Gator Frameworks GFW-ID-SPKR-SP ID Series Speaker Sub Pole (single)

Adjustable Speaker Sub Pole with Piston-driven Lift Assistance (each)
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This Speaker Sub Pole Is a Breeze to Use!

The Gator Frameworks GFW-ID-SPKR-SP speaker sub pole is a cinch to operate, by virtue of its Lift-EEZ piston-driven lift assistance and easy one-handed cam operation. At Sweetwater, we love how this pole's compact cylinder design makes it easy to transport. This speaker pole accommodates both traditional subwoofer mounts and threaded M20 mounts. The Gator Frameworks GFW-ID-SPKR-SP is a phenomenal speaker sub pole!

Gator Frameworks GFW-ID-SPKR-SP Speaker Sub Pole Features at a Glance:
  • Lift-EEZ piston-driven lift assistance
  • 1-handed cam operation for ease of use
  • Integrated adapter accommodates threaded M20 mounts in addition to traditional sub mounts
  • Compact cylinder design for easy transport
  • Adjustable from 37" to 57" high with a 70 lb. weight capacity
  • Works with JBL VRX915S, VRX918S, SRX718S, PRX615S-XLF, PRX718XLF, PRX400, PRX600, PRX700, STX800, and VRX900, and QSC KW181, KSUB, and KLA181
The Gator Frameworks GFW-ID-SPKR-SP speaker sub pole is a breeze to operate!

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Tech Specs

Load Capacity 70 lbs.
Color Black
Height 37"-57"
Manufacturer Part Number GFW-ID-SPKR-SP

Customer Reviews

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Double Duty For These Poles Was( A Piece A' Cake)

I was looking for some poles like these and my salesman was looking out for me. I have a pair of TurboSound iQ15 tops along with a pair of TurboSound iQ18 subwoofers. The insert for the poleson the subs don't have threads and these poles have an adapter that fits right into the insert. I canraise my 15s on these poles with one hand. I'm also working as FOH engineer for Sonic Freeway aMetro Detroit based band. Their mains are a pair of QSC KW10 tops and a pair of QSC KW181 subs.The QSC subs are threaded. So I just unscrew the adapters and screw the poles into the subwoofers.Talk about impressive here's the band leaders text message the next day.Hey Mike, you did a good job last night. I also really like those poles you got for the tops. Really nice.That's the best we've sounded at MASH. That's the club we played at in Ann Arbor, MI. Previously thespeaker tops were at head level and the crowded floor would absorb the sound.The Gator FrameworksID Series Speaker Stands got the tops over everyone's heads. And he went on to say:Oh! And, I wanted to say... I really like your foresight and analytical thinking, that caused you to get those adjustable poles, without us even talking about it!!!! How great is that? I say "fantastic"! You my friend are a team player! Of course you know I let him take the poles that Saturday night with his gear. But then Monday morning I was calling my salesman James Masterson with Hey they worked. Send me anotherpair. As usual had them the next day.
Music background: Sound Engineer

Not bad, a few small changes would be nice

I purchased two of these poles to go in between 2 Turbosound Milan M15b's and 2 Peavey Impulse 12d's. The poles appear to be well built, I just have two criticisms. The first is that when I put them in the M15b's they were a little sloppy which caused the 12d's to sit on top at a slight angle which looks funny. The poles fit the 12d's well so no complaint there. The second criticism is that the "assisted piston" that helps lift the speakers isn't strong enough to lift my 12d's up by itself, I has to assist it in doing so but it wasn't difficult. Because the poles fit the 12d's well and were sloppy in the M15b's, when I first attempted to remove a 12d from the top of the pole, it stuck and I ended up pulling the pole and speaker out together and then it dropped out when I had the speaker in both hands so the pole fell and I couldn't do anything about it. I would highly recommend to anyone that is looking to purchase these, MAKE SURE YOUR SUBWOOFER HAS A THREADED MOUNT so you don't have the problems I had. I'm not sure if other subwoofer mounts would fit this pole better or not, the picture on the box shows JBL speakers so maybe it would fit there subs better.
Music background: I used to dj and now run sound at a church
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