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K&M Short Mic Stand

Steel tripod stand with telescoping boom (Model 259)

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About the K&M Short Mic Stand

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This short K&M mic stand is 16.7" tall and can be raised up to 29.5". The telescopic boom arm extends from 17.2" to 29.5". You can collapse the tripod legs for easy transportation. Warranty: 5 years.

Note: Microphone clip not included.

What's in the box:

  • Tripod base
  • Boom-arm
  • "T-bar" locking handle for boom-arm
  • 2 Microphone cable-clamps (attached to stand)

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Features

Overview: The K&M Model 259 Short Stand is a telescoping microphone stand designed for low-level applications such as miking people that are seated. Vertically, the stand can be adjusted from 16.7" up to 29.5" using the tensioning knob in the base and the twist-lock on the stand. The boom-arm has two tensioning knobs and can range in length from 17.2" when fully retracted to 29.5" when fully extended and is terminated in a standard 3/8" threaded end. The boom angle can quickly and easily be adjusted with the included "t-bar" locking-handle and the base is a folding tripod design that collapses for transport and storage.

Note: Microphone stand-adaptor not included.

Specifications:

  • Stand Height Range: 16.70" - 29.50"
  • Boom Length Range: 17.20" - 29.50"
  • Tubing Diameter: 0.6"
  • Boom-Arm Connection Thread Size: 3/8"
  • Weight: 4.54 lbs.

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