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BrainyDeal Broadcasting Studio Microphone Suspension Boom Scissor Arm stand with Shock Mount

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  • Made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable
  • Can be mounted on the announcers' desk
  • A standard microphone clip to mount any standard-sized handheld microphone
  • A professional studio shock mount is included, to support large diaphragm condenser microphone
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Technical Details
Item Weight980 g
Product Dimensions43 x 15.4 x 8.4 cm
Item model numberMS12
  
Additional Information
ASINB007PR4ZFM
Best Sellers Rank 20,533 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight980 g
Date First Available7 Feb. 2012
  
 

Product Description

This microphone arm stand will include the following five parts:
Scissor microphone arm stand
Standard microphone clip for handheld microphones
Crank style table mounting clamp
Professional studio shock mount for diaphragm condenser microphones
XLR male to female microphone cable

Feature:
1. Made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable
2. Stable, Tough, and Affordable
3. Can be mounted on the announcers's desk
4. Ideal for radio broadcasting studio, voice-over sound studio and so on
5. The XLR male to female microphone cable is already installed hidden inside the boom arm tubing enhancing the scissor suspension microphone stand¡¯s overall appearance.
6. The double-braced arms add strength. Your microphone is held safely on this scissor arm microphone mount.
7. A standard microphone clip to mount any standard-sized handheld microphone
8. A professional studio shock mount is included, to support large diaphragm condenser microphone.

Specification:
Each arm measures 9.8 inches
Extended up to 13.8 inches


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I use this boom to support a Samson C01 mic. It works fine now but out of the box it simply wouldn't support the weight of what is a pretty standard microphone. When trying to tighten the bolts to stop the arm slowly descending out of position (due to weak springs), one of them snapped off due to them being of very poor quality. I was forced to buy some proper bolts and replace them, after which it's been fine. It's now a pretty good boom which I use a lot, but you need to be prepared to fix it first... Spend some money and get a better one which works without DIY, is my advice.
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Have been using this for over a year now and it's been the perfect compliment to my broadcasting for Hospital Radio.

Well built ... taking my handling every day and stayed together and strong.
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It's like my third hand now , great piece of engineering at a very good price ,
May not stand up in professional studio with constant use , but for a home recording environment or single use in radio station
is ideal , exceptional value for money when you consider you get a shock mount and cable included ,
I'd buy another one .
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This is working well for my purposes, so I'm satisfied considering the low price. But be warned, as other customers have mentioned, that the metal insert that screws into the shockmount doesn't quite fit the thread on the arm. I used a clamp and pliers to grip the pieces while attempting to screw them together, and was able to get in a quarter turn. This scratched the metal badly, but because the fit is so tight and it cannot be screwed in further this quarter turn was enough to attach them. I didn't use the shockmount, as it's quite small (it's about 4.5 cm diameter, my mic is about 5.5 cm). Attached to a desk it will not support a heavy microphone if the arm is bent, but since I've attached it to a shelf above my desk that is well secured to the wall and I extend the arm down towards me the springs stretch, and this is just the right tension for holding my microphone in place.
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Only problem I found is the shock mount insert did not match the thread on the boom arm... I had to directly mount my studio mic onto the boom which was the same thread... Otherwise very happy. Thread alteration insert required, for future reference
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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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