Adjustable Stand for a Modular Controller (X1, PL-1, Contour, etc)
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    Default Adjustable Stand for a Modular Controller (X1, PL-1, Contour, etc)

    As the title says really, is there anything available currently which can raise up a modular controller the way a crane stand does for a laptop?
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    Not bad, but I was looking for something which angled them; my new residency has one of those nasty all-in-one flight cases designed to put the mixer at a 45 degree angle, and want to put a couple of Contour's either side of it at the same height/angle.
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    Basic but you may be able to modify it

    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60150176/

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinkydisc View Post
    Basic but you may be able to modify it

    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60150176/
    i have 5 maybe 6 of those Brada things. I have cut them to differernt sizes to fit all kinds of stuff. they are really handy.
    You can use them on an angled flight case and they will hold your controller in place but there is some plastic at the back that needs cutting away. Simple enough. I stick a pick up later.

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