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  • I should have started with him!

    Ultimate Support APEX AX-48Published on 12/13/12 at 14:10
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Few days of use forceful enough

    I had X supports with double support RTX strong, but ugly and not practical for installation disassembly ...

    I came across an ad on lebonc ... at a price completely broken. I immediately called to take and this is happiness!!!!!!

    first: 40 seconds to assemble or disassemble clock!! the weight is very acceptable and the whole is not bulky

    then, everything is concealable and collapsible structure in, portable with a handle, it is clever, discreet, it is well thought out.

    I put two keyboards of the 90s, making each about 15 kilograms, a little worried, I was immediately reassured by the stability and especially the fact that it does not move......
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    Few days of use forceful enough

    I had X supports with double support RTX strong, but ugly and not practical for installation disassembly ...

    I came across an ad on lebonc ... at a price completely broken. I immediately called to take and this is happiness!!!!!!

    first: 40 seconds to assemble or disassemble clock!! the weight is very acceptable and the whole is not bulky

    then, everything is concealable and collapsible structure in, portable with a handle, it is clever, discreet, it is well thought out.

    I put two keyboards of the 90s, making each about 15 kilograms, a little worried, I was immediately reassured by the stability and especially the fact that it does not move even with a dynamic game.

    cables are cleverly attached in clips along the structure, it is finished.

    the best is the possibility of extension support, adding additional arms and other options available

    Obviously, I do not think that putting a heavy keyboard is ideal. It is especially important to position the keyboard up to get a correct center of gravity.

    Anyway, I'm happy to have FINALLY found support PRO and BEAUTIFUL
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  • Ultimate Support APEX AX-48Published on 09/29/04 at 19:03
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    Deadly!
    One of the best stands for scne keyboard (with rituximab).
    Solid, easy storage and trs Aesthetics!
    Depeche Mode used by the World Violation Tour turns ... Class!
    (And the video for March of the Pigs Nine Inch Nails)
    Also available in gray metal.
    Good qualitprix.
  • Ultimate Support APEX AX-48Published on 06/15/05 at 00:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 2 months and I do not really regret it! Convenient to transport, quick installation ... and more beautiful! ideally in concert. on the other hand, a cover will quickly help: the ultimate Apex is susceptible to scratches ...
  • Anonymous

    Ultimate Support APEX AX-48Published on 11/22/06 at 12:02
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just got it for use with a Triton Extreme 76
    and a fantom X8! very disappointing result! Yet the model for
    Heavy keyboard! (AX48B more) is very unstable during the game, either standing
    or sitting. Nothing beats a good old rtx, I do not doubt referrer
    this choice for this type of keyboards! He has a good look and practicality for
    storage but that's it!
  • Ultimate Support APEX AX-48Published on 02/01/07 at 14:11
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    This is certainly the best foot of synth that exists! trs solid, high quality manufacturing and a Ingala Aesthetics. It is up / disassemble very easy.
    Nothing to do with all that can exist as other synths stands, the stands also guarantee its Ultimate LIFE (just).

    So I bought a second black and I have my virtual X and other old stands forever!
    There is also an option to attach a boom microphone on the mat, it's just gnial!

    Amlioration only my opinion, CRER a deeper groove in the mat and spend most of cable:
    1 = 2 synth mono audio cables at least two midi + + power supply = 5 cables
    2 = 10 synths Cables, began to
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