Stagg SPS2LIS T-Bar Lighting Extension for Speaker Stand
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A set of ELX 15's are in my possession. The pants fit, but they are a lot heavier than they should be. It must have escaped me that 44 pounds were the capacity. I am not aware of any 15inch powered speakers at that weight, and, in addition, you need to add the lightning. It has real limitations, as I found out when I set it up. The weight limit is 44 pounds, but I do not recommend pushing any further than that.
It's too heavy to count the weight of the speaker, but I'm fairly certain it would be 44 pounds if balanced evenly. On each of my two stands, I run three fixtures 2 Chauvet ColorPalettes and a Slimpar 56 on one, and 1 ColorPalette, a Slimpar 56, and a Swarm4 FX on the other. The only success I have had has been with them so far. In addition, one tip I would add is to put the speaker on the stand only after the lights and all other items are in place. The stand can then be raised much more easily than trying to lift it with a rack of lights and a speaker weighing around 30 pounds.
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The QSC K10 provided the perfect solution for this. The Chauvet GigBAR 2 may also be paired with the GigBAR During my first couple of uses, I found the setup to be fine. As time passed, it began to lean to the side. Every time I used it, the problem continued to worsen. A good lighting system should reflect aesthetics, and this one no longer does. have used it for about 10 times now, and it has stopped working. A K10 is equal to the weight of the entire package. A GigBAR of 46 and a PBAR of 2. The weight of the package is four pounds. Despite this, I was under the recommended weight of 44 pounds because I subtracted the weight of the Stagg crossbar.
A thoughtful design, made with high quality materials, is apparent in these brackets. My stand fits snugly on them, but I still have space for a skirt loop to fit on top. There is a nice balance to them, and they don't feel We had them set up with EV ZLX 15's and there was still plenty of room for extensions In addition to the four lights on top, I am likely going to run two more fixtures on the bottom (at the corners) as well. There are velcro straps that allow the plug to be attached. Honestly, I am unsure why they manufactured this light to fold down because the lights bump into each other too often for this to be advantageous. If they had put a little more thought into the design, they might have included more holes so that the t bar arms could rise or angle. You may also want to consider a locking pin because carrying them encourages the pin to fall out, making everything.
My interest was immediately piqued when I saw another DJ possess this on Facebook. As of now, I have used it on four gigs so far and it's great. Is very easy to use, saves a lot of space, and saves a lot of time. If needed, you can take it apart for easy packing if necessary. For me, I take the crossbar off the top and place my gig bar 2 on there with zero issues.
The reason it bent when others used it is an enigma, but I have never experienced a problem with it. QSC is used to calculate K The two gigbars are 12 and 2.
It would be nice to be able to purchase just the C-shape portion of this in the future, since I already own a lighting bar I wanted to use. Although I am not impressed with the design, I think it could be improved a bit. As a result, the light works as advertised and is able to stabilize my speakers. The light stand will not need to be moved since it is a tall, lightweight one.
It's a great idea, but needs a support arrangement A little shimming got it upright, and then we put some shims on it. Those problems have to be fixed before I buy.