there is a real improvement. No more bumping your legs ...

For stability: it does not move a millimeter. I've been a Roland Fantom X6, and an Alesis Ion on the support as an option. Even if you do not have heavy keyboard 88 keys, I find it interesting.

Besides that, I stand in a double X (QLX-22) super stable at Quik-Lok, but it still moves a little (very little but still). With the K & M 18950, you can feel the difference. It is as stable as a piano in fact;)

The price is high, but well worth it. I put the extension for a second keyboard, and boom microphone (history to save floor space in my studio).

If I still need......
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I bought this stand last week. I had that stands in X, and there is a real improvement. No more bumping your legs ...

For stability: it does not move a millimeter. I've been a Roland Fantom X6, and an Alesis Ion on the support as an option. Even if you do not have heavy keyboard 88 keys, I find it interesting.

Besides that, I stand in a double X (QLX-22) super stable at Quik-Lok, but it still moves a little (very little but still). With the K & M 18950, you can feel the difference. It is as stable as a piano in fact;)

The price is high, but well worth it. I put the extension for a second keyboard, and boom microphone (history to save floor space in my studio).

If I still need an extra stand in my studio, I would buy one. To make the scene, I would choose a more portable.
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Poupoun69Poupoun69

König & Meyer 18950Published on 12/05/07 at 14:15
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- I use it for 6 months.
- I love its stability and setting options (you can adjust the width, depth, and to extend the second keyboard, depth and height). The space that is to put a foot pedal and even MIDI. Extensions available options are very interesting.
- I like least its design could be improved (for adjusting the height of the feet)
- I tried quite a few models, but stability, it can really be only 4 feet, it does not move!
- Value / price wrong in France, just in Germany ... Even if it is in the 100-120 € in Germany, I think the build quality and reliability of the product justifies the price, however, € 150 in France I find it too expensive.
- I would not change it......
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- I use it for 6 months.
- I love its stability and setting options (you can adjust the width, depth, and to extend the second keyboard, depth and height). The space that is to put a foot pedal and even MIDI. Extensions available options are very interesting.
- I like least its design could be improved (for adjusting the height of the feet)
- I tried quite a few models, but stability, it can really be only 4 feet, it does not move!
- Value / price wrong in France, just in Germany ... Even if it is in the 100-120 € in Germany, I think the build quality and reliability of the product justifies the price, however, € 150 in France I find it too expensive.
- I would not change it for the world to stand, I have enough time to find a good one.
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  • Manufacturer: König & Meyer
  • Model: 18950
  • Category: Keyboard Stands
  • Added in our database on: 12/06/2006

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