MONO (monocreators.com), the IDSA award-winning designer of instrument cases and accessories, today announced a new range of studio monitor stands. Made from industrial-grade anodized aluminium — the same cutting-edge materials as MONO pedalboards — these stands will elevate the look, feel and sound of any studio workstation.
Randy Couvillon 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. 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.
Key Product Features:
Materials: 5mm thick anodized aluminium in Silver and Black
Dimensions: 246 x 289 x 232 mm (LWH)
Weight: 2.2kDesigned with the same professional look and feel as MONO PFX products including angled pedalboards
Laser-cut from premium-grade anodized aluminium
Corrosion-resistant metal surface thanks to electrochemical treatment process
Fully padded rubber base gives absolute grip while reducing unwanted vibrations.
More accurate and enhanced sound projection due to elevated design
Takes up minimal real estate on a studio workstation. Design allows for clean and efficient workstation organisation
Designed for musicians on the move, MONO is an IDSA award-winning company that creates the most innovative and inspiring instrument cases and accessories in the world. MONO’s focus on product innovation has been the driving force behind its growth, establishing the brand worldwide as one trusted by serious musicians to help them on the move, on the stage and behind the scenes.
MONO was founded in San Francisco 2007, and is now headquartered in Singapore as part of BandLab Technologies. Visit monocreators.com for more info or follow MONO on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates.