Musician and Producer Todd Horton designed and created Base 4 Stands™ to provide maximum stability, flexibility, durability, strength and ease of use. All of the commonly known inadequacies of conventional microphone stands were addressed and resolved. Here is a list of the main design features:
• patented four-legged base design provides unrivaled balance and stability • oversized Jam Nut℗, knurled and scalloped for easy gripping when making precision adjustments • removable and replaceable microphone mounts allow you to turn any length mic arm into a stereo bar • supports any weight microphone without the need for sandbags or counterweights • safely holds multiple arms with above average weight microphones • positive locking connectors prevent mic arms from dropping after placement • lightweight aluminum allows you to lift and move a stand for repositioning • large, steel levers and thumb screws for more torque and hand comfort while tightening connectors • non-slip, oversized, vibration dampening rubber feet • streamlined cabling using connector levers and thumb screws as guides • quick base assembly using the provided T-handle, ball-tip, 5mm hex tool • no plastic parts used, only high-grade aluminum, steel and rubber • partial or full disassembly for storage or transport in a custom bag • lifetime warranty for registered owners
Base 4 StandsTM products are patented in the United States by #s D866,534 S and D866,535 S; and internationally by #’s BR 302018001342-5 and BR 302018001344-1 (Brazil); 7177 and 72904 (India); DM/102111-001 and DM/102111-002 (Hague and Korea); 1639673(Japan); and DM/102 111(European Union).