K&M 25900 (Black)Item ID: KM25900B
Short Floor Mic Boom Stand with 2-piece Telescoping Boom, Foldable Legs, and Powdercoat Finish - Black
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A Sturdy, Stable, and Adjustable Short Boom Mic Stand!The K&M 25900 Soft-Touch microphone boom stand makes it easy to mic low- to mid-height sound sources, while keeping your microphone's position very stable. The 25900 Soft-Touch stand comes with a handy 2-piece boom arm for accurate positioning, and its foldable legs give it a sturdy, solid base as well as convenient portability. Finished in a durable and classy gray powdercoat, this stand is built to take the rigors of the road and the exacting demands of the studio alike. You'll also appreciate the light weight (4.85 lbs.) of the 25900 Soft-Touch stand.
K&M 25900 Soft-Touch Short Microphone Boom Stand Features:
The K&M 25900 Soft-Touch stand puts your mic where you need it and keeps it there!
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Carter, Mattaponi, VA
Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
Perfect mic for both home and portable use
by from San Francisco, CA USANeeded a solid mic stand for my portable recording studio. This mic stand is sturdy, solid and collapses to become small enough to fit in my carry on roller bag along with my microphones, audio captur... read more [+]e devices and cables. I was truly blown away how perfect it was for my needs. close [-]
January 23, 2013
Music Background: Professional Voice Over Actor
Worth It and Travels Really, Really Well
by immersifi from Ann Arbor, MII'll admit that compared to oterh stands this is indeed a bit pricey. On the other hand, I have very high praise for this stand. I bought this primarily because I needed something that would fit in a ... read more [+]carry-on yet would be easily and quickly re-assembled at the gig; I was able to easily disassemble it and was surprised by just how little space this does occupy. Also, I wanted something that would afford me options in terms of setting the elevation of the microphone and still have stability.
March 28, 2013
Music Background: Binaural Recording Engineer / Sound Quality & NVH Engineering
Mind you, I used and use this to position a Neumann type KU 100 mannequin head microphone, which is rather massive (I think around 7 lb.), so that's why I specifically mentioned stability - pretty important with such a microphone mounted on it.
The tri-pod base is very helpful in this application because it allows the mannequin head microphone to be positioned slightly either side of the balance point and the stand not tip over. Of course, you have to respect physics and gravity (and this is without a counter-balance mass mounted on the boom), but this did a great job in allowing me some flexibility in microphone angle and orientation that would have been difficult with a stand of lesser build quality. With an optional counter-balance mass I can see how this could be very useful for massive mics (such as the KU 100) mounted horizontally, or if you were to use this as a camera platform.
I don't know that I would drop the coin for having every one of my mic stands of this build-quality, but in instances where you do need stability, physical articulation (i.e. to extend / angle the stand in unusual positions), or you have something atop the stand that is a bit pricey and delicate, then I'd defintiely say that these are worth it.
Construction is solid and the finish is first-rate. Adaptable to many mic situations. Definitely worth it. close [-]
Solid, easily adjustable
by Steve Sullivan from Shreveport, LAVery good quality. Sturdy, solid build seems to isolate well from floor-borne vibrations. K & M is a little more expensive but while my cheaper stands need replacing, my K & M stands are barely showin... read more [+]g wear. Buying cheap stands twice cost more than buying these once. close [-]
April 18, 2012
Music Background: Recording Engineer