The Spectrum Series redefined the portable volleyball net system, and was developed with volleyball tournament directors and enthusiasts in mind. A complete volleyball set that sets up quickly and will have you rallying away, whether you are playing on grass, sand or on the beach. with its list of high-quality materials, quick set-up, and proficiency to endure professional game-play.
While often imitated, Park & Sun Sports is the industry leader in quality and innovation and has been ahead of the curve since its inception in 1984.
The Spectrum 2000 outdoor portable volleyball net system is designed for professional-level volleyball, and is distinct from its competitors with its 1-5/8” Aircraft-Aluminum poles which are durable, yet lightweight, and powder-coated to be fade and scratch-resistant that feature a push-button locking system, allowing you to easily adjust the net to official volleyball heights, men's (8'), women's (7' 4") and co-ed (7' 8").
The Spectrum 2000 features the pioneering Spectrum Sleeved slip-on net, that measures the regulation volleyball size of 32' L x 3' H, and is pre-attached to the poles. Highly visible2" top and bottom net binding with reinforced corners and 6" side sleeves, which distributes the net tension evenly from the top to the bottom of the net.
1/4" guylines with pull-down tension rings, allow for quick adjustments that ensure the net remains taut, and for added stability, (4) 10" forged steel ground stakes. 1/4" diameter, pre-measured volleyball court boundary (60' L x 30' W), and for when not in use, the cord winder keeps the boundary wrapped up without tangles. This entire set fits inside a heavy-duty 1800 denier polyester zippered equipment bag with carrying handles; making transporting and storing extremely convenient.
|Poles||1-5/8" extruded aluminum poles|
|Net||Pre-attached sleeve net; 2" net tapes|
|Guylines||1/4" rope with Pull-down tension rings|
|Boundary||1/4" rope with corner anchors|
"Winning means you’re willing to go longer, work harder, and give more than anyone else." – Vince Lombardi
Congratulations! You have the equipment, now it is time to give more than anyone else. And the portability and quick easy set-up of the Spectrum 2000 will have you playing in no time.
Important Notice And Care For All Telescopic Poles. It is extremely important that poles are clean or cleaned before and after each use. This will prolong the life and cosmetics of your equipment and eliminate any potential jamming caused from sand or dirt entering into the telescopic poles.
Survey playing area to assure a level playing surface and to avoid any holes or objects like sprinkler heads.
Unwind the boundary cord onto the playing area.
The boundary is pre-measured to the standard official volleyball court size 30 feet by 60 feet, with center pole markers and four corner anchors. FIVB or better know as short-court court boundaries are available as an adjustable or fixed webbing boundary.
Grab a corner marker, and place it to define the end of your designated playing area. Locate the next corner marker, and place it across from the previous corner marker. This will form one of your backlines. Repeat, until all four corners are placed down.
Unroll net in the middle of your court. Place each pole by the coinciding pole marker on the boundary line.
Adjust pole height, to desired height setting, Men’s official height 8’, Women's official height 7' 4", co-ed height 7' 8". Repeat height adjustment on other pole.
Guyline attachment, unwind guylines, attach the swivel clip to the top of the outside pole, to the large eyebolt. Extend the guylines out to 45 degrees (approximately 8-10 feet apart).Tip: take two large steps away from the court, and 1 wide step to the left for one anchor placement, and 1 step to the right from the original center, for the second anchor placement.Grab the loop for the ground stake, and slide the Pull-down handle around 2 feet short from the top of the pole.
Anchor with ground stakes, by inserting ground stakes through the guyline loop. Insert ground stakes fully into the ground at a slight angle, facing your court. This prevents the stake from being pulled out of the ground. Tip: use a rubber mallet for driving in the ground stakes, rubber mallet not included. Once stakes are driven into the ground, stand the pole upright. Repeat on the other pole.
Pull-down on the guyline handles, until your net starts to tighten. Repeast on opposite side. Tension until pole is centered.
Lean the base of the pole towards the inside center of the court approximately 18”. Pulldown on the guyline handles. Stand the pole upright, this procedure provides maximum net tension.