Discover the world of the »Omega« table-style keyboard stands

Product Know-How 23.12.2013
Sandra Scholtz

What characterises our »Omega« stands

  • It is highly stable – through the compact steel tube construction and large round end caps
  • Simple and fine-tuned height adjustment through the two sided spring-loaded locking screws
  • The support arms can be adjusted to suit the size of the keyboard. (Keyboards up to 50 kg)
  • For transportation the keyboard stand folds up and is very compact.


Our »Omega« stands are:

18800 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega-E«
18810 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega«,
18820 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega Pro« and
18810 and 18820 are available in black, white and ruby red. 

The »Omega« keyboard tables are predestined to be equipped / optimized with additional equipment

Generally the support surface is equipped with twelfe holes, to be able to mount the accessories into the desired position (from the middle – the holes are arranged in two row times six holes that are equidistant on both sides). Theoretically, all accessory products can be used at the same time! The equipment is suitable for Omega 18800, 18810 and 18820. Only the laptop holder 18815 (#6) can´t be used for the »Omega-E« 18880.

For mounting & moving

Adapter 18814 (A) is needed to mount the universal holder (which is needed for the equipment listed below). The Adapter 18814 is placed in the desired hole, such that the open tube points away from the keyboard player. The tube combination – consisting of an adapter and accessories – can be placed in this.
The attachment (#4) can be mounted directly with the help of a drill-hole template and the laptop holder (#6), as well as the universal holder (#7), is attached to the “legs”, the steel construction on the side, using a clamp prisma.

The Trolley for Keyboard Stands (18806) keeps your keyboard stand on the move. Both trolleys are adjustable in length and provide extra mobility on stage, in rehearsal rooms or at home.

The Omega Equipment in Detail:

#1 Universal holder (No. 18817)
The height of the vertical tube can be adjusted individually choosing from 8 positions. The 3/8″ threaded connector connects other accessories, such as boom arm, gooseneck, iPad holder, Tablet PC holder etc.


#2 Sheet music holder (No. 18817 + 18805)
This useful sheet music and concept holder attaches easily to the universal holder 18817, 18873 or 18944. The music desk is 296 mm high and 416 mm wide. The music desk can be removed separately with the sturdy K&M prismatic V-block connector.


#3  Boom arm (No. 18817 + 21140)
Two-piece telescopic boom arm with 3/8″ thread. Complete with locking washer and plastic grip. Smooth, silent and scratch-free adjustment thanks to large wing nut.


#4: Stacker black/ white/ ruby red (No. 18811)
This attachment is the ideal supplement for a second keyboard or laptop. Fully adjustable in tilt.


Controller keyboard tray (No. 18819)
The sturdy aluminium tray offers new uses for the »Omega« keyboard stands. It is placed on the upper support arms of the 18811 attachment, allowing smaller synthesizers, controllers, drum machines, etc. to be placed securely. The stop bracket with the edge protector and the enclosed rubber pads hold the small devices in position.


#5 Second Stacker (No. 18822)
Stacker for a third level for the keyboard stand Omega. The stacker is easily and quickly positioned to the desired height by a spring-loaded clamping knob. In addition, depth and inclination adjust in various positions. This stacker can only be used in conjunction with the 18811 stacker.


Controller keyboard tray (No. 18824)
The sturdy aluminium plate enables new uses. It is placed on the upper support arms of the 18822 attachment, allowing smaller synthesizers, controllers, drum machines, etc. to be placed securely. The stop bracket with the edge protector and the enclosed rubber pads hold the small devices in position.


#6: Laptop holder (No. 18815)
This holder ensures that you can see your laptop, because the height, distance and direction can be adjusted variably.  For the perfect angle of the support arms there are 8 different adjustment angles to choose from. In addition, the holder can be attached individually to each leg of the keyboard stand. Thanks to the adjustable stop pin the laptop connectors are always accessible. In addition, the support arms are also suitable for smaller equipment, such as e.g. an iPad.


#8: Tablet PC Holder (No. 19790)
Like this Tablet PC holder, all König & Meyer Tablet & iPad Holder with a 3/8″ threaded connector can be attached.

New in 2020

#7 Universal holder (No.18807)
The practical universal holder opens up new application possibilities for the »Omega« 18810 and 18820 keyboard stands. The holder is steplessly adjustable in height and distance and can be mounted individually on any supporting leg of a keyboard stand. As an option K&M offers the sheet music holder 18805, various tablet PC holders and microphone boom arms.

Basic support »Omega« Table stand (No. 18828)
– Only in connection with the stacker 18811 – With the help of this basic support, the stacker 18811 can be converted into a complete keyboard table stand in no time at all. Of course, the tray for the controller keyboard (No. 18819) can also be used here. In addition, a third keyboard can be placed using the second stacker (18822). This attachment can then be extended with the tray for controller keyboard (No. 18819).

Stage piano support for »Omega« (No. 18827)
The short version of support arms for »Omega« keyboard stands 18800, 18810 and 18820. The length of the support arms is only 264 mm and is therefore ideally suited for stage pianos and keyboards with a small depth.


New in 2021

Cable organiser for »Omega« (No. 18808)
Finally, an end to the “cable tangle”. The practical box made of sturdy sheet steel is simply hung on the crossbar of the »Omega« with two screws in no time. The box can be used, for example, to store a power box or extra-long cables neatly and in a space-saving manner. Side openings provide enough space for convenient cable routing. The durable powder coating protects the surface in the studio just as well as in the everyday tour.

Cable Clamp for »Omega« (No. 18809)
infos to follow

Support arm XL (No. 18823)
Extra long supports for the keyboard stand attachment 18811.The depth of the support is 400 mm. In combination with attachment 18822, keyboards and other electronic devices with a depth of up to 430 mm can now be used. The support arms XL can easily be replaced by the standard support 18811. The set includes instrument-protecting rubber pads.

Extension rod (No.18832)
Extension rod for universal holder 18817 – to gain more height for the accessories (such as microphone arm, tablet or music holder).

FAQ & important information

Can these accessories also be used with other König & Meyer keyboard stands?
The equipment is made for the 18810 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega« as well as the 18820 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega Pro« and the 18800 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega-E«. Only the Laptop holder 18815 (#6) can´t be mounted on the »Omega-E«.

The sheet music holder and iPad holder, microphone arm as well as laptop holder (#1-3 + #6) can also be attached to the Keyboard-/Digital Piano-Folding Tables 18950 and 18953.

Does a larger keyboard fit under the attachment?
Yes, the largest master keyboard can be placed on the large lower support arms of the attachment. It is useful to place the original Omega support arms at the outer most positions.

Which accessories (maximum number) can I attach at the same time?
All: universal holder, sheet music holder, stacker, laptop holder, microphone arm.

Do I have to purchase Adapter 18814 – is it included?
Yes it has to be purchased, it is not included.

How large can my laptop be? What´s the maximum weight capacity?
Up to at least 15.6 inches.
Our laptop holder 18815 is made for laptops between 2 and 3 kg. And we also give the advice to follow this instruction.
In theory this product is capable to hold more kg. Though it´s possible that the boom will tilt over (a few degree) and won´t be absolutly horizontal then. But the weight shouldn´t be a problem.

What are the smallest and largest attachment positions?
From 180 mm (and 300, 420, 550, 670) to 790 mm

Are there transpot carrying cases for the keyboard table stands?
There is a carrying bag for the »Omega-Pro«. (18829).

The Omega stands 18810 und 18820 are available in black, white and ruby red.

Product videos

  • »Omega Pro«
  • »Omega-E«
  • »Omega« Table Stand



Last update: August 2023


  • Peter Conway says:

    Im interested in buying the keyboard stand omega table. But i cant find how the keyboard is fastened to the table to stop it falling off if someone walks into it? The sliders do they hold the keyboard solidly enough to stop any movement?

    Many thanks

    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Hi Peter,
      thanks for your interest!
      when using a keyboard on an Omega, in most cases no additional fastening is required.
      However, please note that improper use may lead to the keyboard falling.
      If you have any further questions please feel free to ask.
      Best regards and stay safe,
      your K&M-Team

  • Tim says:

    I’d like to use the Omega with a 88 key stage keyboard (Roland RD-88) 258mm deep)that is fairly narrow. Will it accommodate the narrow depth?

  • Jon Cotton says:

    Hi, I’m looking for exactly this, only narrower, to accommodate a small 4-octave keyboard in a tight space. I need the width between the legs to be around 60cm.

    Do you do custom versions, or can you suggest any other solution?

    Thanks – Jon

  • Keith says:


    I’m looking to buy a mic floor stand / boom combination where the boom can also attached my 18810.
    Do all the K&M mic booms attach to 18817/18810 or is it only the 21140?
    Can the 21140 also be attached to other floor stands?


    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Hi Keith,
      you can use all boom arms in combination with the 18817 or other floor stands.
      Please check if your 18817 or your microphone stand has a 3/8 or 5/8 inch thread.
      The model of the boom arm must be selected accordingly.
      Best regards,
      your K&M-Team

  • J. Van Der Horst says:

    Hi there,

    I had the deal 18810 Table-style keyboard stand »Omega«, with the stacker. Also bought the sheet music holder. But the two together is no good! I do want the sheet music in fornt of me in the middel, so maybe I should have paid more attention. Also I realized becasue I have 88 keyboard, it is not so handy to add the keyboard tray to the side, because it would not fit. (I did not buy that one though) Just tryig to make it all work for me. Anyway. Maybe good to add this kind of information and maybe let me know if I can return the stacker and the Controller keyboard tray I bought with it?

  • ben says:

    hi. how wide is the space underneath in between the legs?


  • Paul Hill says:

    Hi, I’m about to receive a Hammond Stage Keyboard SK Pro 73 key. The dimensions are 1170mm wide and 322mm deep, and the weight is 11kg. I like your keyboard stands as they are sturdy and are able to attach additional items, e.g. I would like to have the sheet music stand attached. Looking at your keyboard stands and stage piano stands I cannot see one which supports this width of keyboard. My keyboard would extend over sides of the stand quite a lot. Are any of your stands extendable to a width of up to 110cm for example? I would be concerned about the keyboard being accidently tipped over if too much weight was applied to the one of ends.

    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Thank you for your comment and that you are actually considering buying one of our keyboard stands. I would like to recommend you our »Omega« keyboard stand (e.g. 18810), which fits your mentioned keyboard model. The dimensions of the Omega stand are 970 x 575 mm which means that the keyboard stand would extend only 10 cm over both sides. This is absolutely acceptable.
      If you have any further questions feel free to contact us!
      Kind regards,
      Your K&M-Team / Fabian

  • Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your reply, Fabian. It is the 10cm(or 4 inches) overhang on each end that I was concerned about but if this is acceptable and will ensure a sturdy base for the keyboard then that is fine.

  • Luca says:

    I am impressed by your line so I am going to build my second set of 18810+18811+18822.

    Can I use the K&M 18803 Tabletop on a 18810 and still mounting 18811 and 18822 on the same 18810?


    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Hello Luca,
      thank you for your comment!
      I’m happy to tell you that it is possible to use the mentioned products at the same time!
      If you have any further questions regarding our products or our service, please feel free to contact us anytime!

  • Frank says:

    Hi, I have a Kawai MP11SE with dimensions 1380mm x 452mm x190mm ; I would like to buy the 18810 or 18820 but I am not sure if the piano is too big for this stand. Can you advise me? thanks in advance

    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Hello Frank!
      thank you for your comment. Both models are absolutely suitable for your keyboard!

      Best regards!

  • Kris says:

    Hi, would it be possible to have monitor speakers (Yamaha HS7) mounted to each side behind the keyboard using the laptop stand or is this one not sturdy enough to hold to those?

  • Garrett says:

    Hello! I would love to buy directly from you, but I live in the United States. Do you ship oversees?

    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Thank you for your interest in our products.
      Unfortunately, this is not possible. Please contact a local dealer.
      Best regards!

  • Lionel says:

    Hi, I have a Roland Fantom 8 with dimensions 1430mm x 439mm x153mm ; I would like to buy the 18820 but I am not sure if the piano is too big for this stand. Can you advise me? thanks in advance

  • Ben says:


    I have the 18810 table, and an older 18813 second tier. If I wanted a third tier, is the 18822 compatible with my 18813 in any way (for example, removing the plastic end-caps), or would I need to need to buy a 18811 aswell?


  • Alex says:

    On many examples, I see the expected multi-layer usage scenario something like this: a large keyboard (or tabletop like 18803) below, then goes the stacker (18811 or 18822) and then a smaller keyboard above. If you need to put something but the keyboard on the next levels, typically 18819 Controller Keyboard Tray is used.
    My question is: is it possible, instead, to use the 18803 tabletop on the second level of stackers? I want to use a small keyboard (Keystep-size, so even 18827 would be sufficient for the keyboard-level), but I want to put a 19″-sized Eurorack case above it, on a tabletop probably.

    Alternately/a second question, is: are there existing/planned any solutions to integrate 19″ rack hardware on next levels of Omega?

  • Dany says:

    Is it possible to add casters or wheels to move the stand?

  • Ron Pedley says:

    My search may be over! What exactly is used above? Minus the laptop stand and mic stand? Just the keyboards stand and 2nd tier. It may be perfect for my little rig I’m trying to set up. I have a Yamaha YC 73 for the bottom. And a Minimoog on top. Are those 2nd tier arms adjustable width wise? It looks like it in the above photo? Looks like there’s a skinny Moog on top? And can those 2nd tier arms bring that Moog down any further? Please tell me the models used to accommodate this.
    Thanks so much!

  • Ilias says:

    Hi there!
    The rubber protection pad on one of my 18811 Stackers is torn.
    Is it possible to order a replacement so I can repair this?
    Thanks in advance!

    • Fabian Brüne says:

      Hi Ilias!
      Thank you for reaching out to us!
      Please contact our colleagues via e-mail. (
      Best regards,
      your K&M Social Team

  • Alex says:

    Replying to another Alex who wrote on 23 January 2023… sorry, replying almost an year later 🙂 But maybe that will be helpful to someone.
    The question was whether 18803 tabletop can be used on the second level of stackers. I have a pretty extensive setup of Omega (and going to expand it once more this month) and tried a number of combinations – I am also in the same boat with a small Keystep 37, an Eurorack synth and another 19″/9U rack.
    From my experiments, you really don’t want to put anything heavy higher at this table – if any heavy equipment stays on “lowest floor”, directly on 18803, the whole setup feels much more sturdy than if the heavy equipment goes higher (I just moved Console 1 from level 3 to level 1 – and had to move the Keystep 37 to level 3 unfortunately – but now everything feels much safer)
    And 18803 definitely cannot be put on second level – there are separate/dedicated “smaller tabletops/trays” for level 2 and 3.
    Putting a 19″/Eurorack on the second floor/on the tray is clearly an option though. This may limit your future extension (to make a third floor), but if it’s just a 3U of Eurorack, it will still fit perfectly under the third level extension! I had a custom Eurorack case on level 3, and the whole level 3 above, and there was a lot of space between.
    If you want to put something like Eurorack/6U on the second floor, you’d better double-check the measurements before. Not only the height (from the “second floor tabletop” to the next level handle), but also the depth (all handles have the diagonal supports; so if your equipment is too deep and simultaneously too high, it may fit under the support handles but the back part will conflict with the diagonal supports).
    Another interesting option (which I haven’t pursued myself but which may be an option, indeed) is… to build “almost two tables”! And even here, you have two options – so flexible Omega is.
    One is: you make a proper Omega table with the 18803 tabletop; and you put like 18811 (and optionally 18822) extensions on it. And then you go and buy the second set 18811s, but also buy a 18828 basic support – which allows you to convert 18811 to a “table stand”. And then you basically put “18811 with the 18828” as a table stand onto another, more valid table (which happens to be Omega, too)!
    The other option is likely less supported by K&M, and K&M would probably never confirm it (due to more complex configurations, so you have to do that on your own risk and measures). But… but you probably can put (at least) two different sets of 18811 on a single Omega table – if they are configured for different heights. Only one of them will be a good fit for the tray; the other one(s) should be used for keyboard only (and some Keysteps are rather small to fit). But it is possible you’ll be able to squeeze one as the “intermediate level” between the tabletop and the proper second level.

    Hope it helps you (or anybody else choosing these tables).
    And I also agree and join the request for any Eurorack/19″ support by these Omegas!

  • Matt says:

    Hello! I have a couple of questions:

    1) Can all three table / tray options (18803, 18819, and 18824) be fitted to all three tiers of the Omega stand at the same time?

    2) Can the 18819 tray be fitted when using the 18823 XL Support arms for the 18811 2nd tier? Would this enable use of a keyboard with a depth greater than 330cm on this tier?

    • Jochen Erbacher says:

      Hi Matt,

      Regarding point 1 – you can of course use the corresponding table top (18803) or tray (top) (18819 and 18824) on all three levels.

      Point 2 – even if the top 18811 is converted to the support arm XL 18823, the tray 18819 can still be used. Then (but only then) the depth is enough for keyboards that are larger than 330 cm.

      Best regards,
      Jochen (K&M-Team)

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