0C112FMAEM7475 On-level ssp7950 tripod speaker stand package deal with bag

(6 customer reviews)


  • this speaker stand percent consists of two of our pinnacle-selling speaker stands and our pinnacle-selling bag
  • this lightweight stand functions a reversible shaft layout and can be used with 1 three/eight” or 1 1/2″ speaker cupboard inserts
  • padded durable nylon bag offers adequate room for either speaker stands, six mic stands or numerous drum hardware

Availability: 221 in stock

Item Weight

4.4, pounds

Product Dimensions

47, x, 10, x, 7, inches



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Customer Reviews

4.6, out, of, 5, stars, 96, ratings, 4.6, out, of, 5, stars

Best Sellers Rank

#17, 461, in, Musical, Instruments, (See, Top, 100, in, Musical, Instruments), #92, in, Speakers, Stands

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

April, 13, 2004

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6 reviews for 0C112FMAEM7475 On-level ssp7950 tripod speaker stand package deal with bag

  1. Old Bull

    Professional in every way. No worries about toppling over and killing someone.Widest base legs spread over 3 feet which makes the stand very stable. Still, I bag all my stands with two 15 pound sand bags, which makes this stand rock solid with 45 pound speaker on second from bottom extension hole. Base stand legs will accommodate three 15 pound bags on extension portion of the legs.I shook the stand rigorously with two bags on the base legs with the speaker up on the second level. The stand base never moved. There was some slight motion at the top of the stand, but not enough movement to topple the stand.The build quality is amazing, even to the smallest details. Although you’ll expect some wear from rough use over the years, the stand appears to withstand hard abuse without compromising structural sturdiness.I wouldn’t take a chance on cheap stands when someone’s life or serious injury would result from inferior workmanship and materials. These stands are about three times the price of the cheapest alternative, but when someone’s injury or death may be at risk, there’s no amount of money savings that can justify the negligence involved in cheap alternatives. Saving money on speaker stands is false economy IMHO.Read more

  2. Dennis Sin

    I got these to replace some really bad stands I bought as a temporary fix. Price was important as well as quality. These are a very happy medium. Starting with the bag, it’s made of a sturdy material and the zippers, handles, and strap are very well built. It has a two sides to the bag which is separated by a pad to keep the stands from banging into each other. The stands out of the box are light but do not feel flimsy. Opening the legs was easy and they have a wide stance which is important for stability. When tightened the legs do not move, also very important. Raising the pole piece was easy with a twist of the knob. Tightening the same knob and using the safety pin gives the stands a safe feel. The pole has two different size ends. One is 35mm (1 3/8in) which is common for most speakers sold today, the other side is 38mm (1 1/2in) which is more common for things like lighting Tbars. I bought these stands to use for both. I’ve gigged with them for the last few weeks and I’m very happy. I used these stand to hold EV ELXP115’s which weigh about 50lbs. I’ve also hung a light under the speaker which weighs maybe 12-15lbs. They have no problem holding the weight. I’m very happy with this purchase and would recommend to a friend.Read more

  3. Hondonian Rebel

    Worth the extra money. Steel stands are fine but aluminum will make your life much easier as the years and gigs roll on. The bag is awesome. 100x better than the stupid sleeve type bag that came with a lesser model of on-stage stands we recently purchased. Not such bargain in hindsight since we ended buying a gator bag that is actually functional and more practical. These stands have plastic components (like all of them these days) so tighten snuggly but not with all your might. Use and rely upon the safety pins. To keep them nice I place a towel between them in the bag. Keep Calm and Rock On.Read more

  4. Jimmy Ray

    I’ve owned/used a number of pro speaker tripod stand models over the years for mobile dj’ing (Ultimate Support, On Stage steel models, etc.). Each of them has had its issues: broken parts, difficult to setup, loose fitting speaker mounts (I currently use QSC K-12 and Yamaha DXR8 tops), unwieldy/heavy (I’m getting older) and pricey but not worth it, etc. My wife and I recently moved to another region of the country and in the process I tossed/sold my old stands with the idea of reevaluating stands when I got settled and got some gigs. Well, I just did that and, after reviewing a slew of models, I decided on the On Stage SSP7950 Package with carrying bag based on reviews here, B&H and other sites. I was looking for a pair of not-fancy, reliable aluminum stands at a fair price.I bought 2 pair.They arrived in fairly pristine On Stage packaging (the stands were inside the nicely padded carrying bag in the box). There was no sign, in or out,. of careless handling or product damage. I’ve only used them once so far, but there were no surprises — they set up easily, were perfectly stable, looked great (and are surprisingly light). I believe these are On Stage’s top, not tricked-out, aluminum stands. At approx. $99 per pair with a nice bag, they are a very decent value. At this time I highly recommend these stands and will update this review if I encounter problems down the road.Read more

  5. dj mark

    let me give some advise about anybody trying to cut corners on cost,dont do it,i spent $ 120 dollars on these stands and believe me it is worth every penny of it,they are sturdy and well built, made out of aluminum,which makes it light weight but built strong,eazy to adjust the mounting pole and can fit any size speaker hole by takeing the pole out and turning it on the other side of the pole,eliminateing the need to buy mounting brackets for the speakers,and the stands were shipped in good sturdy boxes,all i can say you can take a chance and buy some $ 50 dollar stands and hope they dont come scrached up or broken when they arrive at your door step,or you can just spend a little extra money and you will know you will have some good qualty stands arriveing at your door step in a good qualty box,so you want have a dent or a scratch on them.from dj mark ,chicago, ill.Read more

  6. BigGame

    I have a Karaoke/DJ business and I have had my share of underwhelming stands. But these stands are light weight but rugged. The base can open very wide for great stability, but you don’t have to fully extend it when you need to conserve space. I use mackie 15s and they fit like a charm because of the reversible poles (no wobble) on the top of the stand. I recommend these to any person in need of good quality stands. Other reviews might mention a cheap feel to the fasteners… I completely disagree! Everything feels like quality without the added weight! Oh did I mention the case is great, it is separated so the stands don’t make noise bouncing into each other, and there is a little room in there so if you wanted too you could carry something else in the same trip… I have a monitor stand that fits nicely in there! These are the stands you’ve been looking for!Read more

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