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Earamble Professional Studio Condenser Microphone Suspension Boom Scissor Mic Arm Stand with Table Mounting Clamp Suitable for Blue Yeti Snowball
- KINDLY NOTE: Max. Microphone Clip Diameter is 1.26"/32mm. Works with Blue Yeti Snowball microphone perfectly.
- Adjustable & Folding Arm: With two 14.2"/360mm foldable arms the stand can be extended up to 31.5"/80cm. Match with the swivel table mount and mic mount you can easily adjust the mic to the best position.
- Stable & Easy Mounting: Removable microphone mounting, you can use the mount we provided or change it to your loved one. With table mounting you can easily mount it on your table without any other accessary. Three different mounting type (360°, 180° or fixed) choose the best one for your work. Added with soft mat it will never damage your furniture during using time.
- Heavy Load Design: Using upgraded strong spring, the stand compatible with up to 4.4lb/ 2kg devices. Designed for more condition.
- Better Material & 18 Months Warranty: Made of high quality steel and electrostatic powder spraying tech the stand is more durable and antirust, full refund or new replacement guaranteed if you dont like it or the stand has quality problem. Buy with Confidence!
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1. The build is nothing great, not even good. I'd say just okay if that.
2. The clamp scratches my desk a lot. So I've had to use and old sock to cut up and place on the clamp.
3. When I rotate the arm left and right it half way unclamps from my desk so I always have to fix it. This is annoying! It's like if the clamp is super tight around this area and is hard for it to rotate.
4. I use a blue snowball ice microphone, and it almost seems as though the microphone is to heavy for it. I have tighten all the clamps yet, it seems it still sags low.
5. This might just be a me thing. I can't get the microphone to face the right spot. It sort of is like half way facing a different directions.
Overall I got this when it was $10 or less so it was a you get what you paid for type of thing. I would not recommend, if you could spend a few extra dollars I'd say you should go for it.
I've only been using it for a couple of weeks, but it's already basically broken. over the last few weeks it tilted forward, and I couldn't figure out why, but I just figured out that the whole metal base clamp is completely hollow, and it's so thin that it can't support the weight of a microphone, so it's been gradually bending over the last few weeks, as the metal approaches snapping.
a mic stand should, at the LEAST, be able to support the weight of A MICROPHONE, but this can't even do that. so, one star.
Overall I wasn't please with the quality and do not recommend this. It says its rated for heavier mics but I don't think it is IMHO. That is why I only give it 3 stars.
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Today was no exception.
I opened the box and then stood there holding a bunch of pieces wondering if the lack of instructions should give me cause for concern. Instead of wisely waiting for my husband to come home so I could hand the whole mess over to him, I decided to assert my independence as a strong woman and just figure it out on my own.
Had a camera been running, it would have looked like a vaudeville routine minus three wise guys. I managed to explode bolts, washers and knobby things - yes, literally explode - all over my desk when I tried to figure out how to set up the stand. Then I somehow decided to see if disassembling my Blue Yeti microphone would make assembly of the arm more obvious. This resulted in another explosion of parts and me scrambling not once, not twice, not even three times, but four times under my desk because something rolled off the edge.
I finally wised up and moved to the floor and with the bottom of the stand held between my feet and the middle of the stand clenched between my knees, I assumed some ergonomically impossible yoga position and, after a few tries, managed to apply "righty tighty" to the microphone base and stand. Attaching the entire thing to my desk was a whole other ordeal I had no idea what the pieces all did so when I had one piece leftover, I had a bit of a panic. (Thank goodness for other reviews. It's an adapter or some such thing for a different mic.)
Apparently I had screwed the microphone to the base so the wrong part was facing me. This meant I had to try "lefty loosey" while trying not to pop the carefully assembled stand off the side of my desk. I suspect it's holding onto my desk through some obstinate willpower, like, maybe God too pity on me and I'm holding it there through prayer. Beats me. I'll take it though.
Forty-five minutes later, I was sitting proudly in front of the entire assembled thing, which was when I noticed the weight of the Blue Yeti was causing it to slowly fold itself down, so apparently I will now be recording all podcasts with my chin touching the desktop. I don't care. I'm not returning it. I'm not sure I can in any case. I think I may have attached it permanently to my microphone.
So, my review...
The pro: It was cheap and it will do the trick.
The con: If you are not mechanically inclined, you should just hire someone and pay them whatever they want. I will never assert my independence like this again. It was a terrible idea. The big con, however, is the quality. A Blue Yeti mic is just a touch too heavy for this stand. Regardless of what the advert says, this is going to take endless adjustment to record a single podcast.
Would I buy it again: Well, in truth, I'm cheap enough to say I would recommend it as a starter stand, but if this one breaks, I won't replace it with the same model (even though I am now an expert in assembling it) because it's really not the most durable thing.
I gave it four stars because it will do exactly what it promises and it's very affordable.
Its surprisingly sturdy for its price. its frame is strong and easily adjustable made perfect for me. i had a fanzy one before with great review that ended up more of a disappointment.
Great price for a worthy product.