- Boxed-product Weight: 862 g
- Item Model Number: Neewer
- ASIN: B00DW3ZT76
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 9 November 2017
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
Neewer NB-39 Adjustable 43.3"/110cm Studio Recording Microphone Suspension Boom Scissor Arm Stand with Microphone Clip & Table Mounting Clamp
- 1.Max. Microphone Clip Diameter is 1.26"/32mm. 2.Microphone and Filter Shield Mask NOT Included.
- Composed of 2 pieces: (1)Scissor Arm Stand with Handheld Microphone Clip for Handheld Microphone and (1)Table Mounting Clamp.
- The scissor arm stand is made out of all steel construction, sturdy and durable
- Folding type, convenient to carry. Stable, tough, and affordable. Can be mounted on the announcers' table.
- The double-braced arms add strength. Your microphone is held safely on this scissor arm microphone clip
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Max. Microphone Clip Diameter is 1.26"/32mm.
Microphone & Filter Shield Mask NOT Included!
Microphone Scissor Arm Stand with Clip + Table Mounting Clamp:
Completely flexible, firmly attach the microphone anywhere.
Suitable for any stores, families, stages, studios, broadcasting and TV stations, etc.
A standard microphone clip allows you to mount any standard-sized handheld microphone.
Adjustable legs for placement on uneven surfaces. Allow you to carry it with you easily and adjust the suitable angle & height to show your perfect voice.
It is equipped with super-strong spring so that it can stand much more weight.
Can be used in various places and its elegant outlook suits all kinds of occasions.
Max load: Approx 4KG
1x Microphone Scissor Arm Stand with Clip for Handheld Microphone
1x Table Mounting Clamp
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The plan was to mount this on a shelf above the monitor and although the length was okay, I couldn't get it to bend down to a suitable position. Now mounted to the back of my desk, I can get the mic to right position, but arm is just not long enough now.
Quality wise, it's certainly not top notch material but should be ok for a 'bit' of regular movement in home hobby situation. My main concern is the hole where the arm slips into the desk clamp. With the arm stretched out, there is noticeable resistance when swinging the arm sideways. Can't just flick it sideways, need to kinda push back a bit on the arm whilst turning. The desk clamp needs to be REAL tight to avoid it moving.
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(UPDATE!) I was about to purchase two more of these, but it is now, yet another product that will only be sold to Prime members. Really? If I was on the fence about whether it would be worth my while to pay for Prime, there's NO WAY I'll do it now, as I am really irritated by the constant, agressive and desperate attempts to beg for Prime sign-ups, including this strong arm crap. As for the Neewer NB-39, there are countless listings for this exact model on another site, that rhymes with "BEEBAY..."
A lot of people complain about bouncing, yet I'm willing to bet many of them have desks made from press-board... which is barely better than cardboard. My desk is really solid, and I feel like I can kick my desk and not have too much bouncing. If you mount the arm to something solid, this won't be an issue.
The rod that's clamped at the neck can fall out, but it's kind of designed to be that way so that you can rotate the mic at the base. You're supposed to loosen the hand screw when you want to alter the position of your mic, then tighten it when position to your liking. Keep it tight and it won't fall out.
This is a solid microphone scissor arm stand, and I would absolutely spend a few extra dollars for this one over the NB-35. It works great with my Samson C01u pro and included everything necessary to mount it to my desk. I wouldn't hesitate to order again.