This 2-pack features MS-220 Tripod Microphone Stands that have thread adapters and tubular legs. From floor to top thread they can be adjusted from 35" to 61-7/8". The 30-1/4" boom is not adjustable. ... Read More
This 2-pack features MS-220 Tripod Microphone Stands that have thread adapters and tubular legs. From floor to top thread they can be adjusted from 35" to 61-7/8". The 30-1/4" boom is not adjustable. Black.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Great!..For a While
I purchased this stand about a year ago looking for something cheap, considering i was just needing a stand asap after the purchase of a new condenser mic. It held up nice for about...Read complete review
I purchased this stand about a year ago looking for something cheap, considering i was just needing a stand asap after the purchase of a new condenser mic. It held up nice for about 6 months, but now the boom piece of the stand just comes off...? I don't know why or how but apparently it can't withstand the weight of the microphone. The fasteners the hold the mic at the height and dimensions you want it, just aren't up to par in general. This product is good if you need something in the meantime for saving up for a nicer stand. Believe it or not i would recommend this in that case.(only in that case)
Most Liked Negative Review
Good for light use
I bought this pair of fixed boom mic stands for use in our little AV studio, part of my high school journalism program. The price was right, and got them at the urging...Read complete review
I bought this pair of fixed boom mic stands for use in our little AV studio, part of my high school journalism program. The price was right, and got them at the urging of students since we needed booms for newly acquired shotgun condenser mics. Good points: 1) Light weight, 2) easy to move around and adjust, 3) easily adjustable height, 4) boom arm adjusts by sliding, 5) plastic clips hold mic cable in place, Not-so-good points: 1) Not very stable. Be sure to put a leg underneath the boom arm when using a mic or the tripod will topple over, 2) silver-colored adjustment nut on boom arms need lots of tightening to keep mic in place. I'm afraid they will wear out quickly despite the light use we give them, 3) be sure to purchase appropriate mic clips when you buy these booms since mic clips are not included. I'm going to buy a pair of sandbags from amazon to help stabilize them.
Reviewed by 16 customers
You get what you pay for. Decent quality. Heavy but pretty sturdy. The center piece used to adjust the main post (not the boom) is a bit finicky. When raising the post with the hand turn piece completely loose, the inside piece that actually tightens can come out of the base. Not a big deal. Just stick it back in. Easy. Just saying that there are other more expensive stands, I own only one, that never have this problem. It is a proline stand i believe. Still the price of two of these was the price of one of that one stand. Either way i guess you get what you pay for
They're light weight, and cheaply priced and... they work like an old car. Kinda finicky, but they work alright, and you constantly feel like youre gonna need another once they go. I bought the 2 pack of these. Work fine for most applications but i have used them on kick drums and they struggled to hold a shure beta52a as well as a Heil pr48 which is a lil lighter then the beta. Otherwise for standard less heavy mics they dont seem to be a problem. Consider what you will be using them for and how heavy the mics you plan to use on them are. If you have some topnotch stands already and just need some extras for another occasional performer then theyll do the trick fine. If these will be your first mic stand purchase and youre gonna use them as your main stays i would save a bit more and go for better.
We have 9 of them for studio and occasional live gigs. The oldest are about 4 years old and still perfect. We don't abuse them so I can't say how they'd hold up to road riggers but for the price you can't go wrong. Heck, mic stands aren't engineering marvels, they're bolted/riveted tubing.
set up is fairly quick. look and feel very sturdy. it can be lower down to listen to acoustic guitar. nice
cant beat the price but dont know if it would hold up on the road. dont overtighten the handles. 3 legs do stick out wider at bottom that normal round weighted bottom but stable. works for me.
Bought as a pair for a great price. Can never have enought mic stands in my studio. great quality, great product, great price.
There are better, more adjustable mic stands, so I can't give this five stars, but it's a sturdy, light boom stand that does its job. The little plastic adjusting knobs are cheap and cheesy but can be replaced when they strip. I liked this pair of stands enough and they were so inexpensive that I bought another pair.
Good stand for indoors.
These stands are just what I needed, and at a very affordable price. I like to do some recording in Audacity on the computer tracking piano, guitar, drums, vocals and other instruments. These stands are sturdy and reliable. If you want to adjust anything, make sure you loosen the adjustments well first. Don't force anything into other positions. Be patient, take your time and do it right. Treat these well and they should last a very long time.
I just started a band recently and we got going on buying gear for gigs. We got a straight up and down regular mic stand and I hated it because I kept hitting it with my guitar. These mic stands are perfect for the price, they do have fixed boom so make sure you don't forget and try to move them while tightened. But they are a good buy.
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