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13" tablet music stands
#11
(02-11-2016, 03:51 AM)jeffn1 Wrote: Your Manhasset stand is probably pretty heavy duty.  So, it shouldn't be knocked over too easily (and if the tablet is velcro'd onto the stand, it should not be knocked off the stand).

Agreed, there's no reason why the OP can't use his existing stand.  I did much the same here - http://zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/forum/...p?tid=1672 - and saved some money into the bargain.
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#12
(02-11-2016, 08:12 AM)GraemeJ Wrote:
(02-11-2016, 03:51 AM)jeffn1 Wrote: Your Manhasset stand is probably pretty heavy duty.  So, it shouldn't be knocked over too easily (and if the tablet is velcro'd onto the stand, it should not be knocked off the stand).

Agreed, there's no reason why the OP can't use his existing stand.  I did much the same here - http://zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/forum/...p?tid=1672 - and saved some money into the bargain.

Well, in my case I wanted a smaller stand that did not block me/my face quite so much.  Since you do not need the space on the stand for a second page, I figured I would rather have a narrower stand.
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#13
I use the Airturn Manos for my 13,3" tablet and it works.
The manos sits on top of a mic stand. My has a tripod (because I am 188cm I wanted to have a larger one, e.g. if I have to stand on a podium where the stand has to be on the floor).

A collegue of mine trusts this setup (tripod) as much that he hangs his two instruments (trumpet, flugelhorn) on the stand.
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(02-11-2016, 08:37 AM)jeffn1 Wrote: Well, in my case I wanted a smaller stand that did not block me/my face quite so much.  Since you do not need the space on the stand for a second page, I figured I would rather have a narrower stand.

That I can understand.  In my case, I utilise the 'spare' space by placing a small mixer on it (you can see his in one of the pictures in the link I gave earlier) but not everyone would want to do that.

Even so, I don't have a problem with the stand blocking me/my face as I position it to the left of me - it's not in front of me at all, even though I am usually seated.  This is something that using a tablet allows for, I find that it's no longer necessary to have the chart directly in front of me, with paper it was different.

In your case, I think the Stagg MUS-ARM 1 that was linked to earlier in this thread is probably the answer.  If the desk is removable from your Manhassett stand (the pictures on their website would seem so) then you already have a suitable support of the Stagg.

I see that Manhassett also make a tablet holder - the Model #3200-U - although they only claim it for tablets of up to 12.5", so you would have to check the actual dimensions of your tablet to ensure it would hold it securely.
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#15
Thanks for the responses - to clarify my Manhasset stand is this one:
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/M...oCQ-rw_wcB

It's not exactly the type of stand I'd want to lug around to every rehearsal/gig.

I've given some thought to the Velcro idea, and that might be the best idea for my church, where I can have my own designated stand with velcro on it. However, this doesn't help with my brass band rehearsals in which we use a bunch of school music stands. This is where a nice compact collapsible (read: easily portable) stand would come in handy.

I like what I'm seeing on this link for the Manhasset 3200-U holder:
http://www.interstatemusic.com/966372-Ma...3200U.aspx

I assume that this is just the top portion, and the foldable stand is sold separately. All I'm seeing on sizes is it "fits all sizes"...so I'm not sure how big "all sizes" encompasses. My tablet (with case) is 13.5" in height.
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#16
There's a little more detail on the Manhasset website - http://www.manhasset-specialty.com/index...s&pageID=3 - at the bottom of the page, which is where I found the reference to 12.5". It's designed to mount on your existing stand. They also do a version designed to fit on to a mic stand (on the same page) maybe that would suit you better?
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#17
Well, the 12.5" is a dealbreaker. It's the concept I'm looking for, but not big enough.
Also, I do not want to lug around the bottom half of my existing Manhasset stand. The bottom half of the Model 52 would be a lot more mobile, but I do not see where you can just buy the lower half.
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#19
(02-12-2016, 08:36 AM)schnautza Wrote: Well, the 12.5" is a dealbreaker. It's the concept I'm looking for, but not big enough.
Also, I do not want to lug around the bottom half of my existing Manhasset stand. The bottom half of the Model 52 would be a lot more mobile, but I do not see where you can just buy the lower half.

I imagine their 12.5" refers to screen size, not the case, so it might well be that a 13" tablet in a smallish case would fit.  I'd contact Manhasset direct and ask them what are the actual maximum dimensions the holder will accept?

To me, the bottom half of a Model 52 stand is basically like many mic stands - so buy a mic stand, plus a suitable tablet holder.
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#20
(02-12-2016, 06:43 AM)schnautza Wrote: Thanks for the responses - to clarify my Manhasset stand is this one:
http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/M...oCQ-rw_wcB

It's not exactly the type of stand I'd want to lug around to every rehearsal/gig.

I've given some thought to the Velcro idea, and that might be the best idea for my church, where I can have my own designated stand with velcro on it. However, this doesn't help with my brass band rehearsals in which we use a bunch of school music stands. This is where a nice compact collapsible (read: easily portable) stand would come in handy.

I like what I'm seeing on this link for the Manhasset 3200-U holder:
http://www.interstatemusic.com/966372-Ma...3200U.aspx

I assume that this is just the top portion, and the foldable stand is sold separately. All I'm seeing on sizes is it "fits all sizes"...so I'm not sure how big "all sizes" encompasses. My tablet (with case) is 13.5" in height.

I wonder if you could just bring some double-sided masking tape, which might give you the additional stability you are looking for when you use the school music stands at your brass band rehearsals.
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