On-Stage Stands MS9701TB+ Heavy-Duty Tele-Boom Mic Stand Reviews3.8/5.0 based on 10 customer reviews
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from New Orleans, La.
December 28, 2012Music Background:
Great Stand !Heavy duty and stable. Extends to proper position no matter where it's placed.
December 2, 2011
On-stage Stand ms9701tbThe ms9701tb was a pleasant surprise. Very affordable, rugged and easy to set up. It has a nice wide tripod base that's very stable and when you get everything positioned the way you want, it doesn't'creep.' I would reccomend this microphone stand to any musician whether beginner or professional.
from Claude, TX
May 2, 2013Music Background:
Hobbyist. Play in Church.
Very Good StandThis is a very good stand, and heavily made. "9 lbs of steel" is written on the box it came in. I find it very sturdy, and the quality looks to be top flight. It seems to be quite large when employed, but it folds up into a very small, easy to manage size for storage, or transportation. I recommend it to anyone who needs a boom stand. I might buy another soon!
from On the Coast
September 17, 2008Music Background:
Composer Arranger and more.....
Great Mic stand and boomThis mic stand is so easy to use, I wonder why I didn't buy it sooner! It sits out of the way when not in use, and swings right out when I need it! Doesn't sag, and holds my mic right where I want it. Now it's easier to focus on the music, the sound, the experience, and the feel of my songs without having to wonder why doesn't this mic stay in place. I bought this to go along with a newer mic from Sweetwater, and it is serving me well! If only it had a music stand, and could turn the pages........
from New York
April 16, 2013Music Background:
The best.Excellent for live performance. I recommend it.
January 10, 2013Music Background:
FinallyFinally found a mic stand heavy enough to actually stand up. Good tough construction.
June 19, 2012
Seems solid - tip for installing the boomJust got 2 of these and they seem like they're going to work great. I was having some trouble threading the boom on to the stand and was afraid I'd cross thread it. My solution was to put a little petroleum jelly on the the threaded part of the stand, and then the boom went on really smoothly without worry of cross threading.
from Denver, CO
December 16, 2011Music Background:
Voice Over Actor, Project Studio Engineer, Musician.
Decent stand for the moneyOverall this mic stand is decent. It offers multiple adjustments that allow you to angle a microphone in precise areas. Unfortunately I've experienced the same problems as a previous reviewer. When fully extending the boom or hanging a microphone horizontally the arm will sag quickly. This is after very little use, practically brand new. I plan on buying a more expensive stand to accomplish longer arm microphone positioning.
from Everson Wa USA
May 9, 2009Music Background:
Drummer ,Live Sound for Worship
Good stand if you do not need full extensionI purchased 2 of these stands over a year ago . They have worked ok except that at full extension when I come back after setting them a couple hours later the mic is now on the key board instead of in the air. I have been pulling wrenches for 36 year and can't get the clutches tight enough to stay up if i pull any harder they are going to break or strip the threads.
November 12, 2012Music Background:
Not sure why its called 'heavy-duty'If this is supposed to be the 'heavy-duty' stand from on-stage stands I would hate to see their regular ones. It would be great for live use but it is highly insufficient in the studio, especially if you're putting any weight on it (like a reflexion filter)