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Xbox 360 Kinect Floor Stand

by PDP
Platform : Xbox 360
4 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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  • Ideal solution for users without a tripod
  • Supports the Kinect Camera on hard or carpeted floors
  • Mounts Kinect Camera at ideal height for play
  • Officially licensed by Microsoft
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Product Description

The Kinect Floor Stand is the ideal solution for users without their own tripods. This sturdy, weighted stand supports the Kinect camera on hard or carpeted floors. The camera mounts on at the ideal height for play. The Kinect Floor Stand is perfect for users with large living rooms or those just seeking an easily stored solution.

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0040Y3KHC
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 9.6 x 11.6 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 1, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,003 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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First things first. Looking at the larger picture of the stand it gives the illusion that it is adjustable. After researching forums before my purchase I found out that it not adjustable, despite the ring in the middle that makes it look adjustable it is not. Even the people at the store I purchased it (a certain game store) at said it was adjustable from looking at the picture, and I had to tell them I read that it wasn't. I can confirm that, because I just assembled it. In the product description it fails to tell you what the dimensions are, it is 24 inches tall. Which puts you in minimum height level for the sensor. Next it is made out of plastic, it feels durable, but I haven't had anyone bump into it yet, it is basically 2 pvc pipes put together. Once you pick up the small box it comes in you can immediately tell from the weight it isn't make out of metal. However now that I think of it, if it was made of metal and it does fall to the ground the sensor would hit the ground harder because of the weight. Maybe plastic would be better. Not sure. So with all this being said why did I rate it 4 stars when it seems like it is all I've talked about is cons.

I rate it high because I knew all these cons before purchasing (with research). I have a 73 inch Mitsubishi DLP and it is on the manufacturer stand in a very large room. The kinect requires you to be about 6 feet from the TV, which is too close with a TV this large (also which happens to be right below my ceiling fan). This stand allows me to move it a couple of feet in front of TV (and away from the fan), and put me in the sweet spot for viewing and playing. It is ideal for large TV's in a big room (it says this in the box).
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This is a screw together assembly for a total height of ~24". You can however adjust the total height by removing the top 12" threaded pipe (male/male) and coupling (female/female). But I was expecting to be able to adjust it to the full working range of the Kinect... didn't the manual say to mount the Kinect between 2'-6'???

Anyway, there are 7 plastic peices.
1) Top base: which uses a quick connect of 2 pinchers to hold the kinect base
2) male/female reducer: male side is about the size of a camera tripod (although I dont have one so I couldn't verify that), female side is the size of a 15/16" gas threaded connector
3) male/male 12" pipe: same 15/16" gas thread connections
4) female/female coupler: same 15/16" gas thread connections
5) male/male 12" pipe: one side with 15/16" gas thread connection, bottom side uses a proprietory connection to the base
6) quick connect wire clip: clips to the bottom pipe, which is slightly larger than the upper pipe
7) tripod base with female insert for bottom pipe: this comes with either 3 rubber pads for the bottom or 3 velcro pads for use on carpet

I went to the local hardware store and bought:
1) two 1/2" X 12" threaded pipes (SKU: 44102)
2) three 1/2" couplers (SKU: 44884)
3) two (15/16" to 1/2") couplers (SKU: 46980)

for $20 and I made the stand taller so I could put the stand behind my TV. There is a TV mount but I dont have the playing space and I needed the kinect about a foot behind my TV, not on top of it.

I gave it high marks because I like the quick connect base at the top which allows me to quickly remove the kinect from the stand for storage.
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(EDITED: this review previously contained information that became outdated and incorrect. techmannn, in the first comment on this review, pointed out the problem. Thanks for the correction!)

When I first bought this Microsoft was actually recommending that most people put their Kinect right below their TV. Then they changed their minds. Now they say "the higher the better". So, this product is a less than ideal solution. If you CAN put the Kinect above your TV, do so.

Still, though, you do absolutely need the Kinect to be completely stable, either through it being mounted somewhere or by it being on a flat surface that is deep enough for it. It's also important that it be far forward enough that it can see your feet. So, for some people's TV setups, putting it above the TV might just not be feasible. (Granted, I bought this a while ago and there may be newer mounting products out now, but at the time, certainly, there was no immediately apparent way to do it with my TV.)

Nowadays, actually, this stand works out pretty well for me - we're now a two-Kinect household: one setup has lots of room to move but has a TV that's seen better days and no proper sound system; the other is pretty cramped for space, but has the good TV and the good sound system. So that second one is pretty much just voice commands and Child Of Eden. Most of the time that Kinect is just on this stand in a corner listening. But it's easy to put in place for proper play and put away again thanks to the stand. The way the furniture is set up in the first setup, I don't need any sort of a stand, but for the second, I still absolutely do.
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