Reddit Reddit reviews Pyle Portable Adjustable Laptop Stand - 6.3 to 10.9 Inch Anti-Slip Standing Table Monitor or Computer Desk Workstation Riser with Level Height Alignment for DJ, PC, Gaming, Home or Office - PLPTS25

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Pyle Portable Adjustable Laptop Stand - 6.3 to 10.9 Inch Anti-Slip Standing Table Monitor or Computer Desk Workstation Riser with Level Height Alignment for DJ, PC, Gaming, Home or Office - PLPTS25
UNIVERSAL USE: Compact laptop or desk stand with rugged, reliable and ergonomic design for universal use. It can be used with computers, laptops, DJ equipment, turntables, and more. Perfect for the home, office, school or business useADJUSTABLE HEIGHT ALIGNMENT: This table desk stand has 4 line it up bars and 2 support bars for with solid adjustable height alignment, comfort, and convenience. It is best used when traveling or in other shorter monitor eye level situationsANTI SLIP AND ERGONOMIC DESIGN: Made with anti slip legs to avoid accidental slides or falls while in use. Made with an ergonomic riser standing design that can accommodate several computer and devicesDISASSEMBLES FOR PORTABILITY: A laptop stand that could be disassembled easily so it can be portable. It can be taken and used for arts and crafts, picnics, parties and more. It can also be stored easily and tucked away safelyDURABLE CONSTRUCTION: Constructed with durable materials and aluminum for unmatched quality. It also has engineered chipboard with max weight support of up to 44 lbs. The total platform dimension is 9.25(w) x 10.8(d) inches
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41 Reddit comments about Pyle Portable Adjustable Laptop Stand - 6.3 to 10.9 Inch Anti-Slip Standing Table Monitor or Computer Desk Workstation Riser with Level Height Alignment for DJ, PC, Gaming, Home or Office - PLPTS25:

u/failedassumption · 47 pointsr/synthesizers

I've wanted a Juno 106 ever since I tried one out a few years ago. It was faulty, but still fun, this one is perfect, so even more fun! After purchasing it I realised that I would no longer have space for my Boog and my Minilogue, so I looked everywhere for stands. I tried the Adam Hall laptop stands and the Pyle PLPTS25, but they didn't fit below the Juno. Then, I found the RockJam laptop stands, and they're just perfect. You can assemble them in so many ways to match your needs: with or without table clamps, with or without width extenders (two increments), supports facing inward or outward (changes width), different heights, etc. And they're really cheap as well, so I can safely recommend them. The only downside is that you need to buy some protectors between the stand and the synth if you really want to avoid scratching (not a huge issue for me).


Edit: added links to the stands mentioned

u/TTRSkidlz · 26 pointsr/synthesizers

I'm not seeing a lot you can do, but taking up the slack on the wires would help. I use twist-ties and velcro straps to bunch up the excess wire.

Putting some of it on stands would let you tuck wires underneath too. I have my keystep on a laptop stand for example.

u/Explodicide · 6 pointsr/WeAreTheMusicMakers
u/Crvend4c · 5 pointsr/Battletops

I'd suggest putting the laptop on a stand similar to this so you have more room for the mouse.

u/djvirgen · 5 pointsr/MusicBattlestations

I use one of these laptop stands:

It's pretty nice, works well to hold up the MS-20 Mini, or can also hold a Novation Circuit, Elektron Analog Heat or Elektron Digitakt. Ironically, it does not work well for holding my laptop, because my laptop has a curved bottom that causes it to slide over the little lip.

u/-endjamin- · 3 pointsr/synthesizers

All the top row stands are this one. I cut up some styrofoam and taped it to the stand in order to loft the Boog above the Keystep.

u/allannon · 3 pointsr/AskBattlestations

Like /u/brimnac says, clean your desk; there's a lot of what looks basically like junk on there. Get that off, and you'd have more room.

Once you do that, put the xbox on it's side, and the laptop should go on top of that just fine; if hot air from the console is a concern, put something like this to hold the laptop away from the xbox a bit.

u/rubenrails · 3 pointsr/synthesizers

Get one of these. Super cheap and they do wonders for this kinda setup.

u/zb0t1 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

This one, good for the price:

u/moistpeanut123 · 2 pointsr/synthesizers
u/Intellz · 2 pointsr/DJs

I bought this to help raise the controller on the table so I can stand and not have to stretch my arms down.

Depends on the controller but you may have to use something else. I have a baby DDJ-SB3

u/mr_william · 2 pointsr/modular

Back before I moved and had to shove most of my gear in storage, I had a couple of these on my desk for laptops and other synths when space was at a premium

u/Zoombini09 · 2 pointsr/synthesizers

Looking for a stand to put my Minilogue on with my 49-key MIDI controller underneath. Just for home use on my desktop, so my first thought was one of those cheapo steel laptop stands. Concern there is that I'll have 8 inches of Minilogue hanging off the sides, which worries me with my dumbass cat jumping around near it. I guess I could buy two and put em side by side?

Any other ideas?

u/simianstyle · 2 pointsr/MusicBattlestations

The mixcube is great 2nd opinion when working on mixdowns. It's not necessarily the best sounding speaker, but gives a pretty clear picture how things sound in mono (and whether you need to adjust certain track levels based on that). The riser stand is a cheap laptop stand I got off of amazon:
Pyle Pro DJ Laptop stand

u/BananafestDestiny · 2 pointsr/DJSetups

Nice setup! I can’t tell how tall that table is, but you should look into getting a riser/stand for your laptop. They are cheap and will help your back and neck during long sessions vs. craning over your laptop. This one on Amazon is solid and only $24:

u/zodd06 · 2 pointsr/Alienware

maybe look for something like this. this one only holds 8 lbs. though.

u/RodmanSan · 2 pointsr/MusicBattlestations

It is a laptop stand which i modified with clamps underneath so i can remove them when sitting behind the desk to make music :

u/PostmatesMalone · 2 pointsr/synthesizers

I use this laptop stand when I need a second row.

It fits a Digitakt perfectly. Anything smaller and you’ll need a book or board to bridge the gap. It also makes my SH-101 look like it’s floating.

u/onlytwosubscriptions · 2 pointsr/DJSetups

It's just a simple Pyle laptop stand . It only cost like $22. It's really sturdy but a bit of a pain to take a part and reassemble if you're a mobile DJ like me.

u/Hainbach · 2 pointsr/synthesizers

I use cheap laptop stands for my SH02 and the Ciat-Lonbarde rig. Works well, though that is all played by touch, softly or sequenced externally, so I don't hammer the keys. Might be too much sway then. These are the ones:

u/mornview · 1 pointr/makinghiphop

Anyone here use a laptop stand with their setup? I'm talking about something like this:

I'm currently using a Trigger Finger Pro, which I love, but it is rather large, and I often use it to control many other devices (drum modules, synths, etc.) in addition to having it hooked up to my laptop. And this is all occuring in the relatively small space I have reserved for making music. So if I could get the laptop up over the TFP I'd save a ton of space (I barely need to refer to the laptop anyways).

I'm thinking I'll just custom build a stand, but I'm just curious to see what other people are doing.

u/NiallSeamistWay · 1 pointr/anime

I'm a working college student and I decided to finally treat myself a little for a better workstation on a budget of ~$200. This is the wallpaper I used.

Total cost of the items I've recently bought on Offerup and Amazon:

u/drkhead · 1 pointr/Beatmatch

this is the one I got. Actually feels very sturdy actually and I have it raised a bit.

u/willardwisheswell · 1 pointr/battlestations

Thanks. It's made by Pyle and is actually a DJ laptop stand. Bought it on Amazon for less than $30.

u/djshiva · 1 pointr/MusicBattlestations

The TB-03 is on one of these:

The Bass Station is on a combination of a metal folding baking rack that I got at Target years ago and can no longer find, with one of these on top:

Look for folding baking racks at your local store that would have those sort of things. ;)

u/rodentdp · 1 pointr/synthesizers

I have a couple of these in my studio:

I'm also a big fan of using vertical space. To that end, I have a few of these to angle gear, and a couple of these to elevate things above the desk. At work now, but I'll see if I can add some pics later.

u/pigmartian · 1 pointr/synthesizers

For my lower tier I use Bräda laptop stands from Ikea. For my upper tier I support a three foot long shelf from Home Depot on a pair of these laptop stands:

I use Velcro to keep things from sliding around

What's nice is that the two tiers have the same angle.

u/wrobbinz · 1 pointr/laptops

Hah, forgot to link. Cheers! I know it's a "dj" stand, but works great for just a desk.

u/producedbycastle · 1 pointr/trapproduction
u/pre55ure · 1 pointr/synthesizers

Unfortunately there isn't really anything out there that solves this problem. (I wish Jaspers would make a tabletop stand).

The most obvious solution is to replace part of the desk with a jaspers stand, or a double/triple tier keyboard stand.

Like you mentioned in your post, it is possible to use two (or more) of those laptop/dj stands placed next to each other to support a larger keyboard. I have used these and they are pretty stable Laptop stand

You can buy/build a shelf and use something like Ikea "Capita" legs to create a second tier. And use the Ikea "Brada" laptop things to angle stuff better.

You could try to convert more of your equipment into rack mountable format (though this is obviously not always a viable solution)

u/FreelanceGynecologst · 1 pointr/synthesizers

not sure if you're looking for something that can hold all three at once or not, but I use this stand. it holds one item at varying heights and is fairly solid. to give you an idea of what it can support, I've used them for cdjs, mixers (a behringer 4000 and a Mackie pro12), an mpc 1000, a 13" MacBook pro, and now currently a dsi mopho x4.

u/cz101 · 1 pointr/synthesizers

I lift my smaller synths up on these computer stands. They're reasonably solid and let me sneak other equipment underneath.

u/Princecoyote · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Seems to make sense to me. You might want to clean for dust. Some people swear by laptop cooling pads with fans on them, some say they do very little. You could also go for a laptop stand that raises the laptop for better air flow underneath.