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The Proline tripod speaker stand features a center steel shaft for maximum support and an aluminum body for lighter weight. Locking pins are included for extra safety. 150-lb. capacity. Fits 1.375" or... Read More

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The Proline tripod speaker stand features a center steel shaft for maximum support and an aluminum body for lighter weight. Locking pins are included for extra safety. 150-lb. capacity. Fits 1.375" or 1.5" speaker mounts. Height adjusts from 45"-73".

Features
  • Tripod speaker stand
  • Center steel shaft
  • Aluminum body
  • Locking pins
  • 150-lb. capacity
  • Fits 1.375" or 1.5" speaker mounts
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ProLineLST2BK Speaker Stand
 
3.9

(based on 19 reviews)

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    (11)

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Great stands

You can't go wrong with these stands especially if your a mobile DJ like myself. The locking pin provides extra security for your speakers which is a big plus!! Why spend extra...Read complete review

You can't go wrong with these stands especially if your a mobile DJ like myself. The locking pin provides extra security for your speakers which is a big plus!! Why spend extra $$$ on stands when you don't have to?

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Careful with gorilla grip.

I like these stands, but they are not durable. The collars will split if you have a buddy with strong hands tighten them. On the riser it means the pin is the only...Read complete review

I like these stands, but they are not durable. The collars will split if you have a buddy with strong hands tighten them. On the riser it means the pin is the only thing holding it in place. On the base, the weight of the speaker and the friction of the floor is it, and if you move the stand/speaker the base starts to collapse inward. Pro... NO! Hobby, especially if you are careful and don't let anyone else adjust them you have a good product.

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4.0

Great Stand

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from WIsconsin

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Portable
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

    Recently purchased this speaker stand and it works great for my Kustom Pa50 speaker. I have it set up in my practice space which is carpeted and accidently bumped the stand and didnt even move an inch so its pretty sturdy for my use i like how it adjust from so low to high i have it set about 6 foot high so the speaker is right at head level or above makes a big difference and it seems to make the speaker fill the room more like the saftey pin feature so the pole does not fall only issue i can see is if plastic knobs are over tightened it make break but tighten them till the knobs feel a little tight then snug a little bit more over all a great product and with the three year warranty i think if anything does happen i know i can get it replaced with not much pain involve, just over 40 bucks i feel its a great product for the aspiring musician

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    3.0

    Clamp replacement; fixing the weak part of the stand

    By 

    from Frederick, MD

    Pros

    • Light Inexpensive

    Cons

    • Weak Clamp

    Best Uses

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I purchased a pair of these speaker stands used and one of the clamps was broken. As others have noted, replacement clamps are not available from the manufacturer. After researching, I found a close fit to be from Ultimate Support (Telescoping Collar Kit# 15359) for less than $9 at parts-express. The top clamp is a perfect fit but the bottom clamp is 1 5/8" as opposed to the 1 ½" tube on the Proline stand. To achieve a firm/reliable fit, I cut a piece of 0.070 thick vinyl floor covering (0.900" wide x 5" long), heated it with a hair dryer and formed it into the bottom opening of the clamp. Installing it on the bottom tube of the stand took some care but worked great; it tightened up and made a really secure fit. Of course, the top tube slid right down into the top clamp and tightened up as well. I feel pretty confident in this clamp as a replacement; it is used on the Ultimate Support TS70B stand rated at 150# load capacity.

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      3.0

      Not for those that care about quality...

      By 

      from Seattle, WA

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I have used these for almost 2 years and they always supported my old Peavey Speakers. Unfortunately, I have had to trade them in a few times because of broken, stripped knobs, etc. I now own two QSC K12's and used them for three gigs this past week. I am 100% not comfortable that these stands accurately support my very expensive speakers. Even below the maximum line, it felt like it would have taken one slight tap or one gust of wind to knock these puppies over. If you don't have expensive speakers and you can replace them easily, these aren't bad stands. But I am going to have to upgrade mine this week before my next set of gigs. "If you want the best, you've got to pay for it".

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      5.0

      Great Stand

      By 

      from Winchester, VA

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I ordered this stand as the older Ultimate Stands I have were just too tall for my basement room. This stand worked perfectly. The basic height is lower than the Ultimate stand and it does allow me to put my cabinets on them. Seems sturdy enough for the weight. Great product!

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      5.0

      Great speaker stands!

      By 

      from Phoenix, AZ

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I own two 15" powered speakers and these stands do an excellent job holding them up! Of course, do not allow anybody else but yourself to handle and operate them. Have used them numerous times and haven't had any trouble!

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      1.0

      Spend The Extra Money To Protect Your Investment

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      from Atlanta, GA

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      The title says it all. After using the stands four times the locking collar split in half like the other poster's mentioned. The material is very cheap. If you have $500 speakers sitting on a $30 stand, you deserve what you get. Spend the extra money and protect your investment.

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      1.0

      !!! Don't Buy ProLine !!!

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      from Temecula, CA

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I own 5 sets of these stands (as well as several mic stands). They all have common problems. They use a special "thin-walled" nut that is recessed in the tightening collar that easily comes out and gets lost. ProLine claims that these stands are guaranteed but their website has no telephone numbers and they will not respond to emails that I have sent to EVERY email address on their website for the past TWO MONTHS! I would be happy to pay for a couple dozen of these nuts to have on-hand but this company is too unprofessional to respond to their consumers. (BTW: Guitar Center customer service is always excellent but they are limited in what they can do with this issue) AVOID PROLINE PRODUCTS!!!

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      2.0

      Plastic doesn't work well in colder states

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      from Detroit, MI

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      The stands are not bad for the price, however, I have snapped the plastic pieces with little pressure applied. I brough them in from outside...30 degrees...and started to tighten them and they just snapped. I took them back and they gave me a new pair...cool...but these have also snapped.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great stands for the money

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      from Taylorsville NC

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I have 2 sets, They work great, As everyone says I'm not a fan of the plastic hardware, But for what they cost, I've used them for a while with no problems.

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      (15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

       
      2.0

      Careful with gorilla grip.

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      from Inver Grove Heights, MN

      Comments about ProLine LST2BK Speaker Stand:

      I like these stands, but they are not durable. The collars will split if you have a buddy with strong hands tighten them. On the riser it means the pin is the only thing holding it in place. On the base, the weight of the speaker and the friction of the floor is it, and if you move the stand/speaker the base starts to collapse inward. Pro... NO! Hobby, especially if you are careful and don't let anyone else adjust them you have a good product.

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