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On Stage Stands MS7701B Tripod Boom Microphone Stand
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- Solid cast end with standard 5/8-27 threads.
- Long 36inch boom with molded plastic counterweight.
- Euro-Style boom with separate clutches for length and angle of boom. Allows user to make one-handed adjustments of boom angle while performing.
- Professional quality die-cast zinc clutch locks vertical shaft at any height from 36 to 63 inches.
- Clip-on cable holder
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From the Manufacturer
- Height Adj.: 36”-63”
- Boom Length: 30”
- Base Spread: 23”
- Leg Housing: Steel reinforced plastic
- Steel midpoint locking clutch
- Color: Black
Euro Boom Microphone Stand (Black)
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 its ability to fold flat make this stand a must for every member of the band. This model is available with a black shaft (MS7701B) or chrome shaft (MS7701C).
Founded on a promise of affordability, durability and innovation, On-Stage Stands products are used everyday in studios, showrooms, and on stages everywhere. Today, professionals and amateurs all over the world put their trust in On-Stage Stands.
The On Stage 7701B Microphone Stand is a durable tripod mic stand and boom combination and just about the best value we've ever offered. These stands use the highest quality components. The legs fold down for the most compact storage. Setup height is adjustable from 36 to 63 inches. On Stage 7701B Tripod Microphone Boom Stand Features and Specifications Solid cast end with standard 5/8-27 threads. Long 30 inch boom with molded plastic counterweight. Euro-Style boom with separate clutches for length and angle of boom. Allows user to make one-handed adjustments of boom angle while performing. Professional quality die-cast zinc clutch locks vertical shaft at any height from 36 to 63 inches. Clip-on cable holder. Steel-reinforced plastic leg housing offers less weight and exceptional strength. Folding legs with plastic endcaps for durability and reduced floor vibration. Base spread: 23 inches Our best selling stand! This Euro Boom boasts hybrid sheet metal and high-impact plastic leg housing making it unbreakable. A removable boom arm and its ability to fold flat make this stand a must for every member of the band. Also features a cast steel mid-point clutch. One of the most popular microphone stands in the world, the MS7701B is designed to go wherever your music takes you. Packed with pro features and protected by a long-lasting black finish, the lightweight MS7701B is a great choice for almost any application.
Top Customer Reviews
Of stands in this price range, this is at the top of what I've experienced.
It's easily adjustable, the screws stay tight once adjustments are made, it's light but not so light that it tips or blows over, the feet keep it steady on the floor and from wobbling.
Seriously, for those who don't need a stand that can handle touring or lots of fiddling around, this is the one to go with.
If you need a stand to handle doing live gigs and/or going on tour, shipping around in airplanes or vans, etc., you will need to go up a notch or two in quality (and, sadly, price).
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I've been using this mic stand for YEARS now, and it's still strong and solid. I'm so glad I bought this!
Not very happy with this purchase, and not likely to use or recommend Amazon as much.
Probably isn't a stand you want to be using to move around, say if you were doing a performance with it. Mine is just stationary in my basement for recording. You might want to put some weight on the back to make sure it doesn't tip forward. I have mine out fairly far so the mic is want to pull the stand forward. No biggie, I just put some weight on the back leg and it not going anywhere.