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Basic tripod microphone stand with telescoping boom. Boom is 19", extends to 31". Height adjustable from 40" to 69". Tripod legs 25" on each side.

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Basic tripod microphone stand with telescoping boom. Boom is 19", extends to 31". Height adjustable from 40" to 69". Tripod legs 25" on each side.

Dedicated to manufacturing premium stands for the professional studio musician, DR Pro is your assurance of superior performance and value. Built to surpass industry standards, DR's support gear is strong, lightweight, and uses a durable powder-coated finish paint, tougher tubing, and precision mechanical parts. Plus, DR's industry standard designs make it easy to integrate DR stands into any studio or stage setting.

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5.0

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5.0

Good Quality

By John

from Amherst, OH

I have not played out with this stand yet and am currently only using it for my practice studio. I will say though that so far the quality is good and the product is solid. I looked at a cheaper stand but then bought this one because of the good reviews.

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5.0

Excellent Quality for the Price

By Jeff

from Austin, TX

I haven't used enough different brands of mic stands to compare these with others, but I can say I was very satisfied with their quality and functionality. They are heavy-ish for a tripod, but that's a good thing. All of the joints hold well while still allowing minor adjustments. These are the first stands I have owned where the boom telescopes, and that turned out to be a good feature; When I extend the boom in one direction, I don't have to loose as much weight off the back end, and that increased stability. I think they stands are well worth the price, and I plan to order more.

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4.0

Chrome better than Black Boom

By Steve Harter

from McKenzie Bridge, OR

I would recommend the Chrome Boom because it has substantially better fittings. Was a bit disappointed by the hardware that holds the boom in place whereas the Chrome Boom has a more positive locking system. THe base is ok.

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5.0

Simply the best for the price

By John Ward

from Fairbury Illinois

I have been a working musician for more than 35 years, played in front of crowds 15 to 15,000, for the money this mic stand can't be beat. It is perfect for a guitarist/vocalist. The boom hangs over with room to spare to reach the perfect position for a very comfortable position in which to sing. Functionally the stand hits a home run from any aspect, sitting, Standing, and even my drummer prefers this stand as it is rock solid. You might pay a little more that other cheaper models, but eventually everyone in the band wants this one. I looks professional, and has the balance and stability that gives you confidence that you just won't have to worry about the mic stand.

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5.0

DR Mic Stands

By bill mcgoldrick

from Boston, MA

I love these Mic stands and hate the ProLine Mic stands. These are heavy duty, the ProLines don't. I have gone thru three ProLine Boom Mic Stands in a year. I went to my local GC and a guy told me about the DR's and I now swear by them. Sorry ProLine, Pro's need gear that lasts!

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5.0

Heavy weight, solid construction, very stable

By Duane Scaggs

from Raleigh NC

Bought 2 cheaper stands online and both broke out of box. Returned them at GC store and bought DR Pro 210 stands (Item # 101810125. These stands were twice the price and 10 times better. Folding legs but weighted base. Tubing is thicker and stand was much more stable. All but the two small boom knobs are metal. Overall solid and worth the extra money. Stare sales was outstanding in return and helping to select better stands.

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5.0

Big improvement on the lesser priced stands

By scott hamilton

from Chicago, IL

I own several of the lesser priced mic stands. This is a big step up in terms of feel and quality and stability. Not that I have had problems with the other mic stands. Just that they feel a little "tippy" and flimsy compared to this one. Definitely a more substantial feel.

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5.0

Best stand on the market!

By Cosmo Jones

from Los Angeles, CA

We have tried just about every major brand at our studio. Ultimate Support, Hercules, On Stage, etc. This particular brand and model has been the best for reliability and consistency. We have rehearsal studios, recording studios and we do rentals as well, so these stands get used HARD. I'm very impressed that these stands can take the abuse AND they are still light weight enough that they are easy to carry around. We have lots of problems with telescoping stands not holding up and this particular one has been flawless. This is the stand for me!

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5.0

Excellent Value!

By Joseph Gadoury

from Dudley MA

I knew as soon as I lifted it out of the box that this stand was worth more than it costs. It is heavy, well made, it "locks well" and is not "tippy". It holds my NT1A securely in any position. I am going to replace my other boom stand with one of these ASAP. Excellent product at a very good price.

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5.0

Don't let the price fool you!

By Karen Provost

from Warner Springs, California

I am a part of a small church worship team. Over the past few years we've gone through several mic stands (from regular twist to EZ release) and they all failed quickly (which were bought on line through another store). I talked with Jonathan at the Guitar Center in Temecula, CA. who gave me great help, great advice and I ended up buying several DR Pro mic stands. Even though it is inexpensive... it's not cheaply made. I am very impressed by the bulkiness of the stands. They feel heavier than any of the other stands we've had. I appreciate the personal service that I was given, the tireless help (I kept Jonathan on the phone for quite a while with my many questions), the great price and the quality of the product. Thanks Guitar Center, these mic stands went beyond my expectation.

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