K&M 210/9 Black

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Microphone Stand

  • Similar to K&M 210/2 but with telescopic boom arm
  • Diecast base
  • Foldable legs
  • Wide base
  • Height is adjustable from 900 to 1600 mm
  • Colour: Black
  • Boom arm length: 460 - 770 mm
  • Weight: 3.2 kg
Stand type Boom stand
Color Black
Foot Tripod
length of the boom 435 mm – 745 mm
Max. height - min.height 900 mm – 1605 mm
Verstelbare Hengel 1
Item number 104942
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Connection 3/8"
min. length of the boom 435 mm
max. length of the boom 745 mm
min.height 900 mm
Max. height 1605 mm
Main tube adjustment 1
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Very high quality stand.
Anonymous 14.01.2017
This is easily the best mic stand I've ever used, it's rock solid and has a very large footprint, making it strong in every direction.

The bottom shaft and the legs are very thick, meaning it has a low centre of gravity, and is really difficult to accidentally knock over (if it's even possible to do so).

One slight downside is that it is rather heavy, and can be cumbersome to transport - although it does collapse down into itself quite well, making it small enough to carry under one arm without bumping into everything.

For the price I'm very pleased, and expect it to last many years - also, the parts which may fail can be replaced, meaning you can just fix it, rather than throwing it away if it does break.

I bought it with K&M 25905 'micro-stand', which is a perfect partner for vocals and guitar, as this has quite a high ground clearance, whereas the micro is shorter, thus it fits snugly underneath and can get two mics very close together.

This stand is especially well suited to holding a stereo bar, as it is very strong - even at full extension (vertically and horizontally). I've used it for drum overheads and over an upright piano, it holds my Oktava mk012's very securely for hours without even the suggestion of stooping.

All things considered, exceptionally good stand, easily worth the money (buy cheap, buy twice), and good looking to boot.

Thomann, as usual, were brilliant in their service.
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Strong and sturdy
Daniel B. 502 15.11.2017
I own multiple K&M stands and the reason for this is they are quality at a reasonable price. I've owned cheap knock off stands etc and always find the 'buy cheap buy twice' motto to hold true always. the locking devices on these are not cheap and flimsy, nor do they tend to sag or work loose over time like the cheap versions you can buy. This saves time and money in the long run. I have torn these down 100's of times to move them around to venues and around the studio and there as good as new still. This is another work horse of the studio and worth every penny.
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Great!
VO Artist 29.12.2021
Very strong material in my opinion and sturdy
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K&M does it again
Anonymous 03.03.2016
Though this looks almost the same as my cheap mic stand, it's miles better in terms of quality feel. It will not fall over, the tightening screws will actually hold the boom in place, and the best thing is that if you should be unlucky and strip a screw, each individual part can be purchased separately. It's somewhat heavy, but that should just be an indicator of quality, not a deterrent. If you have an expensive mic, the last thing you want is for it to take a nose dive into the stage floor.
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