Gravity Stands MS 4322 Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base (Black)

BH #GRGMS4322B • MFR #GMS4322B
Gravity Stands
Gravity Stands MS 4322 Microphone Stand with Folding Tripod Base (Black)
Key Features
  • Adjustable Height of 40.6 to 66.4"
  • Boom Arm Telescopes up to 38.6"
  • 2-Point Positioning of Boom
  • Zinc Die-Cast Tripod Base
Styled in black, the Gravity Stands MS 4332 is a microphone stand with an adjustable height. The stand is made out of steel, while the sturdy tripod legs are made out of die-cast zinc with rubber caps on the feet. The boom can be tilted adjusted by means of a 2-point tilt, giving you a maximum length of 38.6". The height adjustment range is 40.6 to 66.4". The grip and screw knobs are made from a highly durable ABS. A set of black coding rings are included.
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Gravity Stands GMS4322B Overview

Styled in black, the Gravity Stands MS 4332 is a microphone stand with an adjustable height. The stand is made out of steel, while the sturdy tripod legs are made out of die-cast zinc with rubber caps on the feet. The boom can be tilted adjusted by means of a 2-point tilt, giving you a maximum length of 38.6". The height adjustment range is 40.6 to 66.4". The grip and screw knobs are made from a highly durable ABS. A set of black coding rings are included.

Gravity Stands GMS4322B Specs

Stand
Height40.55 to 66.54" / 1030 to 1690 mm
Collapsed Size38.58" / 98 cm
Base TypeTripod
Adjustment TypeTwist Clutch
Leg Sections3
Boom
Length34.65" / 880 mm
General
MaterialSteel
FinishBlack
Weight5.95 lb / 2.7 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)34.6 x 4 x 4"
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What is this stand's max weight capacity?

What is this stand's max weight capacity?
Asked by: Aaron
The manufacturer has not specified the maximum weight capacity for the MS4321B, but it is capable of supporting heavier microphones. I would estimate that it could safely support a mic with accessories totaling up to approximately 4 lbs. With heavy mics it is best not have the boom arm fully extended in order to have the weight distributed more evenly for the tripod's legs.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-06-30
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