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Auray MS-5230T Tripod Microphone Stand with Telescoping Boom

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Auray MS-5230T Tripod Microphone Stand with Telescoping Boom
Key Features
  • Boom Arm Telescopes from 19.3 to 33.9"
  • Telescoping Shaft with Ergonomic Clutch
  • Reinforced Tripod Base
  • Nonslip Feet
The Auray MS-5230T Tripod Microphone Stand with Telescoping Boom features durable, steel construction. The telescoping boom arm is adjustable from 19.3 to 33.9" in length, allowing you to angle and extend the mic placement however you need it. An ergonomic twist-action clutch helps adjust the height of the stand, while the reinforced tripod base and nonslip feet keep it firmly in place. The Auray MS-5230T mic stand collapses for easy transport.
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Auray MS-5230T Overview

The Auray MS-5230T Tripod Microphone Stand with Telescoping Boom features durable, steel construction. The telescoping boom arm is adjustable from 19.3 to 33.9" in length, allowing you to angle and extend the mic placement however you need it. An ergonomic twist-action clutch helps adjust the height of the stand, while the reinforced tripod base and nonslip feet keep it firmly in place. The Auray MS-5230T mic stand collapses for easy transport.

UPC: 847628015593

Auray MS-5230T Specs

Stand
Height36.2 to 63" / 91.9 to 160 cm
Base TypeTripod
Base Dimensions25.6 x 25.6" / 65 x 65 cm
Boom
Length19.3 to 33.9" / 49 to 86 cm
General
MaterialSteel
Weight4.6 lb / 2.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)33.5 x 4 x 4"

Auray MS-5230T Reviews

love the sturdy tight clamp

By Eve
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-14

I'm a visual artist and I bought this mic stand to hold my iphone when taking photos of art in progress on my workbench. I'd had trouble with a different brand whose knob at the pivot point holding the boom wouldn't stay tight. The knob on the Auray stand tightens up nicely and stays in place even when I put the boom at a nearly 90 degree angle to the pole. I really appreciate the help that B&H staff gave me in selecting this stand.

Broke on first use

By Samuel
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2022-05-18

This is a cheap stand. It broke on its first use. The stand doesn't tight and is unusable. Make yourself a favor and put some extra dollars to buy a proper mic stand!

All good here:

By Ben
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-29

The packaging was very well done. The tripod was nicely laid in the box. This is a really good tripod for just about any microphone. All I'd have to say is watch out with heavier microphones. But this holds on be the well has a lot of adjustability, looks very nice, and is very slim so it gives plenty of room.

Standard

By Akil
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-28

Microphones feel secure

Ok for the price

By Jeffrey
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-18

Small and light, works fine, stable enough. Tighten with care for best results.

Three problems with three stands...

By Andrew
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-17

I purchased three stands. One had the chrome handle fail on the boom arm, shortly after purchasing. The other two developed problems tightening the center mast at the base. Wouldn't clamp down and wouldn't twist out to remove. Efforts at warranty repair on all three yielded an RMA for only two. Consider buying extra mic stands so you have something to use when you send failed units back.

Great

By Franklin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-26

Shipped on time. Works as it should

Worth it to the price

By Wilson
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-09

It works very well with my big condenser microphone. Using the first part of the extension is also good to counter balance with the stand.

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Can you remove the boom arm? If so, what ...

Can you remove the boom arm? If so, what threading is used to attach it?
Asked by: Cameron
The Auray MS-5230T uses 5/8'' threading.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2021-12-19

Will this mount work with a pistol grip with a ...

Will this mount work with a pistol grip with a 3/8"-16 threading?
Asked by: Maya
You will need this 5/8'' to 3/8'' adapter to make this stand work with your pistol grip, B&H # ONMA100.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-02-12

How tall is the mic stand itself, or how hight ...

How tall is the mic stand itself, or how hight does it extend without the boom arm?
Asked by: Peter
The base of the Auray MS-5230T Tripod Microphone Stand reaches a height of up to 63 inches. The telescoping boom arm can extend up to 33.9". Together these components allow the MS-5230T to reach a total height of almost 96 inches when the arm is oriented directly upwards.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-06-24

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What kind of mic mount does this take?
Asked by: Anonymous
I just received the 5/8" mic mount I ordered for this (the MP-892, which is listed as a recommended accessory), and it definitely does not fit. The threading on the end of the boom is much larger than 5/8". Ugh.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2021-08-28

Can you detach the tripod base from the main rod ...

Can you detach the tripod base from the main rod that fits into it?
Asked by: Miles
No
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2020-10-19

is 33.9" the max length the arm can extend from ...

is 33.9" the max length the arm can extend from the center of the stand, or is that the max length from end to end of the boom arm?
Asked by: Benjamin
The max length of boom end to end is 33.9"
Answered by: leticia
Date published: 2021-03-15

Will I need an adapter to attach a pistol grip ...

Will I need an adapter to attach a pistol grip with a 3/8"-16 female threading?
Asked by: Maya
Yes, I got the same size adapter to make it work with my 3/8" female in my microphone.
Answered by: Hameed
Date published: 2020-09-10

Does this work well with a Rode Pod Mic? Or too ...

Does this work well with a Rode Pod Mic? Or too heavy?
Asked by: John
Yes, the Rode PodMic can be mounted on the Auray MS-5230T tripod mic stand. You may want to use sand bags on the base of the stand to prevent any movement. If you want a stand with a heavier base, the K&M 21070 Tripod Microphone Stand with 32" Boom - Black (B&H # KM21070) is a good option.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-04-19
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