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On-Stage Stands SMS7650 Hex-Base Studio Boom Stand
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The Hex-Base Studio Boom Stand is designed with professional recording musicians in mind. It is equipped with two straight boom shafts that can be at...Click To Read More About This Product
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A versatile boom for pro or project studios.
The Hex-Base Studio Boom Stand is designed with professional recording musicians in mind. It is equipped with two straight boom shafts that can be attached for studio recording. Or remove the front boom and use the back boom for project studio work. The boom arm slides effortlessly through the 1" square housing and locks with a tension knob. Boom angle adjusts with a 40-tooth clutch. The 17 lb. patented base is a step above the rest as it provides a low center of gravity, giving it stability even when moved. Also includes removable casters.
- Patented Hex-Base with removable casters provides stability and mobility
- Three Section vertical shaft adjusts from 40"-82"
- 40-tooth boom clutch adjusts boom angle and locks securely
- 82" Boom with 7 lb. sliding counterweight
- 3 Telescoping shafts with two large friction locking knobs
- A solid steel lug connects the shaft to the base
- 7 lb. sliding counterweight with locking threaded knob
SMS7650 Hex-Base Studio Boom Stand
- Height Adj.: 40"-82"
Boom length: 82" with 7" arm extension
Base spread (with casters): 24"
Base spread (without casters): 18"
Base weight: 17 lbs.
Total stand weight: 40 lbs.
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...to get the job done well the first time. I've used this stand in live, jam, and recording situations for drum overheads, drummer vocals, and choral/instrumental recording - it's great.Feature-wise: strong/black finish, heavy/sturdy base, strong stand/boom, nicely-sized adjustment knobs, lockable swivel wheels, movable/removable counterweight for heavier condenser microphones, and a posi-lok mini boom. (Something that they don't tell you in the description is that, on the long boom section of the stand, they've included many little wire clips to secure microphone cables - no cables in the way!) The only thing I would change about this stand would be the size of its wheels (having larger wheels would be nice, but in the studio it doesn't make much of a difference).If you do plan on recording with this stand, putting a piece of carpet underneath of the base isn't a bad idea to reduce the pickup of floor vibrations. (I didn't have any issues, but it's always a good idea!)Overall, this stand is just fantastic. I plan on acquiring one of my own very soon (it'll be around for years). My friend did not hesitate when making this purchase, and neither should you.