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  • TyphaTypha

    Very good report Q / P

    Millenium KS-3000SPublished on 07/30/14 at 03:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Purchased in October 2012 for € 68
    Before I used feet X
    Some balan if heavy keyboard YAMAHA 9000 PRO (not too bad)
    but with a KORG TR76 or ROLAND D70 KORG X50 down and top all is well.
    Takes up little space for transport and on small stages.
    Easy to deploy. Boom mic super convenient.
    Finally a modern look, you can play up.
    I had to make a small wooden plaque that passes over the foot pedals.
    If not before too close and too far behind!
    I have not seen a big difference in manufacturing
    with Ultimate APEX AX-48 Pro worth € 179.
    If you need to add € 38 for the microphone stand adapter bracket!
  • TyphaTypha

    Very good compromise at Low Prices

    Millenium KS-3000SPublished on 11/28/14 at 09:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Used for 2 years with different keyboards.
    With YAMAHA 9000 PRO HD is pretty heavy there may be some balan, but nothing serious.
    on the other hand with KORK TR76, X50 more micro Pied no concern, but really none!
    In addition to 3 feet you have to think down the timing leg in front (towards musician)
    See attached photo
    Good conveniently carry.
  • PepsijeromePepsijerome

    For home or scene is great.

    Millenium KS-3000SPublished on 06/30/14 at 11:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello there,

    I use this stand for about 1 year.
    It is very convenient.
    Before I had support and I find the X KS3000 more convenient.
    Level stability it goes very well, I have a Studiologic Acuna 88 and a Yamaha MX49 that I replaced with a Motif ES 6.
    I would like Millenium sort of extension to add a third keyboard, to put a small keyboard (Microkorg, mininova etc)
    The value for money is very good because it is the price of a good support RTX dual strong.
    The only downside is put through the pedals but its going well.
    I would do the same choice as such stands in another brand are far too expensive.
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    Hello there,

    I use this stand for about 1 year.
    It is very convenient.
    Before I had support and I find the X KS3000 more convenient.
    Level stability it goes very well, I have a Studiologic Acuna 88 and a Yamaha MX49 that I replaced with a Motif ES 6.
    I would like Millenium sort of extension to add a third keyboard, to put a small keyboard (Microkorg, mininova etc)
    The value for money is very good because it is the price of a good support RTX dual strong.
    The only downside is put through the pedals but its going well.
    I would do the same choice as such stands in another brand are far too expensive.
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  • alcoolsalcools

    I recommend!

    Millenium KS-3000SPublished on 01/25/13 at 00:50
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Having several feet synth (X with extension, and currently still using K & M Spider Pro), I needed a dual stand by with me more than the studio again. By reading reviews, I thought it might be taking the place of my Spider weighs his weight while traveling, and integrated handful seemed practical.

    In practice: Used with Clavia Modular G2X (7kg) and a Mopho X4 (5kg)
    - On foot, it is far from overturning, bringueballe around as soon as you play, so as synths. However, mine are neither long nor heavy!
    - Bras really not deep (beyond my synhés arms while they are far from deep)
    - The carrying handle is rotten and loose without stopping (well for 3 days because one of the legs broke afte…
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    Having several feet synth (X with extension, and currently still using K & M Spider Pro), I needed a dual stand by with me more than the studio again. By reading reviews, I thought it might be taking the place of my Spider weighs his weight while traveling, and integrated handful seemed practical.

    In practice: Used with Clavia Modular G2X (7kg) and a Mopho X4 (5kg)
    - On foot, it is far from overturning, bringueballe around as soon as you play, so as synths. However, mine are neither long nor heavy!
    - Bras really not deep (beyond my synhés arms while they are far from deep)
    - The carrying handle is rotten and loose without stopping (well for 3 days because one of the legs broke after 4 transport!).
    - Open System / Storage foot faster than the spider pro
    - Attach boomarm better bill than the Spyder (visually anyway)

    The first playoff point is really for me so I recommend that foot.
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  • studio2recordsstudio2records

    Great!

    Millenium KS-3000SPublished on 11/04/11 at 11:56
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    After several DIY attempts and purchases of synth leg extensions I turned to this compact model at a very affordable price.
    Compact, fully foldable, with integrated cable entry.
    The +:
    - Excellent price
    - Compact with retractable feet
    - "Beautiful" but it's subjective!
    - Easy to adjust
    The -:
    -?? may be missing a protective cover ... but at this price ...
    Unbeatable value for money compared to the competition (prices ranging from 150 to 350 euros!)
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