HTC Vive Base Station Sensor Stand Pack (Pair) Complete Kit

ScanFX Stand Bundle for HTC Vive Base Station Sensor (Pair) Complete Kit

Scan code: LN74503 Manufacturer code: SCNVIVESTDBND Request call
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Product Overview Portable & Sturdy. This is a Scan bundle of collapsible stands and adapters that allow you to mount the Vive Base Stations as per the recommended guidelines of being over 2m high and at a 30-45degree angle, without having to fix the sensors to your walls.

All you need to do is screw the brass adapter to the end of the boom arm, attach the base station to the adapter, connect the power cable to the Base Station and then extend the boom arm fully and lock in place.
You can now set the 30 degree angle of the boom arm and raise the middle section of the stand up, which is locked in place by turning the central stand grip.

Bundle Includes:
2x Stagg Microphone Boom Stand with Folding Legs
2x Mic / Lighting Stand Adapter Features • Set up your VIVE Base Stations without drilling walls and using the standard wall mounts.
• Allows you to take your VIVE to another location.

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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ScanFX Stand Bundle for HTC Vive Base Station Sensor (Pair) Complete Kit is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Saves drilling into your walls Perfect for setting up your VR game area. I'm six foot 7 and these stands allow you to set up a game area way above my head. Perfect if you don't want to drill the brackets into a permanent position in your walls. I guess for the price the quality is right but I wouldn't have minded spending more if there was a more sturdy product available that did the same job. Once set up it doesn't really matter that they are a little wobbly. One of my stands, stands at a different angle to the other one, but weird but doesn't effect what they do for the VR game area. Definite must have for the HTC vive, hopefully one day with a wireless headset add on
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does exactly what it says on the tin. Perfect, easy, go to solution for HTC Vive room sensors. Well thought out. No need for holes in the walls.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Robust Got these for the htc vive.. And they are sturdy and well made .. Just what you need if yoi do not want to screw the brackets for the sensors to the wall... I have a gaming laptop so these are useful to me as i can use my vive anywhere now! Well worth the money..
Date published: 2016-10-31
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Questions & Answers

How do the Vive sensors attach to the microphone stands? There does not seem to be the correct brackets / fittings.

Asked by: OakwoodGrafter
Improvisation. You have to drill a slightly larger hole on one side of each of the supplied brackets with the Vive, then use the screw and nuts supplied by Scan IN ONE OF THE BOXES to fix the brackets onto the mic stands. Then it's just a matter of tilting the poles and moving around the base station bracket ball joints to desired positions.
Answered by: Freker
Date published: 2017-05-11
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HTC Vive Base Station Sensor Stand Pack (Pair) Complete Kit
HTC Vive Base Station Sensor Stand Pack (Pair) Complete Kit