As a boom arm its very good but only sometimes will flop down,
This review is from: BrainyDeal Broadcasting Studio Microphone Suspension Boom Scissor Arm stand with Shock Mount (Electronics)
Seems to struggle with my microphone weight, and the wire attachment is what looks to be for a microphone that singers [which seems a bit dated with usb ports on everything], As a boom arm its very good but only sometimes will flop down, I also cut off the wires that were inside the arm and hanging out as I have no use for them at all.
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Initial post: 18 Dec 2014 17:29:28 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
The XLR connector wired for balanced operation is industry standard for connecting microphones and has been for decades, and will continue to be for decades to come. This is the type of connector used on microphone preamps, mixing desks and most recording interfaces. USB broadcast microphones are a fairly recent innovation that, whilst handy for plugging directly into a laptop or domestic computer for podcasting, they are not considered industry standard in studios and are still in the minority and therefore the logical type of connector for a studio boom arm is balanced XLR.
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