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Sonic Fiber SF-SMCS Studio Monitor Desk Clamps
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$90

Sonic Fiber SF-SMCS Studio Monitor Desk Clamps

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For laptops, display screens, and studio monitors, stands are a great way to achieve perfect placement. However, not everyone has the room to accommodate them Read More

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SillySnarf
0
Mar 29, 2021
Two weeks past estimated ship by date and no change in order status - any updates?
pressganey
47
Feb 17, 2021
my concern would be the lack of decoupling from the desk. You still need some isoacoustic stands on top of these otherwise they are just risers without enough density to decouple.
tayezmlae
0
Feb 15, 2021
that make sense vid.. ..
jswagner
50
Feb 15, 2021
I ordered these directly from SonicFiber.com because it was a few bucks cheaper. Arrived with a dent in the box and each of the plates were scraped up. The stands use a loose hunk of plastic to press against the rod to keep the vertical position, one had gone missing. I asked SonicFiber.com how to proceed and after a week they sent me a tracking number for the RMA. After another week, I noticed the track number never moved, so I asked what was going on. They said "Due to an issue with UPS not scanning the item on pickup" (meaning: it was never sent; they probably created a tracking number hoping I'd just forget about it and go away), they had to send me another set. This finally arrived. They're not nice looking or particularly sturdy. They wobble around as I type. I don't know what makes this worth their price, they don't feel like $100 stands. I'd look for a better solution.
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lamaglama
1
Jan 8, 2021
Can you please add more pictures? I can't seem to find any online. I would specifically like a side profile picture of the entire thing.
nimixxx
5
Jan 8, 2021
Interesting. I previously purchased a set of the Gator Frameworks clamps, which have the same dimensions. The major difference here is the lip is on the short side rather than the long side, which would allow you to angle a larger speaker more safely. They are about 3/4 too narrow to support my 8 inch monitors (Yamaha HS8), but because of the lip you could have a little overhang safely - probably. I'll likely wait for the second drop, if there is one.
MechEng
341
Feb 15, 2021
nimixxxI bought Gator framworks clamps on sweetwater, thanks for the tip. Yea might have been best for gator to do the same with the lips, no sure why. I have heard negative things about side placing monitors.
MechEng
341
Jan 7, 2021
These really don't position the speakers far off the table, thought, literally 4.5 in if your speakers are square on, otherwise when speakers are angled you just acquire some room underneath by 4 - 10 inches.
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algleymi24
1
Jan 6, 2021
Damn. Would've bought these instead of the other ones.
PhilTheKnifeGuy
Jan 6, 2021
Hey Drop! How about some photos showing these IN USE?
PhilTheKnifeGuy
Feb 15, 2021
Well that’s the problem. I might buy them if I could see them in use, but I’m not gonna buy them if I cannot see them. Especially with several questionable reviews. #piginapoke
RayF
22320
Feb 15, 2021
PhilTheKnifeGuy You have to find them elsewhere, then come back. That’s how it is around here.
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