Iron Works Studio MS756RBK Round-Base Telescoping Boom Microphone Stand

No ordinary boom stand, this Iron Works stand features a solid iron-core arm and Vice-Grip boom tilter made to securely support your mics for years to come.
The Iron Works Studio Series MS756RBK is a complete re-invention of the typical microphone boom stand concept. Strong and versatile, it features a telescoping boom arm, a heavyweight round cast base, and a host of engineering innovations that set a new professional standard for the studio. Safe and reliable for the most sensitive studio gear, the MS756RBK is equally qualified for rugged roadwork.

Die-Cast Locking Thumb Nut

Not only does the thumb nut's larger, sure-grip design allow greater leverage for faster, easier set-up and breakdown, its high quality zinc threads and walls are built to handle pressure for years to come.

Iron-Core Telescoping Boom Arm with counter weight

With its solid-core telescoping iron boom arm and removable counterweight, Iron Works boom stands safely and securely hold heavy microphones and accessories. Inside the boom arm, our rod stopper is made of POM, as opposed to nylon. This longer and more durable stopper ensures stability, and minimizes wobble. The detachable counterweight is key in terms of allowing the user to configure the stand with a left-handed or right-handed orientation, while still facing the T-handle in the desired direction.

Vice-Grip Boom Tilter

The tilter is one of the most crucial pivot points of any boom stand. TAMA's unique multi-steel-plate compression approach cinches and secures this critical axis with remarkable strength and assuredness.

Latch-Lok Sleeve Insert

Anyone who has used existing boom stands is familiar read more with the following potential mishap: Performer attempts a slight adjustment of mic stand by rotating the boom arm in the stand around few degrees -- but with an undesired result -- the twisting force is just enough to loosen the plastic ring inside the adjustment collar. Having lost its grip on the upper telescoping shaft, the boom arm, and microphone, sink downward, possibly even falling to the ground. No more. Finally, TAMA has addressed this common problem by utilizing a specially designed ring with an anchor at the bottom, which sits in the mic pipe's slot. The ring does not rotate, so adjustment collar's grip cannot fail.

Heavy, round cast base with vibration-isolating rubber bottom cushioning

Commonly, machined threads are the means of attaching a microphone stand to a cast base. But threads are easily damaged, and if a microphone stand is handled roughly, the threaded end of the lower pipe can be broken. TAMA's simple re-design eliminates this weak link. The TAMA Round Cast base has an unthreaded pocket that accepts the lower pipe. A T-bolt on the underside of the cast base then fixes the pipe to the base. Not only is this solution more durable, users will find set-up and breakdown to be easier too.

Silent T-Handle

Loosely fitted T-handles used for securing the boom's angle have always been overlooked, but the negative consequence of this neglected detail can be a noticeable metallic buzzing or rattling during performance. TAMA solves this age-old problem by embedding a plastic insert inside the stem that presses against the T-handle, once the tilter is tightened.
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Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
Base Item
Shipping Weight: 20.7 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 38 x 17 x 4 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): TAM MS756RBK