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  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)
  • Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)

Pyle

Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)

Pyle

Suspension Microphone Boom Stand, Simple Clamp-Style Installation, Desktop Scissor Spring Arm Mic Stand w/ Shock Mount, Quick Setup & attached, Maximum Mic Arm Extension Dst= 2.26' ft.- Pyle (PMKSH01)

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Product Description Product Description
  • ADJUSTABLE MIC PLACEMENT: The Pyle boom microphone stand is perfect for travel and quick setup. The boom stand allows you to position your mic exactly where you need it, with extending, angle and tilting adjustment. Mic arm extension distance is 3.1 ft
  • CONVENIENT TABLETOP DESIGN: The microphone boom stand is made of top quality steel metal alloy and is double braced for exceptional support and stability. The universal mounting clamp attaches to tables, desks, shelves, counters and etc
  • QUALITY SOUND: The microphone suspension boom scissor arm stand features a convenient tabletop design that allows you to create music almost anywhere. Perfect for studio use, podcast recording, announcing and broadcasting
  • PROFESSIONAL GRADE: The microphone boom arm stand features dual suspension springs and metal extension support arms to create professional sounding vocals as well as achieve optimal sound performance like no other microphone stand can offer
  • THREADING AND CONNECTOR CABLE: Pyle used USA standard 5/8 inch microphone threading and adapter for the universal mic holder mount. While XLR audio connector cable is at 9.8' ft. The Pyle PMKSH01 is a class at its own feature
  • WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle PMKSH01, we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30-day money back guarantee no questions asked to stand with our unit.
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Best Boom for Under $40.00I spent days doing research on these types of boom mic stands. There are literally 100 s of choices between $10 and over $100+ dollars so how do you choose? First and foremost, quality of construction. The metal used, the weight of the springs, the quality of the materials. Pay $10 or $20 bucks, thin metal, weak springs and that is what you get.Then comes the Pyle PMKSH01. Yes, it is only $20.00 but you actually get good quality. This boom is actually constructed for a traditional microphone, not a usb computer mic given it comes with a pre threaded cable. Traditional condenser mics usually weigh a lot more hence the heavier springs and thicker metal. I use a AudioTechnica 2500 which weighs just under 1 pound. Over time, I have read that the cheap boom springs lose the ability to hold their position. The Pyle springs feel a little stiff but that shows it will continue to hold over time. If you stream occasionally and want a great mic boom, this is well worth the $20.00 and the fact that it comes with a shock mount as well puts this top on my list of value, function and durability. 5 stars because it does everything it promises at about the price of similar quality booms.5Close but could be betterThe pivot tension screw at the end where the microphone is suspended has trouble generating enough tension to hold the mic where you want it. The screw is small and there is nothing to generate friction; cranking down on the screw will just strip it. A toothed washer would probably solve it, and a larger diameter screw with a coarse thread would be a big improvement too.I also don't like that the arms can't fold completely flat. The thing always takes up space either vertically, horizontally, or both. This is really basically the case with any of this boom designs unless significant effort and cost is put into the pantograph design.What I do like about this that many of the cheaper ones omit is the built in standard microphone thread mount at the end of the boom. Plus it comes with an XLR cable threaded through the arms (nice touch) and a mic suspension holder, if you need one for your mic. If your mic already has a holder with a standard thread base it will just screw right onto this boom. Very nice.Has a decent enough clamp base for mounting on the edge of a table or whatever. Seems to produce enough clamping force to hold well even with the mass of a mic at the end of a long arm (which means a lot of torque).4Meh. I'm likely going to look for a replacement.Plus: Nice that it came with the integrated cord.Neg: 1.) The threaded black plastic piece that screws into the bottom of the Yeti appears to be an adaptor to fit a larger aperature female mount on the mic. The threads and the piece overall are cheap plastic that was rendered useless almost immediately, and I was gentle with it. The metal, smaller diameter threaded piece underneath the plastic one is much better. Thankfully, the Yeti accepts both.2.) The Yeti and Radius II together are too much weight for the joints on this arm to handle. I REALLY have to crank down on the thumb screws to have them stay put, and then it is tenuous at best. If using the Yeti/Radius combo, I'd suggest a more robust boom stand.The boom I ordered ended up being shorter than I would like. Obviously this is not the manufacturer's problem. I would definitely advise getting out a tape measure prior to ordering and see what the listed dimensions actually look like.Overall, meh. Not impressed.2Great in combination with an iPad mountI used this boom with the linked iPad mount for a head-of-the-bed gimbal mounting arrangement.Some surgery was required on BOTH the boom and the iPad mount, but the combination works beautifully.Vastar Universal Tablet iPad Tripod Mount Holder Adapter with 5 Extra Friction Pads, 12.5-20 cm Adjustable Width for Apple iPad 2, 3, 4, iPad Air 1, 2, 3, iPad Mini 1st, 2, 3, - Samsung Galaxy Tab, Tab 2, Tab 3, Tab Pro, Tab S, Microsoft Surface, Google Nexus and more Tablets - Use on Tripod, Monopod, Selfie Stick, Tabletop Tripod Stand, and More4Perfect for a small desk setup and a great value!!The boom arm arrived as promised, with extra microphone holders and shock mounts that I didn't know were included! I'm going to be doing some podcasting and home recording and needed a better microphone holding alternative than a free standing microphone stand awkwardly taking up floor space to the side of my desk. I was only interested in the boom arm and was pleasantly surprised to find several additional mic clips/holders and a shock mount attachment that were included! They will become backups for other pieces of equipment that I use in house and while I'm out gigging. If I didn't already have a specific shock mount for the microphone that I'll be using with the arm (Blue Spark), any of these attachments would have been very useful! The arm is well constructed and not 'floppy' - holds its position well, even without tightening the brackets, which was unexpected, for an arm at this price point. Some inexpensive boom arms require extreme tightening to hold a position and usually end up with the bracket knobs breaking due to overtightening. These bracket handles/knobs feel strong and secure and don't need to be over-tightened to work well. The clamp is easy to adjust, it is perfect for what I need. Overall, functionally and for the price, this arm is surprisingly well built and I am extremely happy with my purchase! It isn't as long (in length) or as easy to adjust as a pro arm costing 4-5 times as much, but, for the money, for a small desk setup, it is more than adequate!!5Great deal for a home recording setup with nice accessories - but check the length you need before orderingThis is an excellent desk mount for the price (approx $21 US for the 2.6 ft length), and is well supplied with accessories. Just make sure you get the length you need. This review is for the 2.6 ft length, which may be a little short if you have a wide working desk and need to mount from the side. I've included some detailed dimensions below. For reference, the vocal spot on my desk is 26-27 inches in from the side. The 2.6 ft arm makes it just far enough in, allowing a slight off-axis angle to my mic to reduce pops - though I also purchased a separate mountable pop screen.The clamp for mounting is very sturdy and feels very secure. The arm articulates very well with enough stiffness to stay in the position you need it without feeling like you will break off the clamp. There is a knob to tighten the swivel pin on the desk clamp, plus a knob to tighten the center bend between the two arm sections, and a third to tighten the mic adapter mounting pin. This provides excellent range of articulation. The XLR cable included with the arm is threaded through the arm, but can be adjusted to limit excess cable at the mic end. It is quite long enough to go around the back of my desk and come back through to plug into the front of my audio interface (also on my desk), so no extension was necessary in my setup.There are 3 separate mic adapters provided, along with 2 mounting adapters to attach the mic adapter to the mounting pin at the end of the arm. Both mounting adapters are the same size and fit the standard size mic adapter threads. The only ding I would typically put here is that the 2 mounting adapters and 2 of the 3 mic adapters use plastic threads - typically worth pulling a star on this type of gear, but given the price and number of accessories, I couldn't pull a star. The adapters with plastic threads are the quick-release adapter, which has a solid grip on an SM58, and what looks like a Samson adapter, which also fits both the SM58 and SM57 quite well. The Samson-looking adapter uses a softer plastic to hold the mic, so you get get the mics in and out more easily than with the hard plastic adapters that come with Shure mics. The third adapter is the suspension mic adapter which has brass threads, and is made for larger broadcast-style mics like the Electro Voice RE20. The minimum mic body diameter for the suspension adapter is slightly over 1.5 inches, so you can't use pencil (SM81) or typical ball-style mics like SM58's in this adapter. I don't have an RE20 (yet), so I can't confirm if it would fit this adapter. One small bonus; all three adapters have a knob to hand-tighten the mic angle on the adapter, so you really get full control of your mic placement. Typical adapters usually require a coin or screwdriver to control the tilt-tension on the adapter.The bottom section of the arm measures 14.5 inches from the end of the desk clamp pin. The second section measures 13.5 inches from the center pivot. The mic adapter mounting pin adds about another 1.5 inches to the bottom of the mic adapter, in case you need that extra distance, but this pin also can be adjusted to any angle to facilitate virtually any mic angle you prefer. The center pivot and mounting pin each have a plastic tightening knob so you can secure this exactly where you need it. Each section of the arm has 2 springs maintaining tension, so this mic arm is very stable.Be aware this is not meant to be an isolation arm, so desk vibration can be transmitted up the arm to the mic, especially when the impacts are closer to the actual desk clamp. You can reduce this noise if you use an aggressive high-pass filter, but it won't be eliminated. That means you'll need to use the suspension adapter, along with a mic that fits it, if you want to isolate your feed from any desk vibrations. I didn't remove any stars for that because you're not going to find an isolation desk clamp for this price, and I wasn't expecting this to be one. Overall, this is a great solution for a home recording setup at a very reasonable price.5A little bit of droop, but can totally be compensated for. Fully content with my purchase!I shopped around for about a week before deciding on this unit for my Blue Yeti Blackout, DragonPad Pop Filter, and Blue Radius II Shock Mount, and I'm glad I decided on it.Because of all the weight of the attachments (and a heavy microphone to boot), I was concerned that I would experience drooping, or that there simply wouldn't be enough leverage and resistance to hold the setup in place. I was right, however, the drooping isn't too significant to be a problem (especially once fiddling with the angles at each joint and tightening all clamps sufficiently).The unit comes with multiple microphone adapters, including a plastic shock mount of its own, and a built in XLR cable. I'm using USB with it, so I didn't need it, however, it may come in handy in the future if I end up changing my mind to a different microphone, or a different streaming setup.Mounting the Blue Radius II to the scissor arm was a breeze. Simply attach it right onto the pintail attachment at the end of the arm. It took the weight of that, plus the Blue Yeti Blackout, with about 1-2" of droop. Setting it higher and angling the first segment of the arm "back" further beyond the base clamp helped balance it more as well, and got it in perfect position for me. So I'm happy with my purchase!All in all, I might have been better served with an on stage stand and counter weight, but I got this setup working nicely. I'd recommend it for the price, but if you're looking for absolute rigidity, probably go with something even sturdier.5Good stand for the moneyPros: inexpensive, sturdy, flexibleCons: cheap material, included XLR cable is not removableIf you're looking for a decent microphone stand for your desk, this is a pretty good one. It is very adjustable and can hold up relatively heavy microphones. I am using it with an Audio Technica AT2020 USB and it holds it up with no problems. It comes with an XLR cable mounted into the arm, but it is not removable, so if you're using a non-XLR mic, you just have to leave the cable there. It's not a big deal, but it can be unsightly. The cable doesn't come out easily, so if you want to remove it, then you probably have to cut the connector to yank it out.It has bolts to adjust tightness of the joints, so if it ever becomes loose, theoretically you can just tighten it up again. For $20, this is a pretty good bargain and definitely a good alternative for people who don't want to drop $100 on a Rode.4Good For The Price, Look Elsewhere For Mic Arms If You Want It Told Hold A Lot Of WeightWhile the cheap cost may turn some off, it certainly lived up to my (granted, low) expectations just fine. It certainly can't hold a RODE NT-USB by any means, but it did hold my lighter Logitech microphone and my CAD U37. However, the fact that it has a built in cable supporting XLR microphones made me assume that I could simply pull the cable out and put in another one. That is not the case. If you don't plan on using an XLR microphone, be prepared to cut that cable to death as it's in the cable slot and it's not coming out, ever.As for the arm itself, it's 'okay' build quality isn't terrible, and this is a decent little first microphone arm for someone considering the cost, but anyone using something that weighs around the same as the RODE NT-USB should just look elsewhere and invest in a higher quality microphone arm.4Sturdy but not designed for USB microphonesVery effective and sturdy with my Blue Yeti, pop filter and Auphonix Shock Mount attached. For what it promises and delivers I give it 5 stars. But my disappointment is realizing I paid ~$7 more for this boom due to its having a feature that's useless to me. That feature is a very bulky and space consuming XLR cable that's embedded into its arm. It's utterly useless for a USB microphone like the Blue Yeti. The worst part is a few feet of XLR cable coming out of the base of the arm. My workspace is already cluttered with wires I need. Ugh!Rather than bothering to return it for *my failure* to do better shopping, I took a wire cutter and removed the XLR cable and and threw it in the trash. I can't foresee that I'll ever have need for it, and it's not worth cluttering up my workspace in the unlikely chance I ever will. I also secured the USB cable with velcro straps and it's virtually invisible. So an arm-embedded cable isn't even necessary. That snafu aside, imo, this is a solid piece of equipment that meets all my expectations.5
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