Millenium Desktop Monitor Stand DM2

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Table Stand for Monitor Speakers

  • Plate dimensions: 23 x 23 cm
  • Base plate: 24 x 24 cm
  • Continuously adjustable in height from 30-51 cm
  • Maximum load capacity: 10 kg
  • Weight: 1.7 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Price per piece
available since November 2017
Item number 417790
sales unit 1 piece(s)
185 kr
Plus kr200 shipping
Since we ship from Germany, additional costs through taxes and customs may be incurred
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Attractive, Stable, Small footprint
zoki665 11.01.2022
I purchased these for my Adam A7Xs to bring them up to the appropriate ear level for mixing whereas I previously had them sitting on the desk angled upwards (eek!)

Pros:
- Despite a brief, heart-wrenching wobble of the monitor if you prod it, the stand is actually very stable
- Aesthetically pleasing and minimal design
- Affords some extra desk space by allowing things to be placed on the base and under the speakers
- The foam pads on the top platform mean the monitors will sit comfortably in place

Cons:
- The only negative aspect is the 30cm minimum height, which I found too high for my setup. I made some desk/chair adjustments, however I was aware of this before purchase and prepared to make some concessions.

Overall I'm really satisfied with these stands and, if you're in agreement with the above, I'm sure you will be too!
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Great but get the DM1 if your setup allows it.
Slakin 11.11.2021
I got both and while they're both quality, the DM2 start at an height of 30 cm while these start at 25, which, depending on the size of your monitors, might be a huge deal. Another thing to take into account is that if your desk is on the smaller side, only half of the monitor technically sits on the desk with the DM1 and you don't have to deal with a huge metal plate around the base. These are fantastic in both versions though.
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They are fine.
danikkrylo 07.01.2022
They are fine, but could be a little bit better.
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Good product
Wutwutwut 25.03.2020
I bought them to use on a home-studio studio table with my ADAMs A5X. Used for a couple of months now.

Pros:
Durable, stable enough (I still suggest you shouldn't try to rock them, to all - there's a limit). The metal is good, the padding for both surfaces is okay, the monitors and stands themselves don't slide at all. Pretty easy to put them together.

Cons:
They can't be set up lower than 30cm, as the description says. To some it may be the key moment in the decision if you need them.
!! Measure the height you need before you buy (practically any) monitor stands !!

Conclusion: good reliable product unless you need something extra, to survive like a earthquake or a party or smth. But in that case you shouldn't look at anything that's not bolted to the wall. or the floor.
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