Latch Lake 24" Xtra Boom, Black - 24" Black

24" Microphone Stand Boom Arm with Boom Clutch and Lever Lock - Black
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Make Your Mic Stand More Versatile

The Latch Lake Xtra Boom mic stand boom is a great addition to your micKing stand. You can actually mic an entire drum kit using just two micKing stands with several Xtra Booms, plus, they can be used on other stands as well (5/8" to 1-1/8" diameters). Each Xtra Boom comes complete with an Xtra Boom clutch, which is strong enough to hold 7 lbs. at close to full extension. The included Latch Lake Lever adjusts the boom arm 360 degrees for optimum mic placement. Say goodbye to multiple clunky mic stands surrounding your drum kits or other instruments in the studio, thanks to the Latch Lake Xtra Boom!

Latch Lake Xtra Boom Mic Stand Boom Features:
  • 24" boom
  • Hang as many microphones as you want on one micKing stand
  • mic an entire drum kit using only two upright stands
  • Xtra Booms can be used on just about any mic stand on the market.
  • Includes Xtra Boom Clutch, strong enough to hold 7 lbs. at close to full extension
  • Latch lake Lever Lock adjusts arm 360 degrees
  • Fits stands from 5/8" to 1-1/8" in diameter
The Latch Lake Xtra Boom lets you make the most out of your microphone stand!

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Studio Microphone Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number Xtra Boom 24" Blk

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Nice piece of gear

This is a pretty nice piece of gear. I use it to hold a second mic on my mic stand (for my guitar). Attaching the Xtra Boom is simple and straightforward. The connection to the mic stand is solid and unmoving. Adjusting both the length and the angle of the boom is done simultaneously with a simple adjustable cam lever. I've only had it a few weeks at this point but the build quality seems pretty high. Once you have the cam lever adjusted to a good tension this arm won't move unless you want it to. It is very solid. I have noticed a couple issues. First, there are times, after leaving the arm in the same position for a while, when I release the cam lever and it takes a little gentle rocking to get the friction plates to release. It could just be that I have the cam lever adjusted to tightly so that might be user error. I'll try more later and see if I can make it behave better. I'll update this review with my experiences. Second, once the Xtra Boom is attached to the mic stand there is no way to rotate it perpendicular to the friction plates. You have to either loosen the mic stand attachment, turn it, and then tighten it again, or you can rotate the mic stand itself.
Music background: Pro Sound Engineer
See also: Microphone Stands, Latch Lake, Latch Lake Mic Stands, Latch Lake Mic Stands