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Superlux MS-108E

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Stable Microphone Stand

  • Made from steel
  • Extendable foot for added stability
  • Plastic base
  • Adjustable height from 90 - 150 cm
  • Boom arm length: 80 cm
  • Weight: 2 kg
  • Colour: Black
Stand type Boom stand
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 800 mm
Max. height - min.height 900 mm – 1500 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 0
available since May 2010
Item number 239397
Connection 3/8" 5/8"
min. length of the boom 800 mm
max. length of the boom 800 mm
min.height 900 mm
Max. height 1500 mm
Main tube adjustment 1
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Very good but has flaws
alex.james 17.06.2019
I bought 4 of these. I also have 4 new K&M 210/2 stands, which I consider to be the absolute top of the standard mic stand arena. Here are my comments about the Superlux MS-108E:
PROS
• The extendable foot is a great idea - so simple, and executed well. I bought them for this purpose alone and have already made use of it. It also tilts the central shaft away from the extending foot thus shifting the centre of gravity slightly which aids its stability.
• It is half the price of the K&M 210/2.
• The fastening mechanism of each screw is similar to most stands nowadays, ensuring no damage to the parts by scraping metal on metal, which is good for longevity (and general aesthetic - black metal with silver scrapes does not look good).

CONS:
• The thread of the mount screw does not fit any cuffs or clip brackets!! This is a MAJOR issue; I don't know how they've managed this as I'm sure it's a universal fitting. It screws in a few millimetres before stiffening and jamming completely. Once jammed it is secure, but needed a pair of pliers to release again.
• The boom arm was not quite straight on all 4 of the stands I ordered. Only slightly but makes a difference!
• The pivot is secured by a handle (like most cheaper stands nowadays), rather than a bar (like in the K&M 210/2), which over time will make securing the boom arm angle more difficult - the extra centimetre or so in a bar allows much more torque and thus much more secure fastenings.
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The best value option
barkl0r 21.01.2020
I am apparently quite hard on mic stands - this Superlux has been great, and stands my abuse where the cheap Millenium ones (and some K&M ones) don't. The friction clamp holds well, it holds my heavier tube mics easily and has the advantage of the extending leg. This stabilises the unit if you add more load to it. It extends well (vertically) and feels fairly well put together.

Pros:
Cheap
Stable
Sturdy
Cheap
Flexible

Cons:
None really, at this price point.

I have some better counter-weighted stands, but they are big and cumbersome. This, more often, is the stand I will use - live and when recording. I love well made products that are priced to be easily, and affordably replaced. Highly recommended for those exact reasons - it isn't the best stand ever made, but for the price and utility - this is a total winner.

In terms of what weight it can handle fairly happily (my heaviest mics):

ELA M251
Rode NTK
Barkley Infinity ribbon ;)
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Versitale stand for afordable price
Jurgen Zatan 14.06.2019
When I got this mic, I was surprised by the weight of the steel, since it feels nice and sturdy. I use this stand for recording songs, the handling is great, since I loaded two microphones in the head area. The stand holds well, the handle doesn't spin or drop, it holds in place.

The added support for wire is great for tidiness, the cables are not flapping around.

The unit comes assembled and ready to go. It's easy to set it up, and use it for both vocals or recording. When you're done, and compact it down, it won't take up, much of your precious studio size.

As of cons, I guess it's quite heavy, which really isn't a con, since it usually means, that the used metals are of greater quality. The plastic looks kinda flimsy, but it still holds together. The lower tripod of the stand can be quite unstable if you set it up improperly, so set it up, and test the balance. If you're a guitarist/vocalist, it's easy to trip this thing over.

When I bought this thing, I was afraid, that I couldn't use it as vocal mic stand (I'm a pretty tall guy, about 195cm/6"), but I can easily use it, and recommend this, to even taller musicians.
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Solid
Anonymous 02.04.2017
I got this microphone stand with boom arm so it can hold my condenser microphone (the t.bone EM9900) for me while shooting videos at my studio. The price was really awesme so I decided to go for it. There was nothing to lose :)
It's actually a pretty good stand. It's build quality is good not the best of course but great for that type of price. The stand is solid, sturdy and most importanlty of course holds the mic without any troubles. That's what a mic stand should do right? And my mic is considerably long. It's also pretty easy to setup and move on with your work. I don't think you will get anything better in that price range so my advice is just go with it and you won't regret it.

Hope that helps you make your decision :)
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