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A sturdy stand for a price that won't sink your wallet.

The ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand safely and securely maintains the position you set for your microphone to capture the perfect sound -- in the studio or during live performance. The mic stand features die-cast metal clutches and nonskid legs that keep the stand where you set it. The fixed boom is 30.25" long. The stands height adjusts from 40" - 67".


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ProLineMS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand
 
2.3

(based on 15 reviews)

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Gets the job done for a novice...

These mic stands do the job. They become a bit flimsy if they are too high off the ground or if you are using a heavy condenser mic. They will definitely work for a...Read complete review

These mic stands do the job. They become a bit flimsy if they are too high off the ground or if you are using a heavy condenser mic. They will definitely work for a mini home studio or a performance, but my advice to you is TAKE CARE OF THEM. I have had these for over 2 years now and the only reason they are still holding up is because I take care of them. I can tell that these would be worn down easily if they were under hard usage. These are probably not the best to be beaten around on the road night after night or they might wear out. If you care about your equiptment like me, take care of them and they will do the job.

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Heed my warning: do not buy

I would have given this item zero stars if possible. This stand was part of a recording package I purchased. The first stand I received, the boom could not be securely tightened to...Read complete review

I would have given this item zero stars if possible. This stand was part of a recording package I purchased. The first stand I received, the boom could not be securely tightened to keep its position. I tried it to the point I felt like the bones of my hand might break. I traded it in for another. I thought that one could hold "well enough" (still slight downward drifting of mic boom over time, but pretty good) ... but the jam/lock nuts were stripped. MF doesn't sell those, so it's not like I could cajole them into just sending me replacements. I traded that one in for a THIRD stand and, hooray, the jam/lock nuts were fine, the boom tightened pretty well ... however, I could about have busted my hand on the tightening bolt at the base of the stand. It was threaded in incorrectly, screwed in at a slightly wrong angle. I thought I might need a pliers, but it turned out it's just a half twist between "free, move main pole up and down" and locked in position. I could manage it, with great effort. I decided to make do with that one and give up trying to get one that was completely functional. (Let's just say I plan to never mess with the base on it again.) It definitely wouldn't work for someone who needs to keep setting up and taking down equipment. My point is ... zero quality control, these stands are horrible and I would never buy another or recommend to anyone else. Run away, run far away, buy something else, ANYTHING else.

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1.0

Heed my warning: do not buy

By 

from Kansas

About Me Novice

Pros

    Cons

    • Can't Tighten Boom Arm
    • Faulty Components

    Best Uses

      Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

      I would have given this item zero stars if possible. This stand was part of a recording package I purchased. The first stand I received, the boom could not be securely tightened to keep its position. I tried it to the point I felt like the bones of my hand might break. I traded it in for another. I thought that one could hold "well enough" (still slight downward drifting of mic boom over time, but pretty good) ... but the jam/lock nuts were stripped. MF doesn't sell those, so it's not like I could cajole them into just sending me replacements. I traded that one in for a THIRD stand and, hooray, the jam/lock nuts were fine, the boom tightened pretty well ... however, I could about have busted my hand on the tightening bolt at the base of the stand. It was threaded in incorrectly, screwed in at a slightly wrong angle. I thought I might need a pliers, but it turned out it's just a half twist between "free, move main pole up and down" and locked in position. I could manage it, with great effort. I decided to make do with that one and give up trying to get one that was completely functional. (Let's just say I plan to never mess with the base on it again.) It definitely wouldn't work for someone who needs to keep setting up and taking down equipment. My point is ... zero quality control, these stands are horrible and I would never buy another or recommend to anyone else. Run away, run far away, buy something else, ANYTHING else.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      I was able to break this with my pinky

      By 

      from Mountains

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

            This stand broke the second time I went to use it. There is a weak point where the boom meets the upright part and the metal is VERY weak. It twisted off like a piece of cheese. Hmm maybe this is made out of cheese, maybe I shouldn't have thrown it out...

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            (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            3.0

            SAME AS MUSICIANS GEAR

            By 

            from Nashville, TN

            About Me Professional Musician

            Pros

            • Compact
            • Holds Items Securely
            • Portable
            • Stable

            Cons

            • Flimsy

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Events
            • Home Studio
            • Performances

            Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

            Ok, I just had to post this after I made a surprising discovery. These stands are exactly the same as the similar Musician's Gear model. I own both brands. I bought the Pro-Line several years ago. Recently I purchased the Musician's Gear, which came with a Shure mic and cable package.
            The cost difference is about twenty @#%^& each between the two. The Pro-Line costing more.
            I completely dis-assembled both mic stands to see if there was any difference. And there is absolutely none. They are exactly the same down to the rubber feet on the ends of the legs. Neither of these brands is absolutely road worthy, because of too much plastic in the mounts and clamps. However, I've used the Pro-Line for many years with no problems. Of course, I take good care of my equipment. If you abuse ANYTHING in music equipment, it will fail. So, don't gripe because YOU, or some idiot performer breaks it. These are good stands for those of us who aren't filthy rich, and have to work hard for every penny we get to spend on equipment. No, they're not the best, but you really do get what you pay for many times. Buy the Musician's Gear,.... and don't spend an extra twenty @#%^& each on the Pro-Line. They're exactly the same thing.

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            4.0

            Gets the job done for a novice...

            By 

            from New Orleans, Louisiana

            About Me Novice

            Pros

              Cons

              • Flimsy

              Best Uses

              • Amateur Recording

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              These mic stands do the job. They become a bit flimsy if they are too high off the ground or if you are using a heavy condenser mic. They will definitely work for a mini home studio or a performance, but my advice to you is TAKE CARE OF THEM. I have had these for over 2 years now and the only reason they are still holding up is because I take care of them. I can tell that these would be worn down easily if they were under hard usage. These are probably not the best to be beaten around on the road night after night or they might wear out. If you care about your equiptment like me, take care of them and they will do the job.

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              (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Vicious Circle

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              from Undisclosed

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              If you leave these stands up all the time they will fall and break because of their loose joints, but if you take them down every session you will strip the screws. Not alot needs to be said as it has but just agreeing, buy something else.

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              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              You could do better

              By 

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              I give this a 5 stars because one works great and the other isn't so good at this point in time. The problem is not with any of the adjustments, it is from the threaded mic connector for the mic clip. It somehow is loose on one of my stands and will rotate freely. This is after very minimul use. One gig and it was done. Worked well in the rehersal space, that was light use though. If you don't plan on setting them up very often and just leaving alone, then they should work great. For a giging musician, not the greatest in durability, which is what you would want. Save your money and get something that will last.

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              (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              These stands are gold...

              By 

              from Portland, Oregon

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              ...or, at least, that's my working hypothesis to explain the softness of the metal. I purchased a half dozen or so of these stands in a "package deal" for use in a studio where I am very gentle with all the equipment. Four months later, half these stands are half-functional at best. The adjustment screws for the boom are stripped and/or misaligning and the screwtop of the main pole won't last more than a few dozen exchanges of boom mounts and mic clips. When getting this "package deal", I thought, "How bad could they be?" I know now and am very sorry I didn't spend five times the money to have gotten something else -- anything else -- that would've been twenty times as good. Maybe I can recycle these at a modern art installation?

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              (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              SO HERE'S THE DEAL....

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              from San Diego

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              So for the price, this mic stand is a piece of nonsense. You are better off getting the On-Stage mic stands than this. The On-Stage stands and this stand are essentially the same thing, but for a considerable less amount of money. If you use this stand for anything other than in the studio (where they do not get treated harshly), then you are S.O.L. This stand will last you about two to four weeks max. After which, it will begin to lose its hold at the boom lock joint, rubber feet will vanish, and the main shaft extension will also lose its grip on itself.Not worth your money or time, save yourself some serious frustration and get a DR stand. They are worth every penny. Again, however if you need a mic stand to record in a non abusive environment, this will work but you would be paying TOO MUCH MONEY for this. So in that case, get the ON STAGE stands.

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              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              2.0

              Pro line mic stand

              By 

              from Madison, WI

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              It's not a matter of IF this will break, but WHEN. The clutch WILL break, probably at a gig like it did for us. Luckily we had extra stands(the cheap ones) around for just such an emergency. They are better than this. The DR are the best. Buy either one of those before this one.

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              3.0

              if you have a buget

              By 

              from New York

              Comments about ProLine MS220 Tripod Boom Microphone Stand:

              The quality of this is not that great. It slips easily. Although if you can not afford anything more than this-its great to have a stand overall if you are a musician

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