Height: 9.5 - 15.5". * Base diameter: 6" * Includes an adjustable-height shaft and locking clutch * Ideal for home recording (ie. desktop) or live sound reinforcement (ie. kick drum, piano, amps, etc.) * No Boom * Black Finish The On Stage DS7200 is perfect for podcast mics and lots of other applications. The DS7200 is an upgrade to the standard desk stand with an adjustable-height shaft, and a die-cast steel clutch. Height is adjustable from 9.5 to 15.5 inches. The base is 6 inches in diameter.
I purchased this microphone stand to use with a large diaphragm recording microphone in a shock mount. While it only functions moderately well for this purpose, as the base is not heavy enough to completely counterbalance the microphone and microphone mount, I would have to believe it was not designed for the purpose I am using it for, so I'm not judging it based on my "off-label" use.That said, the base is plenty heavy enough to hold a lighter microphone, or a microphone who's weight is centered more over ..
I bought this stand a few months ago and it has held up quite well. For only $12.00 it is a steal, the stand is extremely sturdy and pretty heavy. I have used it with multiple mics such as the Audio Technica 2020 with the Samson SP01 shock-mount, a Rode K2, a Studio Projects C1 and a neumann TLM 103. I have not had any problems and the stand is heavy enough to use with basically any mic. I was not going to write a review for this product but I came across another review that stated "I purchased this stand a..