On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand

On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand

On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand

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On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand

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  • Overall Boom Length of 82"
  • Stable Tripod Base
  • Foldable Design
  • Adjustable Height
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The SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand from On-Stage is a stable and affordable studio boom that offers versatile microphone support. It has 2 straight boom shafts with an overall combined length of 82", plus a 7" mini boom extension. The 120° tripod base offers excellent stability with a base spread of 32-48". The stand is made from steel tubing and has a foldable design for convenient storage and portability.

The 2 straight boom shafts have an overall combined length of 82". There is also a 7" mini boom extension. You can use various parts of the boom according to the size of your studio.
The boom ends have solid threading with washers for easy connection and disassembly.
The boom clutch assembly has 2" mating disks with 40 locking teeth for a secure hold. Large ergonomic locking knobs further enhance security.
A sliding 7-pound counterweight locks in place and provides setup versatility.
The 120° tripod base offers a low center of gravity and a base spread of 32-48" for stability.
The stand is made from steel tubing and has a foldable design for convenient storage and portability.
UPC: 659814298259
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On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Stand
    Height 44 to 80" / 111.8 to 203.2 cm
    Base Type Tripod
    Base Dimensions 48 x 48" / 121.9 x 121.9 cm
    Boom
    Length 82 to 89" / 208.3 to 226.1 cm
    General
    Material Steel
    Finish Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 20.7 lb / 9.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 17.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 46.5 x 6.5 x 5.0"
    SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stand This is a great stand for studio or on-location use. The included counter-weight makes this very usable out the box. I wish the boom arm connected together with a locking ball type connection rather than screwing in. That would make it easier to break it down more for easier travel. If you're trying to fit this in a car or small SUV you'll have to take the boom arm apart. I think a simple travel bag and some adapters should come with it as well. It has a 5/8 thread. So know ahead of time what you're going to mount onto this and be sure you have the proper adapters if you need them. They're super cheap so you'll want to order them with this so you don't pay shipping on a $ adapter.
    Date published: 2015-07-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just What I Needed. I bought this for video use so I wouldn't need to find a volunteer to be a boom operator. This thing works great! It's nice and heavy with a good reach and holds my shotgun mic very well. You will need to get the 3/8 male to 5/8 female adapter to hold some shock mounts but a worthwhile purchase.
    Date published: 2011-02-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect For the One Man Band I'm a free-lance video producer and I bought this stand as an alternative to a shotgun mike on a tripod (as a Condenser mic it was picking up a lot of noise directly behind it). From my experience with it so far I am absolutely thrilled with the improvement, not only in sound quality, but also in functionality. It is very tall and long which consequently means it is fairly heavy. WARNING: When I opened up the box I was disappointed to find that IT DOES NOT COME WITH AN ADAPTER for a 1/4 or 3/8 cold shoe mount. It's only two bucks for one and it's easy enough to Jerry-Rig your mic on if necessary but if you don't already have one make sure and add it to your order. One other thing that might been nice to have is a bag or something to keep the extender together with it (I haven't needed it yet so I have to keep it in my light bag). Overall a great addition to any kit.
    Date published: 2013-10-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use The Bad: It stores a little tall. I try to keep my things on a cart and it pokes out. It stores 47.5''. Everything folds down nicely except for the extra arm that it comes with. You have to thread that arm on and off. This isn't ideal because you have to store two separate items instead of the one. It's also an added step for set-up and strikes. The Good: Other than general satisfaction of all that it offers. I was surprised by how lightweight it is for its size. Most of its weight comes from the boom arm's counterweight. I also liked the boom-arm-clips that help hold your cables. They're accept cables easily and hold them securely. And they slide on the boom arm for anchoring placement. Overall, I'm very pleased, It's a great set-up. I'd buy this item again.
    Date published: 2014-02-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Affordable, Quality Alternative to Higher-Priced Stands As a professional videographer and indie filmmaker, I was interested in the SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand as an affordable alternative to pricier boom stands designed exclusively for video (which can run easily in the $ range; this product was only about $). I was not disappointed. The weighted boom pole is a nice touch, makes for a good balance option when you need it, but not always necessary. The stand alone can hoist the mic at least 7 and a half feet in the air, the boom pole almost doubling that at maximum height, and, when used at an angle, can get the mic 3 to 4 feet above a standing subjects head... plenty of room, in other words. It can also be used for many low-angle positions and breaks down easy and makes for simple storage and transportation. The boom pole, on its own, is handy and can be used hand-held if needed.The cons basically have to do with comparisons to the more expensive stands for video production. Remember, I'm a videographer; unlike a studio musician, I'm concerned with video issues: what's in the frame and what isn't. A high-end Lowel stand will solve all those problems with ease, but will cost you thrice what the SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand costs. I explained the features; with a little creative thinking and strategy, the SB9600 TSBS should be able to accomplish most professional video-sound recording needs; I'd highly suggest using sandbags for extra support... something you'd be advised to do with higher-end stands too. Keep in mind, while sturdy and of good quality, this stand is not as resistant to wear and tear as heavier duty, higher priced stand. So long as it is transported and stored with care, this shouldn't be an issue. In conclusion, the SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Stand is a reliable boom stand for video and film production, and a very affordable alternative to higher-priced stands.
    Date published: 2015-09-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent studio / live-performace mic s I use this stand to mount mics above audience to record local symphony and many school concerts where kids/parents are close to musicians. The base is sturdy and fairly kid-proof (and adult proof) when used in close-up recording environments. Like the TIMEX WATCH, it takes a beating and keeps on (ticking) protecting my mics!!!
    Date published: 2013-01-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent but heavy I use this stand for overhead mic setups in interview video production settings. This is an outstanding boom stand but pretty heavy and doesn't make for easy mobility if your moving from one shoot location to another. Really well made and very sturdy. Best suited for studio setups, it is however, at least for me, worth lugging around to interview shoots that I do since you can position the stand farther away from the subject and the base is out of the way for the most part. If someone bumps into this thing on set it's not going to fall over, which I like.
    Date published: 2014-09-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from very stable I use this stand to record video interviews and so far it has worked out great. I was using a reflector stand before and it would come close to falling over at times. Since this stand is so stable I don't need to worry about it falling over in the middle of an interview. It is a little on the heavy but you need that in order to be as stable as it is. The adjustments could be a little easier to use, but all in all a great stand.
    Date published: 2013-02-12
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