Boyong By 751 Heavy Duty Microphone Stand
Boyong By 751 Heavy Duty Microphone Stand is a height adjustable stand with telescoping boom arm. The mic stand offers sturdy support for live sound, theater, rehearsal, and recording applications. It features a clutch to allow you to raise the stand height.
A Boyong By 751 Heavy Duty Microphone Stand is a free-standing mount for a mic. It allows the mic to be positioned in the studio, on stage or on location without requiring a person to hold it.
The most basic Boyong By 751 Heavy Duty Microphone Stand is a straight stand. It uses a dome-shaped round metal base, or a tripod base, into which is threaded a post for mounting the mic
A very popular updated version of the straight stand uses the “folding tripod base stand”, instead of the round, domed metal base. This folding base allows for easier packing of the stand when moving from location to location and reduces the weight of the stand.
However, to compensate for the lack of weight at the base while still maintaining stability, the three “feet” of the tripod must extend out beyond the radius of a round base. The trade-off is that these “feet” may become a trip-hazard on a dark stage.
A “boom arm” attaches to the top of the stand so the microphone can move in the horizontal plane. A guitar player, for example, might use this to place the microphone directly in front of his mouth without having the upright portion of the stand in the way of the guitar.
Boyong By 751 Heavy Duty Microphone Stand also lets musicians have the microphone closer to the sound source when floor space is at a premium.
This can be particularly useful when placing microphones on a drum stand when the microphone stands must compete for space with things like cymbal stands. Boom arms are offered both in fixed length and adjustable (telescoping) lengths.