Not quite up the exacting standards of the rest of the K & M range
I have to admit to be being a bit disappointed in this one particular product in the K & M range, which is a great shame as I am usually more than happy with the rest of their offerings.
My main disappointment stems from two overriding factors: 1. Lack of weight in the base which makes the stand less stable than it could be. What happened to the really heavy stands that didn't need a sand bag for stabilisation? 2. There is an issue with thread in the base / pole which means the pole can be turned infinitely without ever locking into place. Perhaps I was just unlucky and should have sent it back, but who's to say?!
Still using this day. Really stable and comfortable. Since I am a guitar player, find this very comfortable to work with. The color has come off a bit, but nothing too bad.
Pros. 1. Stable. Stability on this microphone stands is really great. I have hit it with my head on accident as well as smacked it with the my guitar's head-stock a few too many times, but every time it stood straight and barely shifted or moved. 2. Descent weight. With the steady cast-iron base comes a bit of weight, bur relatively to small to notice. Easy to carry out. 3. Easy to set up. Consists of couple of parts and it does not take a master's degree in engineering to set it up, haha.
Cons. 1. Not much bad I could say about this microphone stand, other than the color and the material around the steel tube started to come off after a doing a couple of shows on the road.
As a guitarist, this was a perfect fit for me. Incredibly stable table, has a descent weight and it is relatively easy to set up. The material and color has come off a bit, but nothing so bad It could not be used.
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