On-Stage Stands MS7701B Euro Boom Microphone Stand Reviews3.8/5.0 based on 21 customer reviews
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from Kihei, Hi. USA
November 6, 2012Music Background:
Pro Musician / Worship Leader
MS7701BThe MS7701B overwhelmingly superceeds my expectations, durability and cost. Awesome!!!
from Brighton,Ont. Canada
March 1, 2012Music Background:
Tripod on-stge stand MS7701BGood quality. Have had mic stands before that I paid alot more money for and they were not as good. Sturdy. Serves my purpose well.
from Pitt PA
November 6, 2011Music Background:
On-Stage Stands MS7701BSturdy stands, great look, light and easily moved. Exactly wehat I wanted and WOW what a price!!!! Of course the amazing Sweetwater service helps too!
October 26, 2011Music Background:
musician (semi pro)
LOVE IT!Awesome deal!!! Keep'em coming!!
from New Orleans, La. (Metairie... the 'burbs)
October 25, 2011Music Background:
56 years of working in the biz, keyboards, vocals, B-3, solo piano, band member, recording studio engineer/producer, live sound engineer, buy & sell gear, anything/everything musical !
Sweetwater... whatelse !Yep, it's a nice stand and works just fine... my point concerns Sweetwater... for several months now I've been talking to them about some mikes for my studio... I'm still working on getting the funds together but this place is PRO... all the way. Went to a Protools seminar... the cats there were PRO... all the way. The were real people, knew their **** forward and backward and were more than happy to talk about anything you might need or want to know about... or just swap war stories. A TOTAL JOY !
October 21, 2011
MIC STANDSECXELENT THANKS!!!!!!
October 24, 2011
great standworks great!
from United States
January 1, 2013Music Background:
Works WellWorks well for it's intended purpose. I have a small home studio and this has done everything I need for it to do.
November 7, 2012Music Background:
A good stand for a great priceA well-built stand that is solid when in use and has nice adjustments to easily get the mic into any position.
October 31, 2011
Good for medium dutyThe stands are very inexpensive, and are a good value for the money. A couple of caveats, though:
The legs of the tripods do not lock in the deployed position. Every time a stand gets moved, the legs tend to flop down into the folded position. Then the stand needs to be reset. No big deal.
The cinch collars are made of a plastic. As long as you are mindful of that and do not over-tighten them, it should serve well.
October 26, 2011
Review The On-Stage Stands MS7701BExcellent value for what I am using it for
from Spokane, WA USA
October 26, 2011Music Background:
Mic StandsSolid stands for the money. The true test will be how they stand up to street ministry!
from Chicago, IL
October 25, 2011
Very nice for the price!I bought these stand on sale with a cable for a great price and they've held up nicely so far. I had some other cheap stands before and they just weren't cutting it anymore. These are a great step up from cheap ones and they feel solid enough to hold up on the road for a while.
from Midwest USA
October 21, 2011Music Background:
Decent Stand for the Price!The On-Stage MS7701B is a reasonably well made folding stand. The leg pivot tension is tight enough to keep the base from rocking and the boom pivot friction lock holds pretty well.
This Chinese-made stand is fine for medium duty applications. It's not as well made as a K & M, but, of course, cots a lot less than a K & M.
-Nice size - just tall enough for most studio applications.
-Vertical shaft friction lock collar works well - easy to tighten.
-Base is heavy enough to be stable even though it's plastic covered.
-Boom pivot is die-cast and female threads are cut directly into the die-casting instead of a machined brass or steel thread insert. You have to be very careful not to cross thread the boom and damage the fragile die cast threads.
-Rubber boom pivot friction washers and base leg rubber tips are cheap, really smelly Chinese rubber instead of higher quality neoprene found on better stands. It will be interesting to see how long they last.
November 27, 2012Music Background:
Decent mic standPretty good mic stand, its not amazing but its not crap, it works and holds up well, it doesn't break down too small, its actually quite long when broken down that would be my only complaint, it was too long to fit in road case
January 7, 2013Music Background:
Pretty good for price, not especially durableI used this stand for 1-2 gigs per week for about 9 months before it gave out ( boom adjustment screw stripped, knob fell off, angle adjustment broken). But, for $25, I don't really have a complaint. Replaced with a DR Tripod stand (about $60) and have been much happier. If you're on a budget and it won't get a lot of hard use, it's great. If you gig a lot, spend a little more and get something more durable.
June 23, 2012Music Background:
boom standlight weight, but received as part of a microphone package, so good for an extra
October 27, 2011Music Background:
Recording engineer and sound designer
Pretty OkPerfectly serviceable, but I neither require nor expect them to last as long as their Atlas or AKG counterparts. They work, they're good fill for when I'm short a stand or two, and (at this price) I won't feel too bad when one of them breaks or gets stolen - as they always do.
from United States
March 11, 2012Music Background:
Recording Engineer, Producer, Artist
Both Good and BadThis mic stand is ok for the hobby artist/producer/engineer. I bought this mic stand and it was fine at first but after about a month of 8 hr recording sessions each day and adjusting this mic to fit the artist I wanted to throw it out the window!!! The stand is very light so be careful if youre going to be using a heavy mic and the knobs are easy to strip and sometimes dont stay locked like they should. For a private studio/individual this stand is perfect but for a full fledged recording studio this stand is not the way to go.
from Reading, PA
October 28, 2011Music Background:
Bandleader, full-time touring performer since 1985
You Get What You Pay For - and you don't pay much for this...The titile says it pretty well. These are cheap and that's what you get. It has all the right parts and adjustments, and each part, joint, thread and fitting is VERY flimsy.
I bought two of these to have for backups and for extra stands when my band has horn players, etc. and they will be just fine for that, but these won't survive a single month of road use, so don't ask it of them.
My K&M is still solid after 12 years of 3-gigs-a-week use. If you want something you can depend on, you can't do any better than those. You can even tell just by the weight (or lack therof) that these stands are no pro-grade.
May 21, 2012Music Background:
Live Sound Engineer
Fall ApartThese stand fall apart very quickly. Low quality. For me, they only work on the drums since we never touch the stands.