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On Stage DS7200B Adjustable Desk Microphone Stand, Black

4.5 out of 5 stars 540 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Color: Black

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.

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Color:Black
Item Weight 1 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.6 x 6.5 x 2.1 inches
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B0002M3OVI
Item model number DS7200B
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4.5 out of 5 stars 540 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #317 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#11 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Microphones > Accessories > Stands
#167 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment
Date first available at Amazon.com April 13, 2004

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Color: Black
I bought this stand a few months ago and it has held up quite well. For only $12.00 it is a steal, the stand is extremely sturdy and pretty heavy. I have used it with multiple mics such as the Audio Technica 2020 with the Samson SP01 shock-mount, a Rode K2, a Studio Projects C1 and a neumann TLM 103. I have not had any problems and the stand is heavy enough to use with basically any mic. I was not going to write a review for this product but I came across another review that stated "I purchased this stand as people had reviewed this to work with a AT2020 with a SP01 shockmount. Mine must have been missing a part as it does not connect no matter what I try. " THIS IS ABSOLUTELY FALSE. The Samson SP01 shock-mount works perfectly with this stand ( as any shock-mount or mic would, since the threading is a standard size). I just wanted to clear that up so that there would not be any confusion. Also almost every shock-mount has an adapter in the mount ( where the shock-mount connects to the mic stand) that is slightly smaller than most US mic stands, BUT THIS COMES OUT!! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS TAKE A COIN AND UNSCREW IT FROM THE SHOCK-MOUNT. After the adapter is out the Samson SP01 will connect to this stand. I highly recommend this product.
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Length: 0:49 Mins
Total weight of microphone stand is 2.75 pounds.
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I purchased this stand to attach my Samson SP01 Shockmount Spider Mount for Condenser Mics and Samson C01 Large Diaphragm Vocal Condenser Microphone. I also attached the Nady MPF-6 6-Inch Clamp On Microphone Pop Filter.

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.
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I purchased this microphone stand to use with a large diaphragm recording microphone in a shock mount. While it only functions moderately well for this purpose, as the base is not heavy enough to completely counterbalance the microphone and microphone mount, I would have to believe it was not designed for the purpose I am using it for, so I'm not judging it based on my "off-label" use.

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.
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The design apparently has changed. Because it doesn't look anything like the package both online and the packed box it came with. I do not recommend this at all, as it cannot hold any amount of weight without sliding down. Avoid this at all costs.
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OnStage changed their design for this microphone and they have yet to change the packaging or marketing material. The item currently pictured does not look like their new design. I specifically bought this item because I thought I was buying a stand to match other stands previously purchased. But, this design is different.
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It's a compact metal height-adjustable stable-based thingy to mount a microphone upon (or anything else with a 5/8" thread mount). There are five non-skid pads on the bottom that actually make this mic stand more stable than the 3-footed floor stand I was using before. If you are looking for such a thing in a black finish, this particular model might be the one for you. It works great for my application, which is elevating a microphone 13.5" over the surface of my desk. I'm happy with it.
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I received this microphone as a gift for Christmas because I was just entering into audiobook narration, and needed a stand to hold my microphone.

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.
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