Millenium MS 2005

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Not brilliant but Okay
MattRimmer, 23.05.2019
Use the product for singers in church. The stand gets moved on a regular basis as different people use it every week. After about a year the signs of use really showed with the metal screw bar snapping off. Good value for money but not ideal for regular use.
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Universal & Cheap
JCBurnett, 03.12.2017
This mic stand is much better quality than other brand cheap mic stands of the same type. Just make sure you don't overtighten things and ruin the threads or break some plastic parts. Get a feel for how tight things need to be to be perfectly stable.
It can hold two mics which is a great thing. On a certain drum setup, you can mic the snare and the rack tom using just one stand.
This stand could be very useful at a very low price and functional in the home studio if used appropriately.
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Consider spending a bit more
O_OBrien, 04.12.2018
I use this stand about once a month to record a rapper. During recording the stand stays in place and the mic doesn't get touched as it can swing slightly from side to side. It's not a bad mic stand, but the connections seem a bit loose, despite regular tightening. It does the job, but if you're conscious of stability, maybe look at investing a little extra money into it.
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boom arm fitting is not tough
Martin T. 705, 19.12.2018
The connection where the boom arm attaches to the stand broke pretty early on for me. It is a weak design. But I still use the stand wihtout the boom arm at like that it works great.
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Ok
Ash1, 15.01.2019
Did not last really long
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Functional
Gain_Badger, 16.12.2014
I need to have a microphone held still at the height and angle I want. Once set up, it'll stay in position until I need to move it again.
This is probably a good use of it. I have some doubts about the boom/upright locking mechanism as it is plastic plates with a rubbery/neoprene-y ring held under compression. I'd imagine this is the weak spot, and indeed other reviewers allude to this. For me, this is for mic'ing cabs. The option allowed by the additional screw mount atop the upright is used for a room mic when playing about at home.
Overall then, I have doubts about the longevity of the boom clamp, but no doubt at all that it is a bargain stand for the penurious, has some flexibility, is very stable, is quick to set up ( careful about tensioning! ) and tear down and if I ever learn to sing in key/at all/ not flat etc, or take to stage announcement, I'll buy another. I look after kit.
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The clamp longevity issue reared its head. I was using the stand, doing some backing vocals ( in key ! ) when I knocked the stand over. Yup, clamp snapped. It's still holding together, but for how long I don't know. I'll just replace the clamp with a stronger one and get on with it.
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Fragile
Delirious , 30.05.2018
I bought this microphone stand for use at home and in the street. It's very simple to operate and it does its job, however, it's definitely cheaper than most mic stands in the market and there's a reason for that: the plastic parts are very fragile and they collapse over the weight of a slightly heavier microphone. Would recommend it for a backup or to use at home, but nothing more as it is not very reliable.
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Not very well built and hard to operate
JustinasK, 23.03.2019
It is not a very good product. It is usable for light inside use, but it's just too difficult to work with it. Maybe, if you're an amateur musician and not going to use the stand often, it will be enough. For a more serious work look for something else.

Other than that it holds itself together if you put some attention to it, so I would say that its usable. Its just cumbersome.
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Could be better
Hannu, 13.09.2013
This is a very cheap stand and I was wondering what the quality will be like when I get it. It wasn't so good - not so bad but I thought I would get better quality.

The adjusting mechanism is very bad and it doesn't always work, the stand isn't very stable. But this is a very cheap stand - you don't get the best quality on cheap, of course!
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KitSebastian, 11.01.2018
For the price of which it cost, you will not find a better microphone stand, however, it is cheap. and already, after a year of use has started to bend. You must make sure that when you move the elements around to unscrew and release them so the arm can move freely. Other than that, it is a fine microphone stand.
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I would buy a better one next time.
chrisrust, 23.10.2014
Update, the boom clamp broke, Thomann replaced it but soon the new one was not working properly, so this is just a wasted purchase. I now use the Thoman special K&M 27105 which is a brilliant value boom stand and ideal for anything but very heavy use.

These are OK and I like the additional mic clip mount on the boom clamp as I sometimes use an acoustic guitar with a mic so that's a good compact way to do it.

But the base is not so rigid so it can wave about a bit. I tried it with my Behringer B205D monitor speaker which is designed for mic stand mounting and the stand could not cope with the weight, waved about quite a lot, by comparison a different cheap mic stand that I have seems more happy with that speaker.

So I think I would prefer to pay a few quid more for a more robust stand in future but meanwhile I'm sure these will be useful for a few years.
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cheap but...
Al 1, 17.05.2019
Useful features, very good price - but it's not as stable as it should and it's very easy to break while trying to tighten it. Would look for something else...
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You get what you pay for!
10.09.2014
Remember this is a cheap stand so is only good value if you intend to use it with not much extension of the boom arm and a light mic.
The reason for this is that the locking mechanism uses plastic receiving threads and grooves to tighten and lock the boom in place and these will wear out quickly especially if used under load.

My experience: This stand has had very little use since i got it 2 years ago but recently I have had it set up with the boom extended approximately 40cm (max usable length is about 65cm) with a condenser mike and pop shield for recording. After only a few months the threads and grooves wore down so it's clearly not fit for this kind of use so beware!
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Affordable Microphone stand but not as stable as you'd think.
17.08.2016
Millenium did a good job with the overall design of this stand. It's simple and with it's Boom arm, it's highly adjustable. This, however, comes with big drawbacks.

Pros:
-Affordable, this is a given.
-Surprisingly big range.
-Adapter support like most have.

Cons:
-If not on a stable-material ground, the base will tumble from the weight of the microphone, sliding across.
-Tripod is surprisingly hard to work with.
-Very weak in a lot of ways. It won't hold heavy microphones well and the range-adjusting wheel is extremely fragile and can break, completely making this useless.

If you want something cheap that works, get this, but don't use it for big microphones and be gentle with it, or you'll just waste money like I did.
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It helps but...
Sebastien5573, 24.03.2016
This little stand is quite cheap compared the the other brands. That's why I gave it a try. It does the job well but it is not to be used extensively: it is a bit flimsy and I think manipulating it too much may damage the plastics. If your mic is a heavy one, the boom arm may gently move down during your performance. Quite annoying.
However, it is light and is easily set up. Great for house party karaoke etc...but not for pro use, on my opinion.
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an ok low budget stand
pogres, 20.03.2019
a good stand but you should be aware of the plastic parts, because it might be easily be broken
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Decent
Ioannis87, 23.12.2018
The plastic broke about after a year. The boom and the mic were fairly heavy but I would expect to last more.
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well it's cheap
13.10.2016
you get what you paid for, it seems a bit flimsy and a big plastic knob for rotation of the crane is ... well , flimsy. but it holds everthing in place. it's super cheap and will do the trick. if you break it, get another. super cheap.
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Good price, but a little shoddy at times
18.02.2016
It does the trick, but it is not the most solid construction ever seen. The adjustment screws are hard to tighten enough and the heads of of the locknut might come off, as mine did. So have some loctite on you if anything falls off. When properly adjusted, it performs without problems. Obviously at this price point one cannot complain too much.
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a first mic stand...possibly the last
Stephane4242, 17.06.2016
When you start a home studio or even you want to invest in some gear for live or recording, you start with a low budget and of course you sometimes fine the rare gem that is giving you plenty satisfaction. There's the Millenium stand however on the other side of the spectrum. It's a nice first mic stand but don't think it will handle the test of time. wobbly, cheaply made, mine broke off after few months, the tightening system between the boom and the stand cracked in 2. My advice, don't take it live and let it set up to your needs in your studio/room without ever changing the height. It won't last long. It's easy to use but it's also easy to break. Once again, on a budget it's a good stand all things considered, but if you are looking for robustness and durability...don't look here.
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Jaysus, 11.11.2017
Prefectly serviceable. Not as sturdy as a I would have liked, but gets the job done.
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Good quality overall
Owly, 11.11.2017
Great for home recordings, but lacks stability and can be tricky to mount properly.
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avoid.
06.09.2016
the plastic becomes brittle after a very short period on all 3 i bought, you get what you pay for, would rather spend more to get a higher quality.
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value product
JasonN, 22.05.2013
good for the money, but nothing special.
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Millenium MS-2005
MikaelM, 23.07.2014
This stand is ok. It´s not the best I have tried but it´s good value for the money in my opinion. It reaches 155cm over the floor if you extend it as a staight stand and the boom is 72cm. There are two standard nuts and an adapter for a wider type of attachment that you can fasten to any of the two, so it wont get lost. The base could have been a little heavier. There is no stop in the telescope rod so if you losen the tightening sleeve and pull the rod all the way up, it separates from the base. No big deal. Just put it back again and your good to go.
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