Customer center login
Country and Language

Millenium MA-2050

1120

Table Microphone

  • With 5/8 "thread
  • For recording studios and multimedia workstations
  • Black powder-coated,
  • Included: Various screw and clamp mounts
  • Smooth adjustment with spring mounts
  • Length of the stand: Approximately 100 cm
  • Cable length: 300 cm
  • Weight 2.8 kg
  • Colour: Black
Type Microphone Boom
Height 0 mm–1000 mm
Item number 165296
41 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Dispatch expected by Friday, 22.10.
1
16 Sales Rank

1120 Customer Reviews

5 544 Customers
4 409 Customers
3 122 Customers
2 35 Customers
1 10 Customers
4.3 / 5

stability

quality

M
Male voices, something to consider
Muldor 01.10.2019
For the money this is a great table stand, but is had one major drawback: low frequency resonance in combination with a Shure SM7B.

When you touch it, or move something around on the table it's attached to the MA-2050 will produce a very audible +/- 30 Hz tone. This is off course also due to the weight of the Shure SM7B, not the smallest or most anorexic microphone. But it's a bit useless for me in this situation since my voice (over) sounds unacceptable thin when a high-pass filter successfully counters the effect of the resonating MA-2500.

I won't send it back, for the money it's an excellent stand that I could use for other purposes; but for the recording of a deep male speaking voice with the most commonly used dynamic microphone (that needs a whopping 60 dB's of amplification) this stand cannot be used without steep high-pass filtering.

Something that could have been noticed during the design process I guess, but again, at such a bargain... Maybe some elastic bands will dampen the effect, but I need something hassle-free..

Pros: Price & cable, brainless bargain.
Cons: Zhooooooooommmmmmmm.... when touched..
3
1
Report

Report

L
Does it's job
Lietu 29.11.2017
There's two main issues with the mount:

1. It comes with it's own cable, that doesn't seem particularly good in quality, and cannot really be replaced as it goes inside the frame.

2. At certain angles you end up having to fight the mount, the springs are constantly trying to put it in an angle you don't want it in.

Additionally some bits of the frame are perfect for cutting cables, if you accidentally end up with a cable between some of the moving bits you can kiss goodbye to the cable.

Other than that it's pretty much exactly what you'd expect. Put it on the edge of your table and you can swivel your mic around a fair bit.

It could be a bit longer in reach as well, but I wouldn't say it's a significant issue with this product - I'm sure I could just find a longer arm if I really needed a mount with a longer arm.
2
0
Report

Report

A
Good Value Product
Anonymous 10.04.2017
I got this to put a microphone on my desk, because except for recording music, I spend a lot of time on voice chats for gaming (and I hate the microphones on gaming headsets) and recording podcasts/courses/... This helped me to safe a lot of space and I have no trouble anymore with microphone stands for easy set ups when I just need 1 microphone for (spoken) voice recording.

Very straight forward product: use it right out of the box, some options on how to connect it to your desk, sturdy,... The only con I can find is the somewhat cheap XLR cable integrated in it and no way to exchange with other cables that I own. Nothing too bad of course, but this might be an obstacle.
1
0
Report

Report

K
Works well, does what it is supposed to
Kaiviti 30.12.2019
Bought for my son to use with his computer as he was fed up with headset microphones generally being rubbish. I picked up a secondhand t.bone USB large diaphragm condenser mike and got this to hold it. At first I was a bit concerned that the microphone would be too heavy and would sag or move down over time but so far not, it stays where placed and doesn't suffer from noise or vibration - needless to say my son is well happy and appreciates the convenience and flexibilty of the stand as well of course the quality of the microphone.

Probably the only con is that the stand is made for a regular XLR connection with the cable threaded through it whereas with a USB microphone the cable is obviously different - not really an issue but just needs a few mins work and a handful of cable ties.

I suppose our use case here is similar to a podcaster/YouTube/radio DJ application and given our experience I think this would be a good choice.
0
0
Report

Report

Need help?