König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro

König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro

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18860 Spider Pro, Stand & Rack from König & Meyer.

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König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: König & Meyer
  • Model: 18860 Spider Pro
  • Category: Stands & Racks
  • Added in our database on: 09/09/2006

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König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %

Arkonis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro
Foot of a high stability much better than the ultimates. We have room for the pedals, montdmont in 1 minute. Withstands the weight of two keyboards 76 notes. Only small BMOL: the arm MRIT have a better finish, some spices have gadget, and only time will tell me if a reliable big scnique use.
Edit of 07/01/2008:

After a few months of intensive use of scne, and countless
assembly / disassembly, this foot is absolutely great! I recommend it hsitation,
I had the great torture of scne in transport, it is reliable as the first day.

To buy without fear.
Edit of 16/05/2011:

APRS several years of use, feet torture many times plibr /> IDPD and is still functional. He is about fifty concerts a year, and I'm not prt of me spare. Really patant such Longva.

alcools's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro
I use it for 2 years, first with a CLAVIA NORD STAGE 88 (88T and 18 kg). It n'tait not as stable with my old ATX foot, but does not prevent cell to play (at least for what I do: rock with organ sounds or synths) - It is true that to play the piano parts nuances well, maybe it vibrates too much ...

However, I am now with a Clavia Nord Stage Compact (73 keys and 7 kg) + a Clavia Nord Modular G2 (6 kg) and goes perfectly, there is no vibration female teachers (the keyboard Yuri and less is less to the collection's outdoor center of gravity. So may be deprecated in the piano 88 keys, but counsel for the other.

In any case, beautiful foot, with cable so that the public does not benefit, room for the feet and the pedals and a very easy storage that does not seat during transport.

There is an attachment at the top for hanging including a boom arm, but beware: The vibrations sent by the keyboard playing back in the boom and microphone. I bought an elastic suspension to isolate my mic but it goes a little longer. It is not dramatic for me, but dernire a sound a little more pro than mine, this "dtail" sound could be detrimental I think.

It's expensive my taste, but this little toy I like despite its default and I would do the same choice

alcools's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro
I have the black version. The Difference a SPIDER non pro is that the PRO has an attachment at the top to screw something (boom-type or whatever you want). Before I had a BABY Spider Pro silent but very much moved with my NORD STAGE 88 (20 Kg). With my new SPIDER PRO, I have a NORD STAGE COMPACT (9 kg) and a Nord Modular (5 K) - see photo, c mine - and the whole is trs stable, better than the "baby ". Having a 73 fullsize keys plays surment much diffrence but the weight should help the Spider normal which is heavier.

For those who want to use a boom microphone, I prcise it is better not to have a keyboard with touch as the heavy hitting drumming of heavy touching going on in the structure and returns the blow into the microphone). I put a microphone to my suspensiion attnuer This lightweight keyboard is adequate, but still too noisy keyboard heavy.

Otherwise, trs beautiful foot, I recommend black (the cables are based in like a) space for the legs and pedals, cable ties. The SETTING THE height are in millimeter. Be careful, this foot is fragile at the end (the location where you can put a boom arm as I made myself even): Although the dballe before the delivery driver when you receive it!
Jeremy R12/09/2010

Jeremy R's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Heavy and expensive, but awesome"

König & Meyer 18860 Spider Pro
I have so far made 2 concerts. The deployment system of the foot is really wonderful, it always surprises and it makes a good impression on stage.

I have different models, the K & M 18950, with 4 foot extension legs and 2nd keyboard ... super pro, but I leave the studio. I have a Quik-Lok Double X that I no longer use the pit-type "ironing board" have become a bit cheesy.

Lastly it is especially the practical side I decided to use the Spider Pro, but on stage, the look has something to say.

I use the K & M boom mic (again. .. I like this brand!) Which was hooked to 18,950, in fact it can be "boom" when the vibrations pass to the microphone, but a low-cut filter is its Office for these problems.

This stand is expensive ... It is very heavy, in its case the weight is not balanced, so painful to carry with one hand, but I use to store the canister as the boom microphone ... Despite these "flaws", it is worth seeing. Sounds super strong so far. No regrets.

I made money because he was matched with my Roland Fantom X This is my only regret. I usually prefer the dark, I should take myself. But I think I was afraid that the inscription along the base is too blatant in white on black.


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