[[KeywordSearchInputContent]]

Free shipping to home or store

Narrow By
DR Pro

DR Pro Stand


Results 1-1 of 1
  • 1
  • of
  • 1
  • of
  • 1

DR Pro stands make professional-level quality accessible to any musician or studio engineer. Whether you're a hobbyist setting up your first home studio or a seasoned industry veteran looking for a simple, functional new stand, you'll be all set with DR Pro holding up your mic, monitors or laptop. These stands are all about keeping things just where you want them—no unneeded frills; just reliable construction.

For your microphones, you have your choice from several easy-to-transport tripod stands. DR Pro makes full-height and low-profile boom stands on three legs, giving you the option of standing a mic on the floor or on a raised surface depending on what suits your needs. There are also quick-release stands with tripod or round bases to customize your stage or studio the way you prefer.

DR Pro's collapsible speaker stand, the DR750, uses a tripod design as well. With a capacity of 750 pounds, this stand is more than strong enough to support virtually any PA speaker cabinet with a 1-1/2" or 1-3/8" mounting point. For the studio, you'll want to consider the black or maple-finished wooden monitor stands. These have sealed hollow centers, allowing you to add sand or shot fill to provide a totally vibration-free mounting point for your studio monitors.

If you're a DJ or if you want to maximize space in a compact studio, another good suggestion is the DR Pro DJ Laptop Stand. Fully adjustable, it can be used free-standing or clamped to your road case or table. This stand is not just for laptops, either—you can also use it for a mixer, scratch pad, lighting controller, effects unit, interface or any other piece of equipment that needs an efficient home in your setup.

Naturally, having everything positioned in the ideal place is an important part of any live or studio performance. Thanks to DR Pro's durable assortment of stands, it's easy to get everything set up and ready to go in time for your next recording session or gig.