News From The Crypt – Frankenstands Have Arrived!

July 9, 2008 by Mobile Beat

SINCE 2003, THE ORIGINAL HYDRAULIC POWERED SPEAKER STAND

“News from the Crypt” the newly redesigned Frankenstand Hydraulic Powered Speaker Stands have arrived in the “lab”. The ’08 Frankenstand has a completely new design and features all steel construction, easy opening legs, glued on rubber feet and is available in two powers for different speaker weights. Designed by a working Mobile DJ for the professional entertainment industry!

Please visit our new website: www.frankenstand.com where you can now buy them online for only $119.99 plus shipping and handling.
 
FRANKENSTAND, designed by a Mobile DJ for the entertainment industry!
  Assembled in the US
  The bare minimum of plastic parts are used
  Constructed of premium steel for professional use
  Legs that are EZ to open, because it shouldn’t be a puzzle  
  Limited Life Time Warranty – (limited to manufacturer defects)
  W/ legs out and 38mm speaker pole extension up – max height = 6’6″
  W/ legs out and 38mm speaker pole extension up – min. height = 4’6″
  W/ legs pulled in and 38mm speaker hole extension down = 3’11”
  Leg spread at max width = 43″ (3’7″)

FRANKENSTANDS come in two powers F1 & F2:
      F1 for speakers weighing between 30 and 50 pounds 
      F2 for speakers weighing between 55 and 80 pounds
Not recommended for speakers weighing more than 80 pounds

FRANKENSTAND website price plus shipping & handling 
      LIST: $175.50 (MSRP)
      F1 & F2 – $119.99 each stand
 
FRANKENSTAND F3 (non-powered speakers)
      LIST: $84.95 (MSRP)
      F3 $79.99 each stand   
 
FRANKENSTAND F4  Light bar and two foot extension (one set)
      LIST: $109.99    
      F4: $79.99 each set
                                                                                   
WWW.FRANKENSTAND.COM
    619-223-7587 USA 
 

PRODUCT REVIEW: Mobile Beat magazine March 2006: “(Frankenstands) operate like a car’s power steering – they assist you in raising and lowering your speakers. They don’t automatically lift the speakers, but the “neutral buoyancy” makes it easier to lift and lower the speaker with little effort . . . It is quite a pleasure to simply turn a knob,  Then gently push up and have my speakers rise with barely any effort.”  – Dan Walsh, Sr. Editor, Mobile Beat magazine

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