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Sonic Fiber Studio Monitor Clamp Stand V2

Sonic Fiber Studio Monitor Clamp Stand V2

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This is the second generation of Sonic Fiber’s Studio Monitor Clamp Stands, and with it comes some key updates that improve stability and convenience. A larger desk clamp section and thicker padding mean that both your monitors and your desk will be safe and supported during use Read More

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Terrible quality control, and just generally not a good product.
I own a similar clamp speaker set from a different company (Gator), and I needed a second set. From the specs, it looks like it should meet or exceed the set I currently have. I was mostly interested in the fact that the platform can be mounted at different offsets, which means I can have my desk closer to the wall compared to my current set that does not have any adjustments. Unboxing these, I was surprised at how scuffed up / scratched, sharp (edges - on the plastic knobs and various metal pieces), and even rusted, these were. But - I needed that offset feature, so I continued with the installation. Upon completion, I placed my 17lb speakers on them. The shelf can be tilted, and there is a knob one can tighten to keep the shelf in place once it is at the desired angle.... but once the speakers were installed, it tilted to it's max angle. The knobs were not strong enough keep a 17lb speaker flat. The speaker stand itself wobbled. It was not sturdy, and I would defintely not trust anything heavier than 5lbs on it. Also, if I were to directly compare this product with the version I already have...it is basically a clone, but with everything is of worse quality. The metal itself was lighter and thinner. The base is smaller. The hardware were of poorer quality - smaller nuts / bolts, the plastic is hard and sharp compared to my other set with much beefier hardware and soft touch plastics. And the thing that matters most - my other set actually works. It's solid - slight wobble if I intentionally shake my desk - shelf stays at the angle I set it - and I'm not afraid of my speakers crashing down and potentially damaging itself and my desk / keyboard. Avoid this product.
Recommends this product? No
petraman
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Dec 27, 2022
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60 lbs weight limit? Yeah... right
My 25lb bookshelves were too much for it. The stand did not feel stable and the tilt mechanism did not hold them at the set angle, no matter how much I tighten the plastic screw. I don't trust them holding my speakers, so I guess I'll repurpose them for lighter duty since I stupidly threw away the packaging... :edit: I roughed up the anodizing where the plastic screw contacts the metal pivot bracket, added a metal washer, and it seems to hold now. Definitely not worth the $70, but I'll bump them up to 2.5 stars (rounded up) since I got them to work.
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Recommends this product? No
petramanWe are sorry to hear that you were disappointed with your stand. Thank you for providing your feedback and we will forward it to the appropriate team. If you believe the item to be defective, please do contact us at drop.com/support for assistance.
Dabe
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Aug 7, 2023
petramanthanks for the heads up!
roflryan
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Dec 23, 2022
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Frustratingly Mediocre.
The major flaw here is that the tilt adjustment is tightened with a plastic hand screw. You’ll probably break it before getting it tight enough to really lock it down. That is a shame because the height adjustment is actually pretty nice. There is a large confidence-inspiring security pin that prevents the platform from dropping vertically which encourages you to bring your tweeters right up to ear level, but as I mentioned, you probably won’t be able to keep the speakers flat and level, so they’ll wind up aiming down at your chest. I disassembled these stands completely looking for any way to prevent this and wound up with a DIY solution of placing wood shims in the gap between the platform and support column to minimize the potential tilt angle to within just a few degrees. The manufacturer should have machined the holes in this column such that the rod could be inverted or otherwise fitted into a configuration without the tilt feature. Further, there are QC issues. Both of my support platforms arrived with decently sized and easily noticeable scratches (gashes really) across the top surface. Even for the discounted price, I’d bet there are better options available elsewhere.
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petraman
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Dec 29, 2022
roflryanIf you want more adjustment, try roughing up the anodizing on the metal pivot brackets (I used 80 grit sandpaper) and add a metal washer between the plastic screw and bracket. Worked for me! Still regret paying $70 for these things...
woody.shin
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Oct 31, 2021
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