The On-Stage MBP7000 Microphone Boom Pole features 3 aluminum telescoping sections and an adjustable length of 3.1 - 8.1' (0.94 - 2.46m). The MBP7000 boom pole is ideal for audio capturing with shotgun microphones, cardioid microphones and stereo microphones in video audio, sound design recording, film applications and more. Rubber hand grips are provided for secure, non-slip handling and standard 5/8"-27 male thread adapter with 3/8"-16 internal threads at the top pf the pole.
- Length: 3.1 - 8.1' (0.94m - 2.46m)
- Three Aluminum Sections
- Rubber Hand Grips
- Standard 5/8"-27 Brass Male Threads
On-Stage MBP7000 Overview
On-Stage MBP7000 Specs
|Minimum Length||3.1' (0.94m)|
|Maximum Length||8.1' (2.46m)|
|Package Weight||1.2 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||38.5 x 2 x 2"|
On-Stage MBP7000 Reviews
Good money value
Nice and steady, good money value
Works well. Great product at an affordable price.
came out the box broken. Thin metal with no stop, so when extended it looks like a V.
Thank goodness for Gorilla Glue
I took it out of the box and quickly realized that the piece where the mic goes was not screwed in. Since I couldn't find the receipt to return, I used Gorilla Glue to hold the piece in place. Hopefully it'll hold up.
Well, this product does as its described. Cushions are a big plus. The locking and extending is super smooth. There might be a little bend/shake if you are mounting heavy item on the end. Simply reduce the length of boom and it will be rock solid again.
A good sturdy but light weight pole.
A good purchase.
The Pros: It's ever-so-lightweight and compact (as it should be). The Cons: The tightening part at the end fell off as i was taking it out of the packaging. Doesn't come with any straps or anything for your xlr cable...
Worth the Price
If you're looking for an inexpensive boom that gets the job done, this is the one. It's not amazing but it isn't terrible. At full extension it holds a couple pounds well and doesn't bend to the point where it looks like it's going to break and fall on your talent. I wouldn't throw a large microphone like Rode NT8 on this thing at full extension... but then again, if you have an NT8, you should probably have enough money for a better boom :)
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