Millenium MS 2003

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Accident waiting to happen
Stefriet, 03.04.2019
This tripod comes with the 'Rode NT1-A Complete Vocal Bundle' but it's not very suitable for use with this microphone. The microphone is too heavy and the tripod is too wobbly. I only use it with the microphone very close to the center of mass as it will fall over if I don't.

Also, even when I have the screws on the tightest setting I can manage, the rods will still move around, flipping your microphone over during recording.

Lastly, the manual mentions that you shouldn't put the tripod on your floor as the rubbers may stain it permanently. Why not use a different non-staining material?

For the Shure SM57 bundle, with which this stand also comes, some of these problems don't arrise, as it is a much lighter microphone. But I'd still only give it two stars for use with that microphone.

Yes, it's a cheap product, but I wouldn't call it a bang for your buck.
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Piece of junk
Yann Lecourt, 03.07.2017
It'd cheap but it's useless....not even able to stay straight with my SM57 on it, come on....
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Cheap, but not worth the money
Jeddr, 10.02.2019
These stands are very light, anchor points are made from very weak plastic. Using them only on very light mic's. A Large Capsule Condensor causes the stand to fall over the anchors just loose tension. Not worth your money, not even at this price.
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19.07.2014
As a straight stand, it's fine, as a boom (supplied with the t.bone SC 440 USB microphone) it's useless. First time I put the mic in the cradle, on the boom, it fell straight down. I checked to make sure I had tightened the pivots properly and they were as tight as you could get them. Haven't used it as a boom since.
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Bad stand, lightweight and flimsy
Clive6808, 08.03.2015
I really don't want to sound too negative but this stand is pretty badly made. It wobbles and I would much rather have fewer better quality mic stands than this. It's an ok stand for ambient work but too light for mechanically heavy and high movement uses such as drums and vocals. Spend a bit more. Trust. Me its worth having a good stand, but this is not one of them.
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low quality mic stand
20.01.2016
the main hardware is made of plastic. it came kind of broken and i think its not companys fault. its beacause this product is low quality. i know that you may not have so much money to take a 40euro mic stand but dont buy this one. its not worth it. because it'll break in a month or so. you better wait and buy a more expensive one. Cause if you do that you'll have a stand that it'll hold up pretty well in the long run and you wont have to buy new one every time.
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Dismal quality , Unnessesarily bad .
07.04.2016
Very very poor product , You may think this is cheap , It's not ! the quality is deplorable , it can not be tightened up at all really , maybe just about capable of mic'ing up a stationary object , certainly no use to a singer or any situation where it gets adjusted or moved around .
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razzy, 04.01.2018
Very very bad mic stand - buy the cheap k&k instead
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Millenium MS 2003

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