Includes StudioLive 312Ai, 315Ai 328Ai and SL18sAi
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Is there an approved mounting solution to put two speakers on one tripod pole? I would like to put a pair per side and would like to use only one stand per side to keep it looking less "cluttered".

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by Karyn on Wed Feb 03, 2016 4:51 am
I've not seen anything advertised. I'm not sure I'd want to balance two of those on a single tripod though, very top heavy...

If I HAD to do it... I'd prolly use a T bar and hang them from it...

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by dlovrien on Fri Feb 05, 2016 10:41 am
This is such a thing as a Dual Mount Speaker Bracket, but not for speakers as heavy as a 328AI.

http://www.pssl.com/!S7XKb0xFCXh9BYnnxc ... er-Bracket (100 lbs. max)

The generally accepted way is to use two tripods - much safer. You can usually intertwine the legs a bit to take up the smallest amount of room.
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by rpark on Sat Feb 06, 2016 10:40 am
You can also fly them, if you have something acceptable to fly them from and the right hardware. This can give a lot of options for directing coverage. Here's an example using a truss:

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by rpark on Sat Feb 06, 2016 10:58 am
You can do them horizontally too, if you need the dispersion that way (I would use three in a LCR sort of setup):

Horizontal Mount.JPG


Just a few suggestions as food for thought...
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by matthewseymour on Wed Aug 17, 2016 6:35 am
I've used the T-bar for speakers quite a few times, but even with light speakers doubling the weight on the tripod is really noticeable. The risk of over-balancing is significant....

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