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On Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desk Microphone Stand, Black
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- Height Adjustable: 9-13"
- Base Spread: 6"
- Includes an adjustable-height shaft and locking clutch
- Ideal for home recording (ie. desktop) or live sound reinforcement (ie. kick drum, piano, amps, etc.)
- Color: Black base; black shaft
- Base Weight: 2 lbs
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- Applications: Announcements, paging, dispatch, and court house use.
- Height Adj.: 9”-13”
- Base Diameter: 6”
- Base Weight: 2 lbs.
- Color: Black
Adjustable Height Desktop Stand, Black
This stand sports a die-cast steel clutch and is perfect for announcements, paging, dispatch and court house use. The solid sand-cast base with five rubber feet adds stability. The removable shaft is available with a black powder coat finish (DS7200B) or chrome finish (DS7200C).
Founded on a promise of affordability, durability and innovation, On-Stage Stands products are used everyday in studios, showrooms, and on stages everywhere. In each category On-Stage Stands has become a leader, changing the way musicians display, support, and protect their prized instruments and equipment. Today, professionals and amateurs all over the world put their trust in On-Stage Stands.
The On Stage DS7200B is perfect for podcast mics and lots of other applications. The DS7200 is an upgrade to the standard desk stand with an adjustable-height shaft, and a die-cast steel clutch. Height is adjustable from 9 to 13 inches. The base is 6 inches in diameter.
Top Customer Reviews
What is this, and why might I want it?: This is a desktop stand for a microphone that has excellent build quality and will enable you to hold your mic for recording purposes. You might want it if you're going to do voice overs at your desk, or even just dictate using Dragon Naturally Speaking, Google Docs, or some other voice recognition program. It would also help for Skype calls or any other sort of communication using your computer.
First Impression: The funny thing is, I didn't know what this was when it was wrapped under the tree. I was thrown off a little bit by the density, or weight, of such a small package. That's a good thing, because it's simply demonstrates the heavy-duty nature and durability of the stand.
Assembly: Assembly a straightforward. Take the pole, stick it in the hole, and twist to tighten it down. You can adjust the height, as you can see in the pictures comma from about 8.5 inches to about 13 inches. The base is heavy enough, but it doesn't seem to get top-heavy with that range of heights.
Function: If you have a standard microphone, this is definitely the table for you. It works great with a Shure SM 58, and it was able to hold my blue yeti, no it was a bit top-heavy since the yeti is a monstrously big microphone. Per standard microphones, you can't go wrong.
What you're getting with this order: When you open the box, you have the two pieces that fit together for the microphone stand, itself. And instructions, so I'm not sure they're needed.
What you're not going to get: There is not a clip for a standard microphone. Given that mini professional microphones can screw directly to the shaft of the stand, that's not really a huge concern. However, if you have a standard handheld microphone, you’ll need to get a clip to go with it.
Appearance: Flat black, with no bells and whistles. I do like to the base has a rougher finish, that keeps it from attracting fingerprints and you can't really notice that dust nearly as much.
Build: This thing is solid. We're talking “ if someone were to break into your home at night, and you were sitting at your desk, and that's where the first thing you pick up… you would easily be able to complete the act “in the library with microphone stand”” solid.
Any negatives?: I can't really fault the stand for not holding my blue yeti, especially when I add the shock mount to it. I did not take a start off because of this, since the stand is Compact and does exactly what it's supposed to.
Bottom line: You'll end up with an excellent, compact microphone stand. And one that can easily be used for self-defense weapon in a pinch.
There ARE heavier ones out there but this should handle most condensers just fine.
I'd be a little nervous about some of the heavy tube condensers. A heavy C12 clone for example.
With a typical condenser, you will want to flip the mic upside-down for use on your desk, like the picture I have attached. When you do this, some shock-mounts will touch the base. Make sure to not let it actually touch or it will defeat the purpose of the shock-mount.
For the RE20 guys, this style works okay, depending on how far you have it extended. I'm using an Advanced Audio DM20 in the picture. It MIGHT be heavier than the RE20. Not sure. But in the position that I would LIKE to set it, which is extended, it makes me nervous. It could easily hit the floor. A heavier base would be preferred in this situation.
Hope that helps someone. We'll be launching a YouTube channel soon on nutrition called Despicable Food. This desk stand won't be my "go-to", but it is very usable. Enjoy yourselves!
Jake thought this product would be metal, Jake was right. Jake thought this product would have enough weight to not tip over, Jake was right. Jake thought it would be a great way to take a high end mic and make it a desk mic. Jake of course was right again. Jake isn't wrong, listen to Jake and buy this frikken thing.
Now, bear in mind I'm no Youtube personality or podcast host or anything requiring heavy use of this stand, so I haven't put this thing through the same kinda mileage someone in similar lines of work may subject it to. But from a casual user's point of view, this is a very trustworthy piece.