On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight

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Product Code: 9999-00336
On-Stage Stands CW6
$23.95
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On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight

The On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight is simply used to add balance to stands and booms with shafts up to 7/8-inch. Ideal for off-setting heavy mics on booms or providing stability to stands by attaching to lowest part of shaft or legs.

The On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight adds 6lb of solid-steel to any boom or microphone stand shaft for added balance and stability. This On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight fits shafts up to 7/8". This solid-steel constructed counterweight attaches easily and securely to your boom or shaft for added balance and stability.

On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight Features

  • 6 LB counterweight simply used to add balance to stands and booms with shafts up to 7/8"
  • Nylon tipped screw grips shaft securely
  • Ideal for off-setting heavy mics on booms or providing stability to stands by attaching to lowest part of shaft or legs

On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight Specifications

  • Application: Add to Shaft for Added Balance and Stability
  • Construction: Solid-Steel
  • Color: Black
  • Opening: Fits Shafts 14mm to 22mm
  • Weight: 6 lbs

On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight Includes

  • On-Stage Stands CW6 6LB Counterweight
  • 1 Year Warranty

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  • 5
    A Great idea

    Posted by Dave on Feb 14th 2011

    My Studio has carpet on the floor, which can make a mic stand a little more unstable, especially with a heavy tube mic hanging on an extended boom. I bought these and put them on the bottom of the stand, just above the legs. It adds allot of stability to the stand, and makes for less worry about a stand tipping over. I am Very glad I bought these!!! 6 pounds added to a mic stand really does wonders for stability. If you try one, I think you'll buy more. I use the 3 pound weight on the end of a boom, to help offset the weight of a heavy mic, and it works very good that way as well.