OnStage Stands MS7701B Tripod Boom Microphone Stand
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- Solid cast end with standard 5/8-27 threads.
- Long 36inch boom with molded plastic counterweight.
- Euro-Style boom with separate clutches for length and angle of boom. Allows user to make one-handed adjustments of boom angle while performing.
- Professional quality die-cast zinc clutch locks vertical shaft at any height from 36 to 63 inches.
- Clip-on cable holder
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Unfortunately after about five uses the nut and screw at the base of the stand no longer tightens snug enough to hold the bottom tube which now me and the tube slides down to the floor. This is not good when you need to move the stand around and causes the stand to wobble, and I.had to remove one star of the original five I originally had given.
To top it off, and of course this happen the day after I put the box out for recycle pickup. Disappointed, as a Sound Contractor/Live Theater sound designer for 27 years, we had used this many times on our designs.
I'm glad I picked this one, for a more rugged environment, this one is a little beefier and more balanced (because it weighs more). For home use, the Amazon one is GREAT. But I trust this one a little bit more live.
The "one handed adjustment" feature of this stand is silly, to be honest. Since there are three adjustments points and only one with the "one handed" handlebars, it's more of a gimmick. Besides, if you're getting a boom stand, you probably are using another instrument anyway, so where do you get another hand from?
Yet off the bat, the one swivel pin broke off one of ya ends too.