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On-Stage Stands MBP7000
On-Stage Stands MBP7000
 
List Price: $86.99
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Product Code: 9999-13207

 

On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole

On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole

On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole Details

On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole is designed for durability and performance and is a great solution for ENG, EFP and other field recording applications. On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole is machined from a sturdy and lightweight aluminum, which allows you to mount your microphone securely and follow your sound source with ease. Three telescopic rods utilize a twist-and-lock system; creating quick, simple and efficient settings extending the length from 3.1-8.1??.


On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole Features


  • Great solution for ENG, EFP and other field recording applications
  • Follow your sound source with ease
  • Standard 5/8?-27 threads with solid brass male end and internal 3/8?-16 threads
  • Ergonomically spaced and comfortable EVA rubber hand grips
  • Fixed handgrip at base of pole
  • Slidable hand grip allows for custom reach
  • Three telescopic rods extend the boom length from 3.1-8.1??
  • Length settings lock/ unlock utilizing a twist-and-lock system

On-Stage Stands MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole Specifications


  • Product: MBP7000 Handheld Mic Boom Pole
  • Category: Accessory
  • Length Adj.: 3.1-8.1??
  • Construction: All-aluminum; EVA Rubber grips
  • Color: Black
  • Dimensions: L x W x H (38.64 x 1.92 x 1.92)inches
  • Weight: 0.95 lbs.

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Good cheap pole October 10, 2013
Reviewer: Sound Dude from Boston, MA United States  
I know, it's not the be-all/end-all of boom poles, but it's a good, semi-disposable pole for what it does.  I record a lot of bizarre things in a lot of out-of-the-way places, and it's always grounds for mourning when a piece of gear dies in the line of duty.  I save my carbon fiber pole for the more controlled environments . . .

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