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InnoGear Microphone Arm Stand, Heavy Duty Mic Arm Microphone Stand Suspension Scissor Boom Stands with Mic Clip and Cable Ties for Blue Yeti Snowball and Blue Yeti Nano(Medium)

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Space-saving: Unlike traditional mic stands, InnoGear mic suspension boom arm is foldable, which helps free up desk space. You can easily clip and unclip the boom arm from your desk.
Upgraded Length & Freely Position: This boom arm has a MAX reach of 28 inches horizontally and 27 inches vertically for your convenience. It allows you to freely position microphones within adjustable range and will not bounce up.
Sturdy Material & Improved Load-bearing: It is made of sturdy steel, the thickness of its arm tube is improved from 0.39 inches to 0.53 inches, it can bear MAX weight of 3.5lbs.
University Compatibility: 5/8″ connector is compatible with many microphones like Blue Yeti, Blue Snowball, AT2020, AT2020USB+, AT2035, ATR2500-USB, ATR2100-USB, etc.
Premium Appearance: The built-in spring balance system looks more upscale and professional than other arms, which springs are exposed to the outside.

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Style: Adjustable. Material: Steel. Brand: InnoGear. Color: Black. Size: Medium. Material Type: Steel. Color Name: Black. Date First Available: July 11, 2019. Best Sellers Rank: #212 in Musical Instruments. Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 5,273 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B07V2FJL54. Package Dimensions: 17.44 x 8.66 x 2.05 inches. Item Weight: 3.16 pounds.

Specification: InnoGear Microphone Arm Stand, Heavy Duty Mic Arm Microphone Stand Suspension Scissor Boom Stands with Mic Clip and Cable Ties for Blue Yeti Snowball and Blue Yeti Nano(Medium)

Weight 3.16 lbs

10 reviews for InnoGear Microphone Arm Stand, Heavy Duty Mic Arm Microphone Stand Suspension Scissor Boom Stands with Mic Clip and Cable Ties for Blue Yeti Snowball and Blue Yeti Nano(Medium)

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  1. Defaultgen

    I don’t know everything about boom arms but I do own both this and a Rode PSA1. This is sturdy and certainly strong enough to hold any microphone. Just a few points of comparison: The tilt and swivel of the mic is controlled by a single screw with this fiction clamp. Swiveling the mic in this clamp isn’t smooth and you can’t lock it into place like the PSA1. Because the swivel doesn’t lock, that also means it’s harder to firmly screw a mic mount in (to be fair, the screw and washer system on the PSA1 isn’t great either, but I do think it’s better). The clamp certainly feels sturdy, although it’s not as large as the PSA1 clamp. You can lock the rotation at the clamp in place, which isn’t possible on the PSA1. Overall I also feel the PSA1 adjusts and swivels more smoothly in general. If you want to save a few bucks, you’re not losing anything in terms of functionality going with this boom arm. It’s a fine boom arm. If price is no object, I would definitely pick a PSA1 over this. They are not “exactly the same”.Read more

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  2. Phillip Blanton

    Just so you know where I am coming from, I replaced a cheapo, $13 Neweer microphone boom with this one. I have been wanting a Rode PS1 (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001D7UYBO), or a Blue Compass (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078MLBGRM) microphone boom but they were priced a little more than I wanted to spend. I figured they were all about the same, so I bought the cheapo Neweer (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00DFUEZZI), which turned out to be much like all the others I had ever used. They did their jobs fine. Then recently I saw this one for $60 that looked a lot like the Rode but was half the price, so I bought it and MAN am I glad I did. I didn’t really know just how lightweight and crappy the Neweer was until I unboxed this one. You can see the difference in size in the picture I included with this review. The Neweer is much smaller and the extra range that this Innogear has is so nice. I also like the fact that the springs are internal and somehow sound dampened when they move so it doesn’t make that “sproing kriiiing” sound that the cheaper one makes when you move it. This one moves silently. It is a bit stiffer than the Neweer, but I like that; though I presume I could adjust it with a phillips screwdriver if I wanted… Checking: Nope, the stiffness isn’t really adjustable, so that may be an issue for some people, but I quite like it. The one thing that I would ding it for is that the table clamp base is made of plastic instead of cast metal like the Neweer is. So far it seems sturdy enough and isn’t worth a whole star so I’m leaving the review at five stars, but if they were to make it with a steel or cast aluminum base with a nylon insert to make pivoting smooth, then I’d be a little happier. Overall it’s a superb microphone boom arm and you definitely cannot complain for the price. I haven’t directly compared it to the Rode PSA1 or Blue Compass, because I haven’t gotten my hands on either of those, but I can’t imagine a better boom arm than this one, especially after having used the Neweer and other cheapies in the same class, for years.Read more

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  3. Amazon Customer

    this may be a bit presumptuous but upon examining this product, it is basically the same as the rode boom arm but intentionally crippled in a sense due to the fact that the base arm, though built to articulate, is screwed so tightly together and probably glued with Loctite or something that it is immobile so the only movement you get is from the top arm. up and down essentially. I have a theory they just took the same rode stand, crippled it, added a different base clamp and repackage the whole thing. I cannot stand companies that make products like this, just to sell on a different tier with less features. if you are looking for a mic stand this size that can move your mic in 3D space this is not it. go ahead and pay $100+ for the other ones.Read more

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  4. Marta M

    Blue Yeti User: I mean it, no problems. Sturdy, the plastic clamp is hard plastic. While I can see someone’s desire for a metal clamp, I dont have any reservations weather it will survive the life of the arm itself. As a person who values cable management, I dont have a problem with how its set up. The velcro ties are helpful for storing the wires neatly. Pro Tip: dont do as I had done initially and place the tie around the entire width of the arm, but between them. The joints are stiff but that makes me confident that it will last a long time and that it will stay in place while in use. I am so glad that I did not buy the yeticaster (while cool) or the Rodes boom arms. This more than works for my purposes. Use: I use my microphone for my WFH office to record lectures and just as a better mic for zoom meetings. Equipment: I am using the InnoGear boom arm with my Mounkey metal pop filter (if you are thinking about it, get it, it’s worth it!) and a Auphonix pro blue yeti shock mount. I did not need an adapter and it fit right into my mount. Finally my desk is 5” long standing desk and it is two inches thick. It barely slid on but it did so if your desk is ANY thicker than that this WILL NOT work for you. However, if you bought a cheap boom arm first, like most of us, keep your clamp because it just might fit. I dont have a problem positioning my mic for comfort sitting or standing. I have it positioned at the side of my desk. If I got the jumbo version I would have the mic come from above my screens. I would recommend! Enjoy!Read more

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  5. Kyle

    This is exactly as the $100 RODE PSA1 Swivel Mount Boom except half the price, highly recommend. Its even long enough to have on the backside of my desk and go over my monitors comfortably.Read more

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  6. Jeremy James

    Product can somewhat hold my microphone, it has occasional lowering and every couple of hours needs to be repositioned. It’s also destroying my desk and created a hole in my desk. My microphone is an NT Rode USB with a shock mount called sm6 which only weights at about 1.210kg which is less than the promoted 1.6kg. I will admit the microphone stand worked well from the side of the desk, and didn’t cause and create any holes but I have a 2 meter desk and the arm does not reach as far as I’d like it to.Read more

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  7. Matt T

    not only did shipping take way longer than I expected from amazon, but the product I recieved does not match the one in the pictures (looks and feels like cheaper quality) and its clearly been used and returned. The sticky foam pad on the clamp is ripped and displaced, the screw on the clamp doesnt sit flush with the desk surface. The pin on the arm that goes into the clamp is all scrathed and scarred where the screw has already been dug into it to tighten it. Not happy at all with the product.Read more

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  8. ort

    It can hold on its own with heavier mics and has a nice look to it. If you find the stand to be too stiff, just loosen the bolts on the side with a small Allen ranch and remove the plates. Then you will find two other bolts underneath that are super tight. Just loosen those a little bit and place the side plates back on.Read more

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  9. Leandra

    It’s been 3 months, still stiff and no fatigueRead more

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  10. Alonso garcia

    Es muy resistente y calidad demasiado buena por el precio lo que cambiaría sería el clip que va agarrado a la mesa pero lo demás bienRead more

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