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K&M 210/9B Heavy-Duty Tripod Microphone Boom Stand

K&M 210/9B Heavy-Duty Tripod Microphone Boom Stand

Be the envy of all the other studios with the compact, professional K&M 210/9B heavy duty tripod boom stand, which is adjustable from 35 to 63 inches.

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Submitted January 4, 2011 by a customer from yahoo.com
"Solid performer, rock solid stand"
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Top notch. You can't go wrong with this stand.
Features
This stand is a a great choice if you are looking for a durable and functional stand for all around use. The stand is heavier than the lower price alternatives which results is a stable platform for your mics. I don't suggest using it for heavy LDC or ribbon mics, but you can feel confident that you can position you mic just about in any configuraion with out the stand falling over. The 2 section boom is great for positioning the stand close to the sound source without the boom sticking out into traffic.
Ease of Use
The K&M knows are confortable and well positioned. The stand and boom extend easily. The legs slide up easily for storage.
Quality
This is a top quality stand that will provide service for many, many years.
Value
You pay a little more for this stand, but it is worth it.
The Wow Factor
I have learned my lesson with lower quality stands. This mic stand meets all my expectations. I just wish I had the cash to repalce all my other stands.
Musical Background:
Active upright bassist and recording engineer
Musical Style:
Classical, jazz, folk, bluegrass
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Submitted April 1, 2013 by Daniel Silva in San Leandro, CA
"Was good for a month or so."
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Worked for a month or so. I thought it was a great purchase. However, now my Microphone sinks very slowly. For almost $100, that's not acceptable.
Musical Background:
Guitar, vocals.
Musical Style:
Metal, Acoustic.
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Submitted December 6, 2011
"Dont spend anymore than this."
As mentioned, I don't suspect this mic stand will break or anything so I suppose I will be using a for a long whil.
Sound
None.
Features
Sturdy Stand that can hold heavy mics. Holds my CAD Trion 600 which is a heavy mic. Telescoping feature is useful.
Ease of Use
It's pretty easy to use.
Quality
This stand seems to be made with good quality. Haven't used it a whole bunch yet but I don't foresee any issues with it. Plus I only use it in my home studio.
Value
Almost spent a bit more to get a perhaps heavier stand when I didn't need it. This one does the job.
Manufacturer Support
Haven't dealt with them
The Wow Factor
I'd say it looks pretty professional.....
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