Types of DJ Lighting Stands
You need a set of super reliable lighting stands to finish your setup and mount your lighting.
No matter what lighting you have, your stands need to be able to hold them, as well as being easy to set up and pack away. We have a huge range of types of stands, so scroll down to learn more about what we have and how it can help you.
We have a lighting stand for any equipment in any configuration:
- T Bar Lighting Stands
- Floor Stands
- Truss Stands
- Clamps, Top Hats
Choosing Your Perfect DJ Lighting Stand
There are so many types of lighting stands with so many options out there.
The two most common types of light stand are T-bar stands and truss stands.
T Bar Stands
T-bar type stands consist of a foldable tripod stand with a perpendicular bar. This bar will have pre-drilled holes, and relevant bolts and wing nuts.
Most T bar stands are designed to hold four lights, and the maximum weight capacities are determined by price. You can check the product specifications for this information!
DJ truss stands or “bridges” are two tripod stands with two-section triangular truss lengths. They normally come in two 5ft lengths and join in the middle for a 10ft span. This not only reinforces the strength, but to allow lots more lighting fixtures to be fixed to the stand. You could even add a T-bar on each end of the truss stand for even more real estate.
Of course, you need lights to attach to your stands. Click here to view all of our DJ lighting and effects machines.
Lights are a huge part of a DJ set.
Imagine being at a club or festival and the headlining DJ has no light show to go along with his set. You wouldn’t have much to look at!
A light show is part of your stage presence. Not only does it hugely increase the size of your booth and setup, it also fully immerses the crowd.
There are lots of types of lighting stands to hold all of your lighting equipment. The most common types are T-bar stands and truss stands. There are also floor stands.
These stands all have different functions and different benefits of use, depending on what you need from your stands.
You want a stand that can support the weight of your lights, plus any other accessories you have.
Check the load capacity of any stand you are considering. It will be in the product specifications! Make sure these stands can hold all of the equipment you are wanting to mount.