Auray TMS-135 - Studio Monitor Stands (Pair)
Score By Feature
OveReview Final Score
Questions & Answers
There is no issue with fit or stability of the JBL LSR308 8inch monitors I have. They fit well.
Selected User Reviews For Auray TMS-135 - Studio Monitor Stands (Pair)
In the last two months, I have bought two of these monitor stands. The assembly wasn't as simple as it could As you can imagine, connecting the telescopic pole that extends upward was not easy. It was not clear how to install the extended pole inside the base or how to connect it. This was something I had to figure out for myself. In general, the product is great.
There is a lot of noise, but it could be made more sturdy. After all, you get what you pay for, don't you? The center of these stands are a little wobbly - the middle is a little wavy It's just a shame that the pole mounts in such a way that it makes it pretty fragile - yet they were much cheaper than sturdier alternatives, and there were no noticeable noises (which was what I most worried about). At the end of the day, they will probably be enough for my For example, your monitor may not be functioning if your home is a cat or kid-free zone There is a possibility that stands will get bumped - It might be a good idea to invest in something more sturdy.
This is exactly what I have been looking for.
The set up and assembly process is quite simple. The design is about as stable as it can be. The product does what it has been designed to do well.
There were no surprises here, just straight-forward My setup was able to build this because it was easy to assemble. Excellent. I was looking for something like this.
A durable product.
There is a problem with the top when assembled These stands are poorly made, my Yamaha HS7 will tilt when the top of the stand is loaded. I do not trust the standing for my speakers.
With half the price of most competitors, this is a great choice.