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Broadcasting Studio Microphone Arm stand with Shock Mount + 6" Dual Mic Pop Filter


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  • Made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable
  • Can be mounted on the announcers¡¯ desk
  • A standard microphone clip to mount any standard-sized handheld microphone
  • A professional studio shock mount is included, to support large diaphragm condenser microphone
  • The mask shied pop filter could protect your microphone from surplus spit caused by over eager performers
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B007V8VS50
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,265 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 18, 2012

Product Description

This microphone arm stand will include the following five parts:
Scissor microphone arm stand
Standard microphone clip for handheld microphones
Crank style table mounting clamp
Professional studio shock mount for diaphragm condenser microphones
XLR male to female microphone cable

Feature:
1. Made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable
2. Stable, Tough, and Affordable
3. Can be mounted on the announcers's desk
4. Ideal for radio broadcasting studio, voice-over sound studio and so on
5. The XLR male to female microphone cable is already installed hidden inside the boom arm tubing enhancing the scissor suspension microphone stand¡¯s overall appearance.
6. The double-braced arms add strength. Your microphone is held safely on this scissor arm microphone mount.
7. A standard microphone clip to mount any standard-sized handheld microphone
8. A professional studio shock mount is included, to support large diaphragm condenser microphone.

Specification:
Arm Stand:
Each arm measures 9.8 inches
Extended up to 13.8 inches

Mic Pop Filter:
Screen Diameter: 16cm (6")
Neck Length: 35cm (14")


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Customer Reviews

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By John Monnin on August 15, 2012
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The arm is a little smaller that I thought it would be but it fits great on my desk. The Microphone cable was long enough that it reaches the computer on the other side of my desk. The way the cable routes through the arm is fantastic it was so convienent. So far it is doing a great job supporting my Audiotechnica AT2020 condensor mic with no problem. It also looks great! I was orginally going to make my own mic arm but I could not do it for less money this was a great deal!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tito on August 6, 2012
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It the arm can hold my microphone up very well, it's a bit stiff but you can probably change that by loosening some screws. The shockmount is the only thing that gave me trouble. If you have a microphone bigger than than mine(ATR2500-USB mic) you'll have some serious issues getting it into the shockmount. I could barely get mine in. I don't really know how it compares to others on the market, but the pop filter is very big, something to keep in mind if you're tight on space. The pop filter sometimes has trouble staying in place, again I don't know how it compares, but it's something to keep in mind.

I ended up cutting the XLR cable off since I didn't need it and taped my usb cable to the arm with some electrical tape.

If this thing suddenly becomes terrible for whatever reason I'll try to edit this or delete it but for now, on day one, it works perfectly well. ESPECIALLY for the price.

Audio-Technica ATR2500-USB Cardioid Condenser USB Microphone This is the microphone that I'm using with the shock mount for those that are wondering.
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By Ross Blaettner on April 11, 2014
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Mis-fitting parts, unusable. Stand broke in two places on the first day of use. Cord works well; however, it is permanently attached to the (broken) stand. Pop filter does not attach well to the stand, either. Microphone shock mount is cheaply made and produced. Unfortunately, this product (or combination of disparate products) reflects poorly on the seller, BrainyDeal. My advice: find another deal; spend a little more to get a stand that will last (preferably, for more than one day of use). This is worthless trash.
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Perfectly serviceable and a good value for the money. The mounting clamp could be a little stronger -- it tends to shift no matter how tight you make it -- but this arm stand does the trick for my purposes, which is recording audiobooks and podcasts in my home office.
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I have a $700 setup with a Heil PR40 and a Heil boom much like this one. I wanted a secondary in studio mic for a guest if they were to come in. Well I had the ATR 2100 on a tripod stand on the desk and my guest had to keep looking down at the mic and it really screwed up the conversation flow that we had. I was on my boom mic so I could look at him while I would talk and he would look back at me and lose his audio quality. This boom solved it. I took a gamble, hoping it would fit the Audio Technica ATR2100 but it doesn't! However if you look in my product photo that I added you can see that if you just wrap something around the circumference of the ATR2100 you can make it fit snugly just fine. I used a sock but a more professional setup would be some foam or rubber. It doesn't hurt the audio quality at all and works just fine. The setup is cheap, but it is the best bang for your buck if you're looking to get a good sounding mic setup for under $100. Boom mics are a must have. I'm buying a second setup incase I have two guests in studio.
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I purchased this product partially based on one review saying that the custome used it with an Audio Technica AT2020 mic. The only way to get an AT 2020 in there is to use tools to pry the clamp open far enough to wedge it in.
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