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Pyle Pro PMKSH01 Suspension Microphone Boom Arm

BH #PYPMKSH01 • MFR #PMKSH01
Key Features
  • Boom Arm for Mics with 2.26' Reach
  • Easily Clamps to Desktops
  • Allows for Exact Positioning
  • Rugged Steel Alloy Construction
The Pyle Pro PMKSH01 is an adjustable boom arm and microphone stand that mounts to your desk. Its arm offers dual scissor arm extension springs so you can adjust the mic how you like. It affixes to your desk easily with a simple clamp. Attach and detach it at will to your desk, table, countertop, or a shelf. This steel-alloy boom arm comes with a 3/8" thread with a 5/8"-thread adapter, making it useful for all sorts of mics and accessories. The arm can extend to a length of 2.26'. The PMKSH01 includes two microphone clips, a clamp style base, a shockmount, and a 9.8' XLR connection cable.
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Pyle Pro PMKSH01 Overview

The Pyle Pro PMKSH01 is an adjustable boom arm and microphone stand that mounts to your desk. Its arm offers dual scissor arm extension springs so you can adjust the mic how you like. It affixes to your desk easily with a simple clamp. Attach and detach it at will to your desk, table, countertop, or a shelf. This steel-alloy boom arm comes with a 3/8" thread with a 5/8"-thread adapter, making it useful for all sorts of mics and accessories. The arm can extend to a length of 2.26'. The PMKSH01 includes two microphone clips, a clamp style base, a shockmount, and a 9.8' XLR connection cable.

Dual suspension springs and metal extension support arms
Extension, angle, and tilt adjustments
USA standard adapter and threading
Quick setup, easily mounts and un-mounts
Rugged and reliable double-braced steel construction
Suitable for studio use, podcast recording, announcing, and broadcasting
UPC: 068888758482

Pyle Pro PMKSH01 Specs

Form FactorStudio Microphone Arm with Mount
ColorBlack
Total Reach2.3' / 68.9 cm
Thread Size3/8"-16
5/8"-27 (with Included Adapter)
Included CableIntegrated
Cable Length9.8' / 3 m
Audio Connector TypeXLR 3-Pin
Construction MaterialSteel
Weight2.5 lb / 1.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.75 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16 x 5.75 x 2.75"

Pyle Pro PMKSH01 Reviews

One lasted 6 months.

By Nelson
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-10

I bought two of these. Pretty well built, especially for the money, but the internal XLR mic cable on one has already stopped working.

Cheap quality.

By Joanne
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-01-05

The build is cheap as well as the included mic holders. It does not support the weight of certain mics. I'm using a Sen e835 with the lighter mic holder and it barely supports it. If I use the heavier one it's useless. Well you get what you pay for. It's better to pay a bit more for a better one. BTW, the company's support it's okay, but they take awhile to respond and there's just too much to do for an exchange or return. This model is not recommended save your money.

Works Well

By Scott
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-12-28

Works great, even with a heavier mic. Only small issue is the hinge where it clamps will sometimes move the clamp when manipulating the mic arm.

Poor quality

By Amanda
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-25

I should have read the other reviews before ordering. It doesn’t hold The weight of standard mics properly, And it doesn’t hold its position. It just slides down from any position I tighten it to from every joint even without the weight of the mic, and with the mic it flips around. You get what you pay for and it’s cheap and does’t do what it’s supposed to. I’m so upset with this item, I ordered two of them and they are both the worst and most frustrating things to work with. I ordered several things with a gift card, I didn’t even use my own money and I am so upset. I ordered more than these two items to trying to return them is very difficult. I only recurved these items so far and now I’m worried all of it is just going to let me down. Getting the order number I need which I put in the system to return, it instead shows me everything I ordered and doesn’t make it easy to return, or just have a return option anywhere. Jumping through hoops then I try calling and all the help numbers I can find for B&H all answer with “B&H is on vacation” and then it hangs up! Super unhappy with the service that I can’t get, can’t return because of their vacations, and the poor quality of this item.

MIC BOOM  DOES THE TRICK

By Robert
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-06

It's a plain simple mic boom that attached to your desk. It keeps the mic out of the way until you need it. It also came with several mounting adapters including a very nice shock mount. I'm very pleased.

pretty

By Mohawk
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2020-09-03

quality is good for the price. Be careful the screws strip easily.

pyle of dung

By Von
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-19

going to have to modify the mounting clamp, the metal is thin and wont event hold a lite mic if the metal clamp was even half way decent I would give 5 stars. bends real easy, good thing is, easy to bend back with my hands lol..as is I have to break out the welder to beef up the mounting clamp

Studio and Road Solution

By Tony
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-14

Bought two of these to transport in a hardshell carrying case for remote broadcasts. Really liked the fact that when these collapse, they fit easily in the case. Also, has the XLR cable already in it so whether I use XLR (with my mixer) or need a USB for direct computer plug in, this works good. This is not the best on the market, but I also didn't want to pay a lot for this solution, so the PMKSH01 is getting it done. The second one is actually in a broadcast studio because it's small enough to hide from a camera on set. The previous boom took too much screen so this is getting it done on set. Now for the downsides. If you're going to work the arm like a rowing machine then it'll probably fail in no time at all. For me, I'm a set it and forget it guy so this isn't a problem for me. It may be for you. Second, the desk clamp is cheap. I'm about to toss one in the trash because it's bent. Again, not a reason to buy something else. Just glad that I had another one from an earlier purchase that is more heavy-duty, especially when working from the road. No problem with the one in the studio, just know that if you're going to be mobile with yours, then find a different clamp. Overall, I'd buy a few more if I needed them.

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