On-Stage MBS5000 Broadcast/Webcast Boom Arm with XLR Cable

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On-Stage MBS5000 Broadcast/Webcast Boom Arm with XLR Cable
Key Features
  • Durable Articulating Boom Arm
  • Ergonomic Three-Prong Knobs
  • Quiet and Flexible Positioning
  • Preinstalled 10' XLR Cable
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The MBS5000 is a professional articulating mic boom that provides just the right counterbalance for popular broadcast microphones or other devices weighing up to 3.5 pounds. It can be used in studio environments and allows for quiet, easy, and repeatable positioning for on-air broadcast and webcast applications.
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On-Stage MBS5000 Overview

The MBS5000 is a professional articulating mic boom that provides just the right counterbalance for popular broadcast microphones or other devices weighing up to 3.5 pounds. It can be used in studio environments and allows for quiet, easy, and repeatable positioning for on-air broadcast and webcast applications.

With square-tubing construction, the boom arm offers strength and a long service life. The preinstalled 10' XLR cable provides a neat clean look and the standard 5/8"-27 threading, which mates with common mic clips, offers plenty of room for a shockmount. Additionally, the MBS5000 comes with two mounting options: one is a removable C-clamp for desktops and the other is a screw-in flange mount for permanent desktop or overhead installations.

UPC: 659814125500

On-Stage MBS5000 Specs

Form FactorStudio Microphone Arm with Mount
ColorBlack
Total Reach38" / 96.5 cm
Thread Size5/8"-27
Arm Length19.5" / 49.5 cm (Arm 1)
19.5" / 49.5 cm (Arm 2)
Load Capacity3.5 lb / 1.6 kg
Included CableIntegrated
Clamp Range2.0" / 5.08 cm
Construction MaterialSteel
Packaging Info
Package Weight4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.7 x 6.9 x 2.8"
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