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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
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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.
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The stand holds the weight well and it does no want to tip over at all. Although I don't use it extened, I did test the extension and it will stay extended without slowing lowering like I have seen on other stands. It was great stand for a budget to get he mic on my computer desk for my podcasting.
That said, the base is plenty heavy enough to hold a lighter microphone, or a microphone who's weight is centered more over the staff of the stand. The manufacturing was flawless and the stand works exactly as advertised. Overall, this stand is good value for the money.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Holds my Mic without any problems. I'll come to update with my setup, but it's pretty heavy.Published 14 hours ago by Tim Brown
This thing is heavy! Which is good, and what I needed. I bought it roughly about a year ago and I still use it to this day. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Daniel Mlacker
This is a great desktop microphone stand. The base is nice and heavy so I trust it won't tip over any time soon. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
I was on the search for a sturdy stand that would sit on a desk without worries of things tipping over. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Austin S.
great price for this desk mic stand... I use it to mic my combo guitar amp... set it on a piece of foam if you set it on the stage or it will pick up noise from the vibration of... Read morePublished 19 days ago by John Souder
Exactly what I was looking for when designing a mobile podcast studio. Weighted base keeps microphones on the table without falling over. Read morePublished 20 days ago by J. Spires