Millenium MS 2003

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Not very recommended
Heka, 09.01.2019
I have a couple of these and I have gotten them in sets with microphones and I must say, if they weren't so cheap I would stay away. The tightening is kinda wonky and I have broken one as a result of overtightening beacuse it wouldn't stay in place. For micing amps and, to a degree, drums they do their job okay after you have somehow gotten them were you want them, but for vocals I recommend a quality stand. Quick small changes are not ideal with this stand. Also, for more heavy mics, like Shure SM7B, you can't bring the boom very far of center or it'll just drop.

If you are actually reading reviews of stands, you probably want a better one.
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A.V.S.C., 04.06.2019
The screw won't tighten the adjusted hight of the stand.
I think I overtightened it even if I vas very careful.
This happened at the first use.
I bought two stands. The other one is so far ok.
I know it's cheap, but it should work anyway.
I dont recomend this stand at all.
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Not good enough
RiccaFerr, 06.06.2019
The first junction (between the feet and the vertical tube) are not that stable.
For recording purposes might work fine, but for live gigs I don't believe it would last longer.
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Uneven legs
Mr.skewdy, 02.02.2019
One of the legs goes lower than other two. As a consequence, the stand skews to one side. Probably a manufacturing defect, but still not cool at all.
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Piece broke on first use
Edgar_F, 31.05.2019
The piece for tightening the height of the mic broke on first use. It's made of cheap plastic. It should be of metal or a harder plastic. Really poor quality.
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Not very sturdy
Samdh, 15.04.2018
The stand is definitely not meant for heavy use. Within 3 weeks of using it in my home studio, some of the brackets and fittings had begun to come loose and so the stand wouldn't stay in place! Thomann were very quick and effective to send out a replacement, which I now have set up in one position and don't ever plan on moving it! I think it is meant for this kind of lighter use. For the price, you get what you pay for. If you're looking for a stronger and sturdier stand, you'll have to pay more. Otherwise, it's okay for the money you spend.
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Not Durable
17.08.2016
I used it just 2 times and its already broken with top boom clamp. not solid not recommend. wont buy this again
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Cheap Mic Stand
CatherineW, 19.07.2013
I felt that the handling was poor on this stand and the tightener loosened very easily. It kept falling over as a result and damaged the microphone which was on it. Eventually the boom broke off from the stand and the stand had to be glued which was no use. The stand lasted one year before it broke however, so if you are looking for a cheap stand for a temporary period of time it is perfect.
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Cheap
manitari666, 09.08.2017
I have this mic stand and it can hold a mic without real problems.The quality is poor though.
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Unstable
13.03.2014
I've got three of these and the upper arm is terribly hard to keep fixed in place. The same goes for the part keeping the microphone upright. Bring some duct tape if you are using this stand during a gig. If you've got enough money to buy a more expensive stand then I'd recommend it.
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With stands you really get what you pay for
Kimi, 06.10.2015
The build quality of millenium stands really isnt that great. The joints and hinges are a bit flimsy and the plastic bits seem to be made out of cheap and easy to break plastic. This stand would be okay to use at home or at the studio but on live enviroment this stand is way too weak and unstable. In stands it seem to be the case you get what you pay for and i could easily justify spending three to fives times more on a reliable stand you could use for years or even decades. I understand not everybody needs a high quality stand so i see this product is on the market.
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Inferior quality
ErikF, 02.12.2013
Unfortunately the 3/8" was a bit smaller than 3/8" so it did not feel ok to use. I returned without problems. Maybe I have graded this product too hard with respect to the price. There is no free lunch...
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Not perfect but fine.
Ryan B., 26.07.2014
Bought this to use with my large diaphragm condenser mic. Building the stand up was very easy. I was however unable to get the stand to hold the microphone without arching over, the microphone is a Rode NT1 which is overly heavily. This stand is just not suitable for mics of that type without some form of counter-weight.

The handling on this stand wasn't the best and came lose a lot. If you are just looking a cheap stand or bedroom use and not with big microphones this should do fine. I wouldn't recommend it for any microphones you need kept high up (overheads), or on a live stage.
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so so
09.10.2014
I like Millenium stands, cause the price is good, but quality should be better.
I will be broaken after 2-3 years.

I recommend this one on;y for rephearsal studios , wher You don't change the position and height for the mic.
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Jord5463, 31.05.2019
The threading of the screw for the boom arm was worn and wouldn't lock on opening the product. Which was disappointing but overall it seems very sturdy
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Not Good. Buy better ones if you can
misterong, 16.05.2013
I bought 6 of these and 3 broke within a few days. The screw holding the boom trips its thread thomann i you tighten it up too much. Not worth returning them from UK for the price they are so a total waste of my money. I have managed to salvage a few by using them as parts to fix other broken ones. Spend more on mic stands. That is thomann the moral!
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John335, 26.06.2014
Quality well below par, but you get what you pay for I guess, I suspect with regular use it will not last very long. Buy cheap buy twice!
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11.01.2017
Poorish quality mic stand. Legs are not perfectly symmetric, the vertical bar is not at all vertical. I would not put one of my more fragile ribbon microphones on this stand, but usable for eg. an SM57.
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