Samson MBA38 Microphone Boom Arm (38")

BH #SAMBA38 • MFR #SAMBA38
Key Features
  • For Radio, Podcast, & Home Studio Setups
  • Articulating Microphone Boom Arm
  • Durable Steel Construction
  • Internal Springs for Silent Positioning
The MBA38 Microphone Boom Arm from Samson provides a maximum horizontal/vertical arm reach of 38" respectively, giving users convenient flexibility with their mic placement. It can be used in radio, podcast, or home studio applications.
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Samson SAMBA38 Overview

The MBA38 Microphone Boom Arm from Samson provides a maximum horizontal/vertical arm reach of 38" respectively, giving users convenient flexibility with their mic placement. It can be used in radio, podcast, or home studio applications.

It features internal springs that allow for silent and effortless positioning, which is ideal while recording or during live broadcasts. The boom arm has a 5/8"-27 mic-clip threading that can accommodate any mic weighing up to five pounds. The MBA38 microphone boom arm includes two mounting options: A C-clamp mount for a temporary attachment to a table or desk and a permanently fixed flange option.

UPC: 809164019961

Samson SAMBA38 Specs

Form FactorStudio Microphone Arm with Mount
ColorBlack
Total Reach38" / 97 cm
Thread Size5/8"-27
Included CableNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 7.8 x 3.6"
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How long is each arm?

How long is each arm?
Asked by: Glen
The length of the arm from the “stand” attachment is 20 3/4” (end of joint to end of joint) The length of the arm from the mid-joint to mic attachment joint is 20 1/2” (end of joint to end of joint)
Answered by: JAMES
Date published: 2021-04-20

Is it possible to mount/suspend this arm from ...

Is it possible to mount/suspend this arm from above?
Asked by: Mark
The MBA38 is not intended to suspend from above. It does come with two types of mounts -- a clamp style mount and permanent flange mount. The stem for the arm inserts into the mount from the top. You could attach the clamp mount to a shelf and then position the arm so the mic comes downward, but the arm can not be mounted upside down.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-21
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