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InnoGear Upgraded Microphone Suspension Stand with 3/8" to 5/8" Screw Adapter Mic Clip Adjustable Boom Studio Scissor Arm Stand for Blue Yeti Snowball Yeti Nano Yeti x and other Microphone
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- Foldable Arm Band: The adjustable arm can be fold up and easy for you to carry around. This feature enables to adjust the suitable angle and height to show your perfect voice. Before adjusting the angle of the stand make sure to loosen the knob first. Avoid rotating it by force as it can damage the screw threads.
- The 5/8"-27 male to 3/8"-16 female screw adapter which included in the package fits for blue snowball.The Diameter of Microphone Clip is 1.10". Suitable for any stores, families, stage, studios, broadcasting and TV stations, etc.
- The Diameter of Microphone Clip is 1.10". Suitable for any stores, families, stage, studios, broadcasting and TV stations, etc. The blue snowball needs to be attached with the 5/8"-27 male to 3/8"-16 female threaded screw adapter.
- Heavy Duty Steel Structure: Super-strong spring with extra positioning screw, compact microphone stand designed for heavy duty carry. Max load: Approx.53oz/1.5kg.
- Note: The mounting hole on the Yeti Mic is sometimes just a tiny portion bigger than the 5/8" industry standard. You are suggested to use Thread Tape (included) to wrap around the mounting screw on your shock mount. This will effectively increase the thickness of the mounting screw, while still maintaining the actual screw thread and will enable you to connect to your Yeti.
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InnoGear microphone scissor arm stand which made of high-quality steel frame and foldable arm is highly suitable for any stores, stages, studios, broadcasting, TV stations and so on. It also can bend back and forth at the base, easy to carry around.
Max load: Approx 1.5kg
Max Microphone Clip Diameter: 1.1"/28mm
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With that said, I initially bought it for that reason, lol, but only when I got it and received it that I realized how much better and cleaner and more convenient it is to use compared to the original heavy metal stand (that comes with the BLUE Yeti).
This is thing is just... golden,, I honestly bought it have no idea whatsoever what am I going to do with it (where to put, I don't have much space, if it's gonna be in my face all the time, if it's gonna block access to my other equipment..) But it just worked out so perfect, as you can see in the video, it's really versatile, it's stiff and smooth in the same time, it doesn't just slide on its own, and it doesn't just stick in one position, it's easy to work with!
Also, you can easily attach mic filters to it, as you can see, I have the DragonPad pop filter attached to it, works perfect!
About being not only for streamers and video producers, just for a normal gamer, it's so much better than a normal stand as I explained above. it's there when you need it, but not always in your face!
I've revised it to a 5-star review.
After I posted the previous review, InnoGear sent me a note pointing out, with pictures, how to reposition the connection points for the springs to greatly increase the strength of the holder. This took 2 minutes and worked. (Directions attached to this review) They also offered to ship me another one, free, if that fix didn't do what I needed.
So at this point, they get credit for:
- Pre-purchase and post-purchase support
- Good packaging
- Does what I need
Obviously, there are definitely better microphone suspension clips out there at higher cost. Those would be longer, have most positioning options, have stronger position-screws, and/or have a sturdier feel. But as an amateur who just wants to get their mic out of the way and avoid table vibrations, and especially for the money, this is a solid 5-star purchase, and I'd both get this product and go with this company again.
So I bought this for a Blue Yeti, just like the rest of the world, so let me hit you with some key points:
• The brass-colored adapter fits fine. A little smaller than the threads, but you can definitely tighten it down without the thread-tape that they so kindly provide.
• It holds well. Didn't mess with the tension at all. I leave the bottom tightener loose to rotate, and the next one up semi-tight to adjust as necessary. Sure it ain't gas, but for the price? Boy it works well.
• I have it clamped to a desk with a thickness of about 3/4". Slides a little sometimes on my slick desk, but I also don't tighten it too heavily to prevent damage.
Overall? Solid purchase. Two sandwiches vs. a mic stand. The answer's a no brainer. Two chicken sandwiches from Chickfila AND a mic stand. Double the price but double the satisfaction.
Simple to install, nicely constructed, excellent instructions including a rundown of the issue with some older Blue Yetis that were manufactured with the wrong size bolt. It even included a small roll of thread tape just in case, which I thought was above and beyond what most companies would provide. Adjustment after the fact is easy, the whole setup feels very sturdy.
Load-bearing capabilities are fast and easy to adjust just by removing a pair of springs and moving a single screw. The default configuration is for lighter to average-weight microphones, but if you have a Blue Yeti, you're going to want to adjust it for the heavier load, it makes a huge difference. The instruction booklet that comes with it is very clear on how to do this and the entire process takes 5 minutes or less.
All in all, I'm incredibly pleased with my purchase, and would recommend it to anyone looking for an inexpensive arm to get their recording equipment up off of their desk!
Definitely can feel when I'm tightening the things they don't tighten as much as I would like them to especially at the mid joint.
The base even when I can't twist anymore still moves, which is definitely not helpful when I am adjusting the mic a lot in relation to my mouth.I know the thing I have noticed two it's slightly leans a little bit for some reason and I don't know if maybe it's because the joints are bent but there is a slight lean to the left, at least on my mic stand.
If you need something quick and don't have the money this is fine. But if you want something long term then you want to get some else. I'm just being very cautious moving the mic around, but you do get what you pay for.
Update: The seller reached out to me send me a replacement stand. Definitely appreciate that notion. The review stands though. Even though this new one doesn't lean to the left, the issues are the same. The joints don't stay tight, the base moves even when tightened. I did move the springs to the lower level so it helps with my heavier mic. Like I said definitely works but not a permanent replacement, especially of you're gonna be using it constantly.
Update 2: It has now been several month and officially this mic stand is now useless. I dropped my rating from a 3 to a 1 unfortunately. Even after going back and forth with the seller and getting the original mic arm replaced (this is the one they sent me) that I purchased I wouldn't suggest getting this. I've added 2 new photos to show that at this point no matter how hard I try and tighten the screw or how much of that thread tape I wrap, it will not hold the weight of my mic. I've even used pliers to tighten it in the mic and it still comes lose. You can also see that the metal has deformed do to the amount of tighting I've done. I would suggest getting something else at this point than purchasing this stand.
I'm actually thinking of ordering another one of these arms for a webcam, but am making sure the mount will work with a camera I want. Will update.
I would recommend this for anyone that is tired of having a mic sit on their desk in the way of all their stuff and also for anyone wanting to make their setup look so much more professional for very little money.
While it can hold my BLU Snowball microphone, which is pretty heavy, there is that 'on the verge' feeling like it might not hold up. But it hasn't failed me.
It is a good solution for many needs. But my need uncovered its limit and why this kind of stand is not for me.
This unit telegraphs (carries) every sound from the surface you connect it to. In my case, that is my desk. If I bump the desk even slightly, that carries up to the mic and shows up in the audio. A fix for it would be to ount it to something else, where it can still hold the mic where you need it.
Another quirk to this stand type are the springs. If you tap on them (or bump them) the 'spoing' sound travels to the mic up the stand as well.
Note: I also own a couple of standard mic stand thread to camera thread adapters. Use one of those with this and a go pro, or web cam, and you can float it in the air without a tripod in the way of what ever else you are doing. A possible simple solution to place a point of view in the middle of a model environment that you can't get a bigger camera into.
Three stars from me only because it doesn't met my expectations, telegraphs sounds through the entire stand and feels like it was built to a low price point.
Then came adjustments and that's where everything went downhill.
None of the adjustment knobs work.
No matter how much I tighten or loosen them, the effect is the same. Adam S. Walter posted a video that perfectly shows the issue I'm having - no matter how I adjust it, it just falls. I could MAYBE make it work with some janky ties, but more than likely I'll just be returning it and shopping elsewhere.
Edit: I'm an idiot. I figured out you have to move the middle screws up a spot for it to hold heavier mics. That helped immensely, but it's still not quite as sturdy/adjustable as I would like.
CRED: I have been in the Radio/TV broadcast industry for 30+ years, so I have worked with many types and brands of mic booms, microphones and audio equipment in general.
PROS: It's cheap! I paid $13.50 for this boom which is a crazy low price for what you get. It comes with a decent desk clamp, the pre-assembled arm, a generic mic clip (which is basically worthless) and an essential, chrome metal adapter for real microphones. Given how small and light it is, I wasn't expecting it to hold my heavy Shure Super 55, but it did with no issue.
CONS: The first thing you should know, is that this boom is SMALL..the pictures are deceiving. It's a "Baby Boom" as we say in the business. A standard, microphone boom arm that you might get from Broadcast Supply (BSW) is going to give you 40" of reach, bare minimum...most are 45" or more and cost anywhere from $50-$350 depending on brand. The reach on this mic boom is a short 28" from base to mount.
Why are the others so big? The whole idea of a mic boom is to keep everything away from the action and clear up desk space. Away from your hands, your monitors, etc. Generally you mount the boom arm in the rear corner of the desk and it reaches up and over your monitors from behind. Since the reach on this mic boom is only 28", unless you have a very small desk you are going to have to clamp the stand on the front edge of your desk, close to you. This kind of defeats the whole purpose of having a mic boom in the first place.
The microphone clip that comes with it is the basic, generic clip type, only good for a standard "stick" type mic like a classic EV-635A or Shure SM57. If you are using a popular SM58 or larger you will want to use the clip that came with the mic, not this one. A bonus is that the included clip came with a second, black plastic tread adapter already screwed in. It was easily removable, so score! A second free adapter.
The really strange thing, is that inside the box I found a full 10 meter roll of PTFE Teflon Tape. The kind you use on plumbing threads to ensure they don't leak. There is no mention of this on Amazon or on the box itself, so I am not sure if it was intentional, an Amazon mistake or I got a return from a singing plumber. It wasn't needed for any of the mic boom threads, so I will use it next time I do some plumbing around the house.
SUMMARY: If you are a home user with a limited budget, you cant go wrong with this boom arm. The price is incredible and it appears decently made. If you have a small work space it might work fine as long as you don't mind its very limited reach. If you are looking for a professional, broadcast quality microphone boom like you might see in a radio station control room, look elsewhere. This isn't it.