Atlas Sound SB36W Studio Boom Stand w/Wheels, Chrome Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 3 customer reviews
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from Chatham, VA
June 3, 2011Music Background:
Recording, Live performance
A Pro StandNeeded a boom stand for studio work. Looked at several lower priced stands, but decided to go for the SB36W. Definitely a heavy duty pro stand, all my other stands run and hide when this thing comes out. Easy to assemble, air cushioning helps with adjustments because the stand is heavy. Rollers are sturdy and work well, definitey need them with the weight of the stand. The boom really gives you a lot of reach. I use this stand with a Reflexion Filter. It works well, but need to add additional 10 pound counterweight to be able to fully extend boom with the Filter attached. Any less of a stand and you might have problems if you use a similar setup. My only dislike is the mic boom is in 2 sections and uses a coupling to connect the two parts, the coupling limits the distance that the boom can be retracted. Very happy that I spent a little more and got this stand.
from The Great State of Texas
February 20, 2013Music Background:
It's like getting a turtle for a pet...You may have this the rest of your life. I have two that were from another studio. They are as good as when they were new. Still work and look great. Checking out lots of other brands and decided to stick with what's proven. Ordering several more along with PB15EB booms to replace the booms on some lesser quality stands around the studio. You can't go wrong with Atlas.
from Hillsborough, NC
July 31, 2012Music Background:
Recording Engineer, Musician
missing partGreat mic stand. It was missing a washer for one of the wheels. Replaced it myself. The assembly direction were not clear.