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K&M 23325 Table Microphone Stand

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Microphone Stand

  • Black
  • Cast-iron base with special rubber insert for silencing
  • Screwed, adjustable tube combination
  • Weight: 2.5kg
  • H: 217-347 mm
  • Base-Ø 180 mm
Type Desk stand
Color Black
Item number 316056
£24.90
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Feels heavier & sturdier than the photo!
Dr D 01.11.2019
I have a heavy RODE Procaster with shockmount plus TritonAudio Fethead and windshield attached, so I was concerned that a relatively short desktop stand with a not so big base circumference (180 cm or 6-inches) would suffice. Thankfully, I can report that this K&M mic stand is absolutely perfect. It is really quite heavy @ 2.5 Kg ( > 5 lbs) weight, thus can easily cope with more than a kilo of weight up top. In fact, when I grab the head of the mic whilst attached to this stand and try and pull it or tip it over, it just will not.
The other cool aspect of this particular mic stand, is the easily adjustable telescopic pole to adjust the height of the mic. Although it does not increase the overall height by that much, it is sufficient to get the mic up to head head whilst seated at a desk with this stand in front of you. It also secures very well and does not slip or move at all.
Finally, the circular rubber inlay on the rear side of the base, just feels quality - soft but does not allow the stand to slide at all. Even hitting the side of the base with my clenched fist does not move it.
I would highly recommend these K&M mic stands and the next time I shall be in the market for another one, I will look for this brand again.
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Heavy, durable and shock absorbent.
Buddy v. Zutphen 23.08.2020
The base of the stand was made out of solid metal and because of that it was way heavier then expected. For my use case it was great for bulkier microphones.

I myself used this for my RODE NT1 in combination with its SMR shock-mount. The rubber padding underneath he base made sure it didn't simply slide away and t also provided some extra shock absorption. I tried Tapping the desk it was standing on and it was not as noticeable in contrast to a standard 30 bucks boom arm that I was mounted beforehand. (This includes the SMR shock-mount in both configurations)

The one thing that did bug me however, was the extension mechanism, Which tended to twist itself loose multiple times when I tried to connect the shock-mount on it. When it was finally secured though.. It held it's position quite steadily so far. Other then that... it is a solid desk stand for the price!
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It will stain your desk!!!
Andu Nonultra 18.05.2020
Inside with this table top stand you get a piece of paper with this notice:
"If you place the stand inside your house [?!?], it may be advisable to put a non-sliding pad under the stand's rubber end caps/rubber inserts as they could leave marks on sensitive floors, for example parquet flooring".
I was 'careful' and placed it on a green cutting mat. Needless to say it left it's mark on it.
This specification should be the first thing in the product description...
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Nothing not to like.
A Dutch Person 11.01.2021
Reassuringly heavy, thank god. You can extend it 15 cm (unlike the K&M 232BK) which is great. It has a sturdy rubber ring at the bottom to dampen vibrations. It feels rock solid and I will probably also use it for live music (with omni and cardiods) in small interior locations (on table, shelf or chair) when there is no room for mike stands. They won't fall over.
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