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RTX MSN

Music Stand from RTX .

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Jeg FolayJeg Folay

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RTX MSNPublished on 06/20/13 at 07:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Preamble: I crack myself a little comment because it is impossible to get any information about this product: no website for the brand, no information on the sites of musical instruments online, nothing on AF ( before now, what).
Note: This device is also called "Stand RTX Lyre" on certain sites.

It is a device: there is no need for an infinite time to test it. So I tried it at home and in concert.

Advantages:
- It folds well (he returned to music in my bag, so about 50 cm long with a diameter of 4 cm)
- Carrying bag comes,
- It is not very heavy (less than 2 kg I would say)
- Support partitions is large (about 50 cm wide and 30 high) to spread (almost) 3 pages in...…
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Preamble: I crack myself a little comment because it is impossible to get any information about this product: no website for the brand, no information on the sites of musical instruments online, nothing on AF ( before now, what).
Note: This device is also called "Stand RTX Lyre" on certain sites.

It is a device: there is no need for an infinite time to test it. So I tried it at home and in concert.

Advantages:
- It folds well (he returned to music in my bag, so about 50 cm long with a diameter of 4 cm)
- Carrying bag comes,
- It is not very heavy (less than 2 kg I would say)
- Support partitions is large (about 50 cm wide and 30 high) to spread (almost) 3 pages in portrait, it has small rods keeping scores and folds in two movements.

Disadvantages:
- The bag is lightweight, but it might be expected,
- It's too much of wheels (4) to turn my mind to install or fold, but I think it is the counterpart of the compact form,
- The tubes are small (for the weight and bulk, I guess), suddenly the overall stability is poor, and there is danger of falling scores in the first shock, and / or if the book is too big ,
- Corollary: I think that we should not get too much if you take to keep in one piece.

I was not too convinced by this model that I bought online, without trying it first. In fact, it is equivalent in Hercules I matais (3 times the price at the same time), but no French store not wanting me to order ("Yeah it is the supplier's catalog, but you're sure you want one there? Additionally with this provider, takes at least 4-5 weeks to get it ... You prefer not * my dung number so that not even look like him *? "authentic), I changed my rifle the shoulder.

So, the quality / price is right for a travel desk that folds well and is not too heavy, but I do not have that choice.
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  • Manufacturer: RTX
  • Model: MSN
  • Category: Music Stands
  • Added in our database on: 08/30/2003

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