On-Stage Stands DS7200B Adjustable Height Desktop StandItem ID: MicStdDesk
Adjustable Height Desk Mic Stand with 6" Base
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A Handy Adjustable-height Desk Mic Stand!The On-Stage Stands DS7200B adjustable-height desk mic stand provides a simple, compact, and straightforward solution for desktop and short-height instrument miking situations. Using a sturdy weighted steel base, the DS7200B is made to stay put and resist tipping. Its removeble shaft gives you a 9"-13" height-adjustment range, and a die-cast steel clutch ensures that your microphone stays right where you place it. Compact enough to use in your home/project recording or podcast setup and sturdy enough for the stage, the On-Stage Stands DS7200B is one handy little mic stand!
Desk mic stands - not just for desks
The On-Stage Stands DS7200B adjustable-height desk mic stand doesn't want to be pinned down to a desk job! From guitar amps to kick drums, there are numerous uses that call for a microphone stand of diminutive stature. If you stop and think about it, you'll come up with dozens of uses for this handy little stand. If you record or perform, you need an On-Stage Stands DS7200B.
On-Stage Stands DS7200B Desk Mic Stand Features at a Glance:
The On-Stage Stands DS7200B makes a handy stage, studio, and desktop mic stand!
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Wyndell, Mckinney, TX
Reviewsbased on 4 reviews
Awesome Little Stand.
by from Milwaukee, WII was looking for a microphone stand for desktop recording and needed something pretty short. Originally I wanted a tripod stand but after reading some buyers guides and posts online decided to go wit... read more [+]h a weighted base. I put it together and placed a Bluebird microphone in it's shock mount on top of it. It holds it with no problems as this can be a heavy combanation. I had also bought a On-Stage dual-screen pop filter that attached to the stand with no issues.
May 16, 2013
Music Background: recording Engineer, Musician, hobbyist
I liked how easy this stand is that I bought another! close [-]
Very solid, basic table stand
by Reese from Cape CodI needed fifteen table stands in a hurry for an event, and bought these mainly based on price. They turned out to be nicer than I expected and have a nice heft to them. The only complaint is the two... read more [+] large stickers stuck on the tube, which would have been very distracting visually and had to be removed. They used really good glue on the barcode sticker! close [-]
November 16, 2012
Music Background: A/V technician
Nice looking well priced, but...
by TomC from Chicago, ILI do a lot of corporate production so these are perfect for conferences and panel discussions. My biggest beef is On-Stage slaps a big ugly sticker and a white barcode on the shaft of the stand. So pl... read more [+]an on taking a few minutes to peel the stickers off before use (naturally the white barcode is a tough one to peel). Not sure who the brain behind slapping a white paper barcode on a nice black stand was, but hopefully someone comes to their senses and puts it on the bottom of the base. Funny how they don't show the sticker or barcode in the picture. close [-]
August 3, 2011
Music Background: Freelance Engineer
weigh your mic first
by fromThis stand will not support the weight of an NT1-A without wanting to tip forward. Nough said.
May 15, 2012