Millenium MS 2002 Mic Stand

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Short Microphone Stand

  • Ideal for guitar amp, drums, wind instruments, etc.
  • All metal construction
  • 3/8" Thread
  • Adjustable from 50 - 70 cm
  • Extendable gallows from approx. 40 - 60 cm
  • Weight: 1.45 kg
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 400 mm – 600 mm
Max. height - min.height 500 mm – 700 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 1
available since March 2000
Item number 130531
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Connection 3/8" 5/8"
min. length of the boom 400 mm
max. length of the boom 600 mm
min.height 500 mm
Max. height 700 mm
Main tube adjustment 1
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Probably better than the other cheap Millenium stands
Riccardo D. 24.09.2018
I have a project studio/rehearsal room, so I need quite a few mic stands, and as it often happens by Murphy's Law, you'll need 8 at the same time when you just have 3-4 good ones.

For this reason, I bought several cheaper/lower quality stands, including plenty of Millenium ones.

It seems to me that the 2002 is the best of the bunch among cheap ones. The shorter stem results in additional sturdiness (relatively!). Besides, this height is just right for drums, percussion and most winds. It would also be good for amps, but personally I prefer other systems for that (clamps, mics hanging from their "tail", etc).

The normal footprint and low weight of this stand can make for unstable equilibrium. I would advise against using it with your boutique condensers, especially if the boom is extended. Well, common sense I guess.

Bottom line: A serious stand, suitable for real live use, weighs and costs 2-3 times as much as the 2002. Considering this, the 2002 remains a useful and reasonably priced addition especially as a spare/backup - while still 50% more expensive than the taller, flimsier and nearly useless 2005.
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jetam 01.12.2020
I bought a pair and considering the price, I was satisfied. After some time I bought another two but unfortunately the newer ones had the knobs made of hard plastic which isn't even nearly as durable as the more rubbery plastic on the older ones and also doesn't feel as nice. I was very disappointed.

Pros:
+ price
+ vertical part can be used without the boom
+ when you tighten the screw, the boom doesn't pivot
Cons:
- the stand is very light and a heavier microphone might tip it if fully extended
- knobs are now made of hard plastic which can break if the stand falls
-the paint can get scratched by the screw that holds the telescopic part of the boom in place

If you need a cheap small mic stand for a light mic (e.g. e906, KM184), this one is pretty good as long as you treat it well. Of course it ain't no K&M.
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Sturdy
spareribbs 26.01.2022
Strong, well balanced stand.
Excellent for amps, drums or put it on a table for vocals.
Occasional droop when used with heavy condensers but good strong bar for tightening.
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Maybe I should've lowered expectations...
Peter V_ 06.07.2020
...but this mic stand is kind of underwhelming. I came across a few different stands by now since I bought it and it's very lightweight (which is never good for any stand), the top element has an expendable piece but it doesn't have a stopping rim and when fully extruded it's unstable (I fear it's going to fall out) and the point where the bottom piece is screwed on the top piece requires it to be fully tightened, however then I can't rotate things around because the plastic cover is actually a set part of the top piece not a tightening element...
Admittedly it's not an expensive piece of equipment and it does the job about half the time, but if I need a good reach or need to use expensive microphones then this is not the right tool.
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