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Samson MD2

Desktop microphone stand

Item # 899MD2

Up your desktop recording game with this handy mic stand.

Up your desktop recording game with this handy mic stand.

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Item # 899MD2

Temporarily out of stock

Expected: 12/2/2019

$21.99

About the Samson MD2

Made for podcasts

Whether it's podcasting, audio for video, journalism, or other desktop recording projects, Samson's MD2 Desktop Microphone Stand makes an excellent addition to your studio. It's adjustable from 6 to 9 inches in height for perfect positioning, while the compact 4-inch wide die-cast metal base provides stability without hogging desk space. Standard 5/8" threading makes the stand compatible with most mic holders. Warranty: 1 year.

What's in the box:

  • Base plate
  • Telescoping stand w/ adjustment knob and locking-collar
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Overview: The Samson MD2 Desktop Microphone Stand is the ideal mic accessory for any desktop studio. It features a weighted, 4" diameter, die-cast metal base to ensure firm stability and a telescoping arm that allows 6-9" of microphone height. The telescoping arm is terminated with 5/8"-27 threading, making it compatible with any standard mic clip (sold separately), and includes a threaded locking-collar for securing the mic clip in place. The MD2 is ideal for podcasts, voiceovers, music recording, or any other desktop microphone application.

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