Hosa Technology Goby Labs: Stands
Incorporating ruggedized metal construction designed for years of use, Goby Labs' new product line includes two microphone stands, a keyboard stand, two guitar stands, and a Tablet Frame for iPad. The mic stands feature die-cast components, including thick-walled, zinc alloy handles and metal-on-metal threaded components. The center-mass boom design features a mid-point, all-metal, locking grip for enhanced boom balance and an easy-to-turn pivot lock with integrated cord retention. Featuring universal iPad compatibility, the GBX-300 Tablet Frame for iPad featuring frame-change technology holds any iPad on all four sides for extra security. With its patent-pending pole lock that facilitates support on mic stands, music stands, and other tubular surfaces, the system features a counter-locking arm that engages as the clamp is tightened on a pole ñ forming a closed loop around the pole for added strength.
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