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PYLE-PRO PMKSDT25 Adjustable Desktop Tripod Microphone Stand
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- Convenient Desk Tripod Microphone Stand
- Ideal For Recording Podcasts Or Other Desktop Applications
- Adjustable Height From 4.7 Inch to 8.7 Inch
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One thing I've noticed is that the tightening screw to hold the adjustable stand up isn't very good, as it doesn't tighten very well. Also, I wish the feet had some rubber on it to prevent it from easily sliding around on the table.
Another point that I should mention is that the stand isn't very good at absorbing impacts from the table (even the legs of the table). A good mic stand would have some sort of absorbing material around the adjustable pole (for a lack of a better word) like rubber or foam to help absorb some of the impacts, however this stand lacks it. It even picks up the vibrations of my pull-out-keyboard drawer from my desk.
But there was a few positives about this stand that prevents me from returning it.
The mic holder is removable, and it uses a 3/8 thread. I have the Samson Go-Mic, and this fits perfectly with the mic. That was a huge plus for me, since not very much desk mic stands have a 3/8 threading. Also, with an added 6-inch pop filter, the stand holds up quite well. With the added weight, the stand feels more sturdy than it did without weight.
For my purposes, I keep the stand at minimal height, and it fits the Go-Mic with a pop-filter, so the stand serves me well.
However, if you are planning to actually use an actual standard microphone, and want to adjust the stand to a higher stance, I have doubts that the stand will support the mic well.
I can recommend this stand to users of the Samson Go-Mic (with the removal of the mic holder), but I can't for other users.
That said, even with the metal ones you have to be careful about you you balance your microphone because it has a chance of toppling over, and don't attach any store-bought pop filters; the added weight make it very tippy.
If you get the Samsung Go Mic (Samson Go Mic Compact USB Microphone - Plug n' Play) it works perfectly (using threads not the clip) and it gets the Go Mic away from the whirring of your laptop fan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a small time collegiate hoop announcer and do some freelance voice over work, Holding a mic looks dumb. Read morePublished 1 day ago by smoore
My husband and I started a podcast after I left the radio industry, and we needed to purchase all the equipment to record our podcast from home each week. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Bekah
This little guys are the best. They worked 100% as I expected and they're the thing, fold them for storage or transport, easy set up and that is all.Published 27 days ago by Abbotteo
-can hold a microphone and pop filter
the "adjustable" neck immediately came... Read more
Does exactly what I need it to and very cheap, robust and strong can probably take being thrown around a bit, and good weight in them for a small object.Published 2 months ago by James Cormack
The clip fits a variety of mics and its adjustable for tabletop or podium use.Published 3 months ago by Z