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Atlas Sound MS25E
Atlas Sound MS25E
 
List Price: $199.95
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Product Code: 9999-06189

 

Atlas Sound MS25E Black Microphone Stand

Atlas Sound MS25E Microphone Stand

Atlas Sound MS25E Details
Professional Mic Stand w/ Air Suspension Ebony
The Atlas Sound MS25E heavy-duty studio recording stand features an integral air suspension system to protect sensitive microphones. Height extension up to 62" is achieved by an oversized 7/8" and 1-1/8" dia. tube assembly. Triangular cast base provides maximum stability and includes sculptured sides, ebony finish, and decorative chrome cover. Model MS25E has an ebony tube finish.
 
Atlas Sound MS25E Features
  • Available in Choice of Mirrored Chrome or Non-Reflective Ebony Epoxy
  • Field Serviceable Parts Guarantee Long Product Life
  • Ideal for a Variety of Studio, Recording, and Performance Applications
  • Receive Maximum Stability of Triangular and Oversized Bases with Edge-Concentrated Weight Distribution
  • Wearproof, 3-Piece Clutch Offers Secure, Fast, & Noise-Free Height Adjustment

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This thing's a beast July 2, 2010
Reviewer: Ross  
This is one solid mic stand. I got it because I needed a mic stand that I could set the boom to be nearly horizontal on (to get over my pedalboard while I play guitar) and not fall over. This was my answer. The only downside is that it's not the easiest thing to move, but if you need stability, it's a rock. It also has a cool pneumatic air-ride feature that keeps the upper shaft from slamming down if it comes loose (it will instead glide down into the base shaft; nice touch). I don't understand the silver round bit on the bottom; just for looks I guess. Primo quality.

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