Peak Music Stands SM-52 Tripod Mic Stand with Boom ArmProduct #430815 Peak Music Stands 430815 LIF Microphone Stands https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Get your mic where you want it to be.
Peak Music Stands SM-52 is a tripod-style mic stand made from high-grade tubular steel with a sturdy boom arm. It is foldable, portable, and the base is made of a nylon tension fitting with a positive leg-lock feature. The microphone stand also comes with the Signature Peak Clamping Lever height-adjustment mechanism which makes it easy to get the mic stand and boom at just the right level for capturing your vocals or instrument.
- High-grade tubular steel construction
- Nylon tension fitting tripod base
- Adjustable boom arm
- Signature Peak Clamping Lever height-adjustment mechanism
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Comments about Peak Music Stands SM-52 Tripod Mic Stand with Boom Arm:
I had read a few reviews on this stand and most said is was a good stand so when I saw them at this price, I bought one. Tubular materials are solid and well made. The thing that is different about this stand is that all the adjustments are made by the use of nylon 'cam' type levers that clamp the particlar pieces in place. The nylon levers seem very durable also and they actually work very well. Having said that, the nylon cam on the boom arm on the stand I received didn't work. My suspicion is that the boom arm 'tube' diameter was slightly 'off' as the clamp would work at the top and bottom of the arm but not the middle. Perhaps this is why they were on sale, the manufacturer knowing that a few bad pieces had made it thru the manufacturing process however, I was surprised that this wasn't caught in quality control. The only other thing is that the 'legs' of the stand are riveted on instead of bolted. I personally don't see this as a problem for those of us who take care of our equipment. Easy enough to drill them out and replace with bolts if they ever do fail.
I wouldn't concern yourself with the nylon cams. I actually like them and I've had threaded stands were the threads got damaged, etc. and were a hassle to work with. I love this stand. Very sturdy and much easier to pack and transport with no big round base to deal with. I would have gave this stand a '10' but I did recieve a piece that was faulty. I would have no problem buying this stand at it's normal price point but at this price, it's a no brainer! I'll probably buy a couple more and will urge my friends and band members to pick one up.