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K&M Low-Level Microphone Stand with 2-Piece Boom Arm
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The K&M model 25900 low-level microphone stand with telescoping boom arm is designed and built for exceptional long-term performance and durability. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The K&M model 25900 low-level microphone stand with telescoping boom arm is designed and built for exceptional long-term performance and durability. With K&M's proprietary Swiss steel tubing, heavy die-cast zinc base, and generous adjustment range, this stand defines best-in-class performance.
Every aspect of the K&M product line, from design and selection of materials to the production details and quality control, is geared towards meeting the needs of demanding professionals. K&M holds ISO 9001 certification for quality control, and ISO 14001 certification for environmental safety and protection.
With K&M stands you get professional support and performance, and a 3-year warranty
Heavy-duty die-cast zinc base with folding legs
Custom Swiss steel tubing, extra thick wall diameter
10-axis powder coat for uniform surface protection
Non-marring height-adjustment mechanism
Height adjustment: 16.7" - 25.4"
Boom length adjustment: 18.5" - 30.6"
Industry standard 5/8" - 27 thread
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good stand, seems built well and has held up really well. i like all the adjustments this stand can make quickly. much quicker than most any other stand.only thing i dont like is the feet. they collapse to make it easy to store or travel with, but dont click or lock in place. this can become frustrating when preforming live and trying to move the stand a little bit, one of the legs collaspes and you gotta figure out how to straighten it out with a guitar in your hand.