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Auray MS-5340 Mic Stand with Boom for Kick Drum or Guitar Amp (Black)

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Auray MS-5340 Mic Stand with Boom for Kick Drum or Guitar Amp (Black)
Key Features
  • For Kick Drum, Guitar Amplifier
  • Height Adjustable: 9.5 to 14.3"
  • Fixed Boom: 19.5"
  • Weighted Square Base
Designed for miking kick drums or guitar amplifier cabinets in both studio and live applications, the black MS-5340 Mic Stand with Boom for Kick Drum or Guitar Amp from Auray is also ideal for podcasting applications and provides sturdy operation thanks to its steel construction and weighted square base with 5 rubber nonslip feet. Its telescoping shaft provides height adjustment between 9.5 and 14.3", while its adjustable boom is 19.5" in length, both adding to the versatility of placement options the stand provides. The stand is compatible with standard 5/8"-27 threaded mic clips and mounts, and includes a cable guide to help reduce cable clutter.
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Does the boom arm telescope, too? Or only the ...

Does the boom arm telescope, too? Or only the vertical shaft?
Asked by: Jeffrey
The boom arm is a fixed length, but can be moved back and fourth.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2020-10-15

Is the boom arm removable?

Is the boom arm removable?
Asked by: Haidar
Yes, the boom arm can be unscrewed from the top of the stand.
Answered by: Calvin M
Date published: 2022-07-07


Will this stand be able to hold a Rode Procaster and shock mount solidly?
Asked by: Martin
This stand could work as it is rigid, but it will become tippy if you extend the arm out too much with a heavier load.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2023-05-29


Can this hold the Blue Snowball iCE?
Asked by: Anonymous
The mic stand you ask about is really meant to either suspend the BD mic inside the BD or right in front of the BD. I could not really tell how this mic mounts to its own little tripod, and therefore I can't' comment as to whether or not it can mount to a traditional bass drum mic stand. Sorry...
Answered by: Jose M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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