Watch: Mono’s new studio monitor stands “elevate the look, feel and sound” of workstations

    The new range of stands are built with the same premium quality materials as Mono’s pedalboards

    NAMM 2020: Mono has announced its first foray into the realm of studio-enhancing equipment with a range of sleek, laser-cut studio monitor stands.

    Renowned for its thoughtful designs of instrument cases and music accessories, Mono steps into the studio with its slick new monitor stands. Available in elegant black and white finishes, the stands are crafted from industrial-grade anodised aluminium, the same cutting-edge material found on the new Mono pedalboards.

    It’s no secret that a good pair of monitor stands have the potential to enhance the accuracy of audio projection, and the stands are designed to do exactly that – to “elevate the look, feel and sound of any studio workstation”, the brand says.

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    Weighing in at 2.2kg, with dimensions of 256 x 289 x 232 mm, Mono’s new stands won’t overcrowd your workspace, allowing for a more clean and efficient studio. They’re also durable, with a corrosion-resistant metal surface that is achieved through an electrochemical treatment process. A fully padded rubber base ensures absolute grip, whilst also reducing unwanted vibrations.

    MONO Studio Monitor Stands

    Randy Couvillon of Mono says, “We know for many creators, life revolves around the studio, so we wanted to help them create their perfect setup. We’ve designed these to be solid works of art that look brilliant and will faithfully support your studio monitors. We’ve kept these clean and elegant.

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    “The new Mono studio monitor stands contain no moving parts and require no assembly. They are engineered to work straight out of the box with zero fuss — set them up in seconds and you’re ready to make music in style like never before.”

    The Mono studio monitor stands will be shipping Spring 2020 via select dealers worldwide and direct via monocreators.com.

    Follow more NAMM 2020 news here.

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    [Ed’s note: Mono is owned by BandLab Technologies, which also owns MusicTech]

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