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On-Stage MS7701B Tripod Microphone Boom Stand
- Our best selling stand, the MS7701B features a steel-reinforced plastic leg housing which offers less weight and exceptional strength
- Folding legs with plastic endcaps for durability and reduced floor vibrations
- Steel midpoint locking clutch adjusts height from 32" to 61.5"
- 30" removable boom arm allows for easy positioning
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Features & Specifications
- Height Adj.: 36”- 63”
- Boom Length: 30”
- Base Spread: 23”
- Leg Housing: Steel reinforced plastic
- Steel midpoint locking clutch
- Color: Black
Tripod Boom Microphone Stand
Our best-selling stand! The MS7701 is designed to go wherever your music takes you. This model boasts hybrid sheet metal and composite leg housing, making it lightweight and unbreakable. A removable boom arm and fold-flat storage/portability makes this stand a must for every member of the band. This model is available with a black shaft (MS7701B) or chrome shaft (MS7701C).
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Our best selling stand! This Euro boom boasts a hybrid sheet metal and composite leg housing, making it virtually unbreakable. With a removable boom arm and its ability to fold flat, This stand is a must for every member of the band. Features a zinc mid-point clutch and black finish.
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As with all stands, you have to handle with care. I know you have visions of yourself "Dude Looks like a Lady"-ing around an arena stage waving this thing above your head, but just... don't. The locking components are, for the most part, plastic, and while it is solid enough to hold a condenser mic and shockmount, you will want to make sure you are firmly securing the stand with sandbags in the studio for any overhead applications. On stage, these work fine as long as you are intentional with the setup and teardown- if you've ever met almost anyone who does this for a living at a club or dive bar, I'd suggest personally taking charge and caring for your gear yourself. Someday alien archeologists will find, buried beneath the rubble of O'Jaegger's Pub and Music Hallway a graveyard of broken microphone stands and think to themselves "by (insert alien deity) these human 'sound men' were a barbaric race!" If you take care of this decent stand carefully, it may avoid being among the interred.
Unfortunately after about five uses the nut and screw at the base of the stand no longer tightens snug enough to hold the bottom tube which now me and the tube slides down to the floor. This is not good when you need to move the stand around and causes the stand to wobble, and I.had to remove one star of the original five I originally had given.
To top it off, and of course this happen the day after I put the box out for recycle pickup. Disappointed, as a Sound Contractor/Live Theater sound designer for 27 years, we had used this many times on our designs.
I'm glad I picked this one, for a more rugged environment, this one is a little beefier and more balanced (because it weighs more). For home use, the Amazon one is GREAT. But I trust this one a little bit more live.
The "one handed adjustment" feature of this stand is silly, to be honest. Since there are three adjustments points and only one with the "one handed" handlebars, it's more of a gimmick. Besides, if you're getting a boom stand, you probably are using another instrument anyway, so where do you get another hand from?
Yet off the bat, the one swivel pin broke off one of ya ends too.
I personally have this set up in a spare room that I use for a podcast studio and it doesn’t move... but beware! A Shure SM-48 LC will make the boom arm want to drop if it’s fully extended. The screw and clasp are plastic so you can easily strip it out if you crank it down. Metal in key areas would be nice... but for this price, you can’t cry too much. I recommend this item if you use caution.
Top reviews from other countries
Very pleased. I would recommend to Blue Yeti owners.