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Pyle-Pro PKS60 Double Keyboard Stand

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  • Double x 2 tier steel braced heavy duty keyboard stand
  • Secure-lock center clutch height adjustment system
  • For use of keyboards and dj players
  • Adjustable from playing height for seated to standing positions
  • Long steel base supports with non-marking rubber end caps
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Technical Details
Item Weight6 Kg
Product Dimensions10.7 x 106.7 x 56.6 cm
Item model numberPKS60
Country Produced InUSA
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 30,412 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 Kg
Date First Available30 Jun. 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Double X 2 Tier Steel aced Heavy Duty Keyboard Stand Secure-Lock Center Clutch Height Adjustment System For Use Of Keyboards and DJ Players Adjustable From 39 1/4'' X 51 1/4'' Playing Height For Seated To Standing Positions Adjustable Width : From 14'' To 38'' Full Close Position For Easy Storage Long Steel Base Supports With Non-Marking Rubber End Caps Height: 51'' Load Capacity: 220 lbs

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1 x DJ Coffin / Keyboard Stand

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Amazon.com: 3.1 out of 5 stars 33 reviews
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not outstanding 17 Aug. 2011
By Andyman3k - Published on Amazon.com
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Let's just say you get what you pay for. It is a sloppy made stand, seemingly just thrown together, welded and then powder coated. The top tier really is extremely difficult if not impossible to get level due to misalignment of the locking teeth mechanism during welding.
HOWEVER it is rugged, and GETS THE JOB DONE, (If you can manage to level out the second tier with spacers or something), not to mention it looks pretty decent. I'm not enthralled about my purchase, but I don't necessarily regret it.
I wasn't expecting a whole lot for the price I paid, but the few expectations I had were met. 1) It holds a keyboard. 2) It can hold a second keyboard/mixer/etc (albeit wobbly). 3) The locking mechanisms are fairly solid. 4) It stands level on the ground. 5) It hasn't disintegrated yet.
If you are on a [very] strict budget, I might even recommend this stand. But if you shell out a bit more money, you can definitely get a much better one.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars shoddy... but you can make it work, sort of 15 Jan. 2011
By I. Mell - Published on Amazon.com
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This is NOT a quality keyboard stand. The arms of the second tier are different lengths and it's impossible to get them completely level. I contacted the seller to return it and they were very prompt and courteous in their reply... and with good reason. I took the package to UPS only to discover that even using the cheapest shipping option, it was going to cost $26 to ship it back. I doubt many customers follow through on the return once they've done the math. I decided I didn't need $10 back that badly- especially since the lower tier works fine.

Eventually, I was able to attach a shelf to the second tier and get everything balanced satisfactorily. So far, I've only used this stand for a home rig... and it's fine. But I suspect that it will not be useful on stage because the the locking mechanism for the X part of the stand snaps in place (rather than screws) and will probably break if I take it down and set it back up with any frequency.

I bought this before there were any reviews so I knew it was a gamble... turns out that you do, indeed, get what you pay for. If I knew then what I know now, I would not have made this purchase. I know I'll be buying an On-Stage brand stand pretty soon so I can have something to take on the road.

If you do choose to purchase this item, do yourself a favor and buy a roll of gaffers tape while you're at it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars 2nd failed PYLE-PRO stand 9 Mar. 2013
By Norman Spence - Published on Amazon.com
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i purchased the Pyle-Pro PKS60 from amazon a couple weeks ago. I never had an opportunity to use the piece of crap because IT COLLAPSED WHEN I TRIED TO PUT MY 2ND KEYBOARD ON IT! I have an M-audio 88 keystation & a motif xs6. The keystation went crashing to the ground with the stand. i caught the motif that time. The second time after i tightened up that cheap hand clamp bolts, a friend of mine was there to catch the motif as the keystation and stand went down again. If you'd like to see your equipment sporadically drop to the floor, by this stand or the PKS76. Both are equally crappy. I bought the PKS76 last year same time with my taxes and got a piece of crap in a box. PYLE-PRO is bad news from my personal experience.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Warped Piece of Junk 3 July 2013
By Sean S - Published on Amazon.com
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Mine is a warped piece of crap, which seems worse to me than what I've seen from the other reviews. Other reviewers likely lucked up with better ones than I did. It's like it was put together that way. Like some guy welded bent tubes together and said, "eh well..it won't look as bad once it's painted.."

The whole thing rocks back and forth on the floor, so I'll have to shimmy it up to keep it from wobbling. All I plan to put on it is a Micron and a Xio, so that's probably under 25 lbs. I'll probably tie the top and bottom of the X together with something so that there's no way it'll collapse should the main locking component fail.

You can probably make it work with small, light synths or light MIDI controllers, but if you are wise, you'll skip this one and get something better. Think to yourself: Hundreds to thousands of dollars worth of gear sitting on a 30 dollar stand that wobbles and can't be leveled.. Hmm.. Yeah, bad idea...
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars 220 lbs load cappacity??? NOT! 6 May 2012
By Marcus F. - Published on Amazon.com
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this is my first ever review. my equipment was around 150 and this thing collapsed on me twice, braking the second time. no wonder its so cheap. returning.

had 2 stanton str8 150 turntables and a mixer which didn't way much.. inside of a odyssey coffin. held for a while then everything went down. hope no damage is done to my turntables

not all that heavy duty and looks like it could have been used and returned b4 i got it
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