Product Description for the Ultimate Support MS-100B MKII
The new MS MKII Series studio reference monitor stands from Ultimate Support offer unparalleled innovation and strength for professional, project, and home studios alike. The MS-80 is a desktop monitor stand that features non-slip, high-density acoustic foam and an angle-adjustable base that allows the end user to fine tune the sweet spot. The MS-90 is a column monitor stand that offers internal cable management channels and 6000 Series aluminum construction while the MS-100 is essentially a combination of the two!
MS-100B Product Breakdown:
- Easily Adjust the Angle and Axis of Your Monitors
- Sonic Isolation and Decoupling
- Three Internal Channels for Cable and Weight Management
- Ultimate Support Design
Easily Adjust the Angle and Axis of Your Monitors
The MS-100 and MS-80 both feature patent-pending technology and design that gives control over the angle and axis of your studio monitors. Fine tune the position of your monitors for the perfect mix or listening position with the turn of the front-panel dial. What's more, you can angle your monitors up OR down based on your needs!
Sonic Isolation and Decoupling
From top to bottom, all three MS MKII Series stands feature sonic isolation and decoupling components. The MS-100 delivers acoustic foam/stabilizing pads on top, two rubber couplers between the column and the top and bottom bases, and spike decoupling designs under the top and bottom base plates. Add the MS-100 to your studio and discover what you've been missing in your mix!
Three Internal Channels for Cable and Weight Management
The MS-100 and MS-90 offer three internal channels that run the length of the column. So your studio remains clear of untidy cables, two channels are designed for audio and power respectively. For additional stability, the larger third channel can be filled with shot or sand.
Ultimate Support Design
The MS MKII Series studio monitor stands are made from the highest quality materials backed by award-winning design that marries both form and fashion. The modern studio owner will love the contemporary look while the veteran engineer will appreciate the solid build and tweak-ability.