I ordered this bar in order to mic amps with multiple mics without having a lot of stands around. It works well, for the price it's fine I didn't noticed any problem also doing standard stereo stuff (xy and spaced pair). Everything is sturdy and looks quite durable, since in fact is a piece of metal with a pair of screws, and feels good. It is very useful, as i mentioned before, you can use two mics and if they are close to each other you dont need a second stand, so it is also useful if you don't have a lot of space or you dont want to carry around tons of stuff. The only thing i am a little disappointed with, although it is not a surprise, is that it comes without any adapter for the screws, and the middle hole is the narrow one. It is not so important, but maybe have the big hole is better, since I dont't see often bi to small adapters. It also didnt come with adapters for the clips and/or shockmounts so if you need you have to get them from somewhere else. Anyway for the price works just fine and it is very useful.
i bought this stereo bar for use in a studio for stereo micking of Overheads and Acoustic guitar as well, and sometimes stereo room in ORTF. It was the cheapest one on Thomann.DE and on the internet stores that i can find. It does the job perfectly and just as well as any of the other more expensive models would. You don't get the angle markings on the Adam Hall Stereo Bar as on Rodes one but in different price tag. Rode stereo bar is also made from plastic. What is most important this Adam Hall SDMSB 190 Stereo Bar is very hard and not get loose over the session, don't know haw it will handle in live situation but for studio session - look no further. Easy to install and works as it is supposed to. I doubt more expensive stereo bars are much better than this. Easy to install and works as it is supposed to.