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Superlux MS 107

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Microphone Stand With Metal Tripod

  • Height adjustable 84-155 cm
  • Weight: 3.1 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Included: 5/8 "> 3/8" thread
Available since December 2010
Item number 258531
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Stand type Stand
Colour Black
Foot Tripod
Max. height - min.height 840 mm – 1550 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 0
Connection 3/8" 5/8"
Main tube adjustment 1
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£16.90
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Peter R. 438 09.05.2016
Nice to sing with, after all a mic stand is a companion on stage, it is almost 1/2 of the "singer's stage presence".

Cast Iron base does not tangle the mic wire at all and feels good for me to stand on one of its cast iron legs (any of them) to increase mic stand stability while in close. Try this with any normal foldaway mic stand & you'll get it in the teeth.
The extension gripper grips good too.

Warning though, do find the time to do a very good gluing job on the rubbery feet pads, as like mine, you could easily lose one or two, etc, pads, leaving this type of mic to pick up every noise from the stage boards, including all the drum kit & every step you & your band take, it could also include your PA speakers leading to reduced volume through stage rumble & feedback.

Be careful though, as the cast iron base can do a lot of damage if used with the wrong intentions.

Enjoy guys.
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broke too soon
Anonymous 30.03.2016
Though a great looking mic stand and with a great balance and feel, it broke just a couple of months after I bought it, after normal wear. It looks and feels great though, so if you plan on using it only in the studio, go ahead and try it. If you plan on putting it under the rigorous strains of the road, it'll probably give out soon.
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JensWel 21.10.2022
Mounted with mic on gooseneck for vocal and guitar playing. It works for me, as the triangle foot leaves space for pedal-boards. It might be unstable on some stages and need gaffaing , but havent seen the problem yet.
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If you're a fan, you'll be a fan!
James8953 30.01.2015
Remember when mic stands were cool? Do you? I don't. Okay, so people won't get too enthused about a mic stand but what THIS is, what THIS is, a GREAT mic stand!

It does what it says on the tin, it holds your mic and it holds it well (assuming you have a suitable clip).

The base is very sturdy and the threads for screwing the stand into the base are nice and solid - they DO have a tendency to come loose so you might want to put some threadlock or even some nail polish on the threads (top tip, skinflints!) to hold it in place.

For the money, can't go wrong.
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