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1488

Microphone Stand with Boom Arm

  • 5/8" threaded connection
  • Boom length: approx. 70 cm
  • Height adjustable from 100 to 150 cm
  • Weight: 1.6 kg
  • Colour: Black
Stand type Boom stand
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 700 mm
Max. height - min.height 1000 mm–1500 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 0
Item number 403081
9.90
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Decent stand for the price.
Mofosir 05.01.2018
Needed an extra mic stand for miking drums, bought this one since it's the cheapest, and as long as it stays upright and doesn't fall, my needs are covered. After reading the reviews I expected it to be very shabby, wonky and unstable, a lot of plastic parts, etc, but after unboxing I was pleasantly surprised. It's not the sturdies stand, of course, but it is absolutely acceptable, especially since it costs next to nothing. Tightens up nicely as well as holds weight. All the "tightening knobs" feel sturdy enough. The best part is, perhaps, it's height. It is surprisingly tall once You extend it to it's maximum. So that is quite useful if You are miking a room with high ceilings and want to get the reflections, or You want to use it for overhead mics on drums. Either way, it's good enough. For those applications. As for singing, I can't really give a comprehensive review, but I imagine that it would be acceptable in a studio or a rehearsal space, maybe not so much for live applications, then again, if You are relatively careful (and I don't mean polishing it with a microfiber cloth after every touch, but rather not knocking it down on purpose, leaning on it full weight and so on) I'm sure it'll do. Overall, got exactly what I needed, and a tad more than I expected!
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Worth the money
sixpackpunk 14.10.2021
This has been a staple for my home studio set up. Easy to handle and definitely worth its (cheap) money.
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Cheap price but full features
Liukke 18.09.2020
I needed a mic stand for my home studio, something that will stay mostly in same spots and not be used that much.
It works perfectly, the price is ridiculously low and it has all the features you need.
The locks keep tight and overall it offers a great stability.

Maybe it's not suitable for live shows where you need to mistreat a mic stand every day with different people but for small home uses is the way to go.
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Good for light use, wouldn't trust it for live
Konstantinos A. 05.12.2018
I got this stand to check it out since it is so cheap. If it weren't for a couple annoying things I would say it is kind of a bargain. The annoying stuff is first you will probably need an adapter if you regularly swap mic clips, because it comes with 5/8" thread as noted, which isn't the most common thread (at least in europe) in my experience. Second, the center extendable part (the one you adjust for height), while feeling secure, it is a bit wobbly because it looks like the thinner pipe just grinds against the bigger outer pipe. That might not be a big deal if the stand is stationary on a stable floor, but on a bouncing floor it might cause bumping noises in the mounted mic. I use this in a rehearsal/project studio for a drum overhead mic, but the floor is tiled with thick carpet on top, so it doesn't bounce at all.

Honestly being that cheap I was prepared for the worst but it is actually a decent stand for light use and if you don't abuse it a lot it seems like it will last. The plastic feels ok, its parts don't look like they will break after a few turns and it's also not a pain to adjust it if you need to. It can hold some weight too actually and without the need to crank the screws to oblivion, which is sometimes an issue even with much pricier stands. If it's stationary it will certainly hold up for long, but even if not, I feel it would be ok to use in a rehearsal space if you're careful. I wouldn't trust it much for live use because life on stage for stands is tough :D. Perhaps some light use in something like a school play would be ok though. I might consider getting a couple more of these for rehearsals at some point.
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