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Neewer NW-35 Metal Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Stand with Built-in XLR Male to Female Cable, Shock Mount and Table Mounting Clamp (Black)
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- Note: Stand is NOT suitable for Blue Yeti USB microphone; microphone and pop filter in the pictures is NOT included
- Shock Mount Diameter: 1.7"-2.0"/43mm-50mm
- All-steel construction; sturdy and durable. Max load: Approx 53oz / 1.5KG
- Can be mounted on the announcers' table with the Table Mounting Clamp (included). Ideal for radio broadcasting studio, voice-over sound studio, etc.
- Note: 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
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1.The Stand is NOT Suitable for Blue Yeti USB Microphone.
2.Microphone and Pop Filter in the pictures NOT INCLUDED.
3.Shock Mount Diameter: 1.7"-2.0"/43mm-50mm.
(1)Scissor Microphone Arm Stand with Built-in XLR Cable + (1)Table Mounting Clamp:
*Max load: Approx 53oz / 1.5KG*
With one built-in XLR male to female microphone cable inside the boom arm tubing, enhances the scissor suspension microphone stand's overall appearance.
Double-braced arms add strength to stand much more weight.
Completely flexible, firmly attach the microphone anywhere.
Ideal for radio broadcasting studio, voice-over sound studio, stages, and TV stations, etc. YOU CAN NOT MISS IT!
Isolate most studio condenser mics from physical vibration, floor, and stand noise.
1 x Scissor Microphone Arm Stand with Built-in XLR Male to Female Cable
1 x Shock Mount
1 x Table Mounting Clamp
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First off it's a pretty solid arm. Yes, it could be better but for the price and the accessories you get with it I think it's a steal.
You get the 5/8" - 3/8" adapter with it. I've seen people say that it doesn't include one but it's screwed into the shockmount that's included.
The Yeti's a mammoth of a microphone but it holds it in a comfortable position in front of my face while I'm streaming or just talking with friends in Voice comms.
If you aren't going to be using the XLR cable you will need to cut it off as there seems to no way to separate it from the unit otherwise.
I'm very happy with the arm so far and will update if anything changes. But from what I can tell it's a very good arm for the price and if you aren't willing to shell out 100 dollars for a very good arm I think this will suffice for just about everyone. I hope this helps answer any question people have about whether or not they should get it with the Yeti. My answer as it sits is a firm YES.
NOTE: Microphone used for testing is the M-Audio USB Producer. It features all metal construction (ZERO plastic anywhere) and weights 2 pounds based on all sources I can see (I'd believe it). I don't have an actual scale so I can't say for sure.
Well let's see here. Before I go into detail I want to list all the parts that are plastic. IF the part is NOT listed then it is metal. I've checked everything here so this is a detailed list.
- Both crank knobs (knobs ONLY) on base/arm holder. Everything else is metal.
- Four of the eight posts that hold the springs are plastic (though I would assume they have metal posts inside - certainly feels like it).
- The non-shock mic holder. It's entirely plastic (though thick and strong so no worries there).
THAT'S IT! The entire arm, the ENTIRE shock mount, all the joints and pivot points are 100% completely metal and VERY well made.
I have no doubt that you would have any issues with the actual reliability of this product.
No I will list all the points of articulation:
- The base swivels left and right.
- The arm bends back and forth at the base, two places at the elbow, and one place at the end (just like a standard desk lamp).
- The mic holder moves up and down and also rotates.
So basically it'll move however you want. Only thing I would LIKE to see would be a ball joint on the mic so that I could move it left and right but other than that it should move however you need it to.
The arm seems like the weight of the mic will be the least of your worries. The base articulation point is solid and very tight (despite the lack of a tightening bolt). So no issues there. The mid-section also is very tight...so tight in fact that even with the tightening bolt all the way lose it STILL holds my mic very well. So yeah, weight doesn't SEEM like it should be an issue here at all.
***Now as far as mic weight and size goes I can't comment on them all. As with ALL things in life YOUR MILEAGE MAY VARY. I can only comment on MY experiences with this product.***
Now the shock mount is very good. It holds my USB Producer very snug and I have no issues with it. I will say that my mic size would definitely be on the upper limit of what it could support but my mic is by no means thin or narrow (roughly 2-inches wide). Also, as I mentioned above it is fully metal through and through. The inside of the actual holder has some dense foam as well so no scratches on your mic or anything. I unfortunately don't have a "standard" mic so I can't test that holder. As I said above though it is all plastic but it's thick and quality plastic so I wouldn't see it being an issue. Unlike the shock mount though it does not rely on hand adjustable tightening but instead on a Philips head screw.
The included cable seems very well made (both connectors are metal - see a trend? :-p) HOWEVER my mic is USB so I can't comment on the actual sound quality of it at all but, yes, it does seem to be at the very least a quality cable, especially for the price.
I actually did end up removing it (by cutting one end off) and put in a USB cable. All I did was cut the end off a USB cable, routed it through the arm (which is very easy to do...it isn't a super tight fit or anything), spliced the connector back on and the slid the spliced part through the arm. So in the end it looks pro and looks like it came this way. Very cool.
So over all. Is this a 5-star product? Would I easy recommend this to other people? DEFINITELY! I can honestly say that there is no way I could be more happy with this product for the price. It looks pro, feels pro, and functions all pro. This is a VERY well made product and I have no doubt that with my uses it will remain a great product for YEARS to come.
Thanks Neewer! You have just gained a customer for life!
1) The packaging does not match the product. The box I got shows a tension adjustment knob on the last knuckle by the mic and it is clear that a pop filter are included. Neither is the case. The product I got more closely resembles the online pictures.
2) The mic holder is a lot bigger than I expected. My ATR-2100 mics aren't skinny by any means, but they fit like a hot dog in a hallway.
3) There is no threading or any other means to attach the silver pin at the end of the arm to the shock mount. It's just a smooth pin.
4) The mic clamping portion of the shock mount should have band-holding arms that are longer on one side, thus making the clamp arms hang just below the outer ring of the shock mount. On the mount I got, all eight band-holding arms are the same length, so the wings that you use to release the mic have nowhere to go. As a result, they press against the outer ring and negate the whole point of the shock mount.