On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar

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Product Code: 2533
On-Stage Stands MY-700
$20.95
UPC:
659814296651
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On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar

The On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar is designed to hold 6 microphone clips or other 5/8-27 inches devices. It fits most standard mic clips, goosenecks, and booms.

The On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar is ideal for multiple mic applications in both live and studio recording settings! Fits most standard stands, booms and mic clips.

On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar Features

  • Standard 5/8"-27 threaded ends
  • Fits most mic clips, goosenecks, booms and more
  • 45 degree angle adjustments on both sides creates versatility

On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar Specifications

  • Application: Holds 6 Microphone Clips or Other 5/8"-27 Applications
  • Length: 16"
  • Angle Adj: 0 to 45 Degrees
  • Threading: 5/8" 27
  • Color: Black

On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar Includes

  • On-Stage Stands MY-700 Multi-Use Stereo Bar
  • 1 Year Warranty

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    Cheap and works but...

    Posted by Jason Bradley on Jan 5th 2008

    With a little more attention to detail, this could be a nice piece...

    The plastic knobs are rounded, slick and a little small: They are hard to get a hold of. the threads are machined off close to the knob so that the mic clip can be positioned - the threads on the bar are not engaged and the clip is held to the bar by friction.

    Great idea, but wait....

    The positions on the end have two little protrusions so that the clip doesn't touch down on the bar. Not only that, but the clip doesn't sit level. As it is, there isn't enough friction to keep heavier mics in place.

    The positions in the middle have another problem: The bar is too thick and the threads don't clear the bar. So, you can't reposition the mic clip. To add insult to injury, there isn't enough thread left for a locking ring....

    But, for under $25, what else can you get? I'd gladly pay even $45 if they'd put threaded knobs on there that worked and did something about the protrusions on the end positions.