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Quik Lok MS-303 Microphone Stand Accessories
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- Manufactured using heavy duty steel tubing and high-grade hardware
- Sturdy tripod leg base design ensures maximum stability and folds compact for easy transport
- Available in scratch resistant, backed-on, non-reflective, black enamel finish
- Small clamp-on sheet music holder
- Heavy, thick metal clamp securely attaches to mast of almost any standard music stand
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I put some rubber pads inside the "C" clamp portion and managed to get it on the upper mic stand section but the rubber will wear quickly and need to be placed often. Forget puting it on the lower section of the stand. The "C" clamp is a solid piece of metal that cannot be opened or closed any more than it is (I put it in an industrial sized vice and this thing will not bend or give at all).
Too bad. as I said above this thing is almost perfect except it doesn't fit on a regular mic stand. It's like "Outside of that Mrs. Lincoln, how was the play?"
It is heavy and will not support itself unless the piece that attaches it to the mic stand has something immediately underneath it to support its weight, otherwise it will slide down and the screw will scratch your mic stand badly.
The part in my On Stage mic stand that had this criteria did not fit inside the quiklok piece which is made of metal so it can't be modified in any way. So to me it was useless.
I am using it horizontally to support a speaker from M-audio that its 7 pounds (will upload a picture).
Only thing I would add is an extra degree of freedom to compensate for horizontal tilt. BUt for the price I have absolutely no complains.
In a world where too often stuff turns out to be too cheaply made, this was a surprise. The weight and thickness of the metals are probably a little overbuilt. If in fact most people use this to hold up lightweight books or sheet music, I'm surprised they used such heavy materials. The post I believe is solid bar. The sheet metal is very thick, not easily deformed like a turkey pan, and the adjustable collar is a heavy cast metal piece. Includes two thumb turn set screws for friction set adjustments.
I use mine to hold a 13" macbook air laptop. But, I turn it around. I am a stand-up guitarist, so I look DOWN at this tray. Therefore, I have the laptop setting into the crease. As you are looking at this image online, you would be in the audience, and I would be BEHIND the microphone stand facing you. My macbook air would be tilted down, laying on this tray. The keyboard portion lay on the large pan, and the monitor portion rests against the narrow pay. From your viewing position in the audience, you would see the back of my monitor as you looked at this image.... I then hold the laptop down with a little velcro-bungee cord.
Rock and Roll People !!!!!!!!!!!!
I want to address those who say the MS-303 doesn't fit on their mic stands. True, the MC-303 doesn't fit the outer pole of a mic stand, but it does fit the telescoping inner pole on every single mic stand I've tried it with. All one needs to do is raise the inner pole, which has a smaller diameter, and the MS-303 fits perfectly.
Also, if one feels that this unit causes the mic stand to become "tippy," it will work best with a heavier mic stand and needs to be placed out over one of the legs (if using a tripod style mic stand).
Built well, clamps and knobs sturdy, and it's reversible (with a screwdriver and 5 minutes time).
I'd highly recommend it as a compact replacement to carrying around a full music stand.
Heavy duty enough to be road worthy, and light enough to pack along...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A bit small, weight sets off mic stand so you'll have to counter weight to compensate.Published 1 month ago by Chucky P.
Attached this to a music stand for easy access for a PA mixer. Works great!Published 3 months ago by RDB
very poor design - missing parts - too much money to send back so I had to eat it - its in the basement doing nothingPublished 5 months ago by Justin J Voss
It does not look like in the picture, it does not holds that horizontalPublished 5 months ago by Franciso
I run open mics and play in bands and multiple jams, this is what I have been looking for. I was worried about the fit based on multiple reviews I had seen elsewhere but I pulled... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jon Edwards
The first thing I noticed about this thing was that it was about 400% heavier than it needed to be to do the job for which it was intended. Read morePublished 7 months ago by endangered species: reader
Tilts because of too much weight on the one side. Makes it hard for sheet music to stay where it should. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel Hinnenkamp