K&M 210/30 BK

450

Microphone stand

  • Stable universal microphone stand
  • With boom arm
  • 3 Folding feet with die-cast base
  • The square swivel joint has a handy wing nut
  • Height: 930/1630 mm
  • Boom arm length: 800 mm
  • Colour: Black
  • Weight: 2.65 kg
available since April 2010
Item number 246307
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Stand type Boom stand
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 800 mm
Max. height - min.height 900 mm – 1605 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 0
Connection 3/8"
Main tube adjustment 1
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36 €
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Joseph8049 23.01.2015
I will compare this stand to the Beyerdynamic GST500, which is a very high quality stand made by K&M.

1 - The metal base is very similar with the only difference being it is a little lower mass, but it is still high enough and heavy enough to be considered a quality mic stand. There is also slight variation with the mould of the plastic parts that hold the legs, but they are of equal density and thus quality.

2 - The rubber feet are a size smaller than the higher priced K&M stands but still of the same quality.

3 - The twist grip sleeve is a light plastic. It seems lower quality than the regular K&M grip. I believe this could be an old design of the sleeve which they have updated. The grip is the same across the entire range of K&M stands except this older version (see the cheap 25905 and 21070, and the more expensive 21090. All the same sleeve.

Now the things that are the same.

Literally everything else is the same.

The tubing is an exact match. I took them both apart and checked every detail and they came from the same machine.

The locking mechanisms on the boom are the same exact ones.

The small plastic grips that go inside the center pole to tighten the extension pole are the exact same ones.

So the only difference between this stand and the more expensive stands are the plastic twist grip, the mass of the base, and the rubber feet.

The updated K&M twist grip is available on this site so can be easily updated and still be cheaper than the other stands.

So don't worry, this stand is definitely worth buying.
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Decent - but I am disappointed!
slimcadie1 13.02.2019
I use this stand quite a lot in my studio and it is pretty stable and has no problem holding 57s, MD421s, pencil condensers or lightweight large diaphragm condensers (eg 414) out on a reach. But what really bugs me is that a K+M stand droops if I set it to hold a u87 or similar on a half-extended reach. With the little plastic nut you just can't get enough torc. If you really go for it and groan a lot, you can get it to hold - but sometimes it still sags. For heavier mics get the one with the metal pin though the nut - I have one of those and I trust it!
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perfect durable mic stand
LutherD 06.08.2020
I've had this mic stand now for a few years. It's mostly at my studio, but sometimes I take it on location work and gigs. It's been knocked about quite a bit, but it almost even doesn't have any cosmetic damage, and it is fully functional. So it's very sturdy. It holds the mic quite steady, and doesn't even have a problem with a stereo bar and two heavy mics on it. And even though this is the version with the smaller feet, it is very stable in the studio and on stage.

the extendable boom makes it also very useable in close quarters.

wholeheartedly recommended.
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Excellent stand on a budget
Raavem 25.01.2022
K&M robust stand with a solid cast iron base. Height is just right even for tall people and the Boom is just a useful addition. Fine for stage handheld microphones and instrument mics. Cons: the boom arm sags in studio with a heavy condenser microphone, and you have to tighten the retaining screw a lot or hang a counterweight on the opposite end of the boom arm to keep it stable.
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