Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: InnoGear Soporte de micrófono ajustable para bola de nieve azul y bola de nieve azul iCE, soporte de brazo de tijera con parabrisas de micrófono y filtro pop de micrófono de doble capa, carga máxima de 1,5 kg, mediano
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I’ve had this for a while and it’s great it’s still working the way it should but some things to consider Make sure you have to room to mount it I had the room on my first desk but my new one it doesn’t have too much room so slips if i move it but that’s on me not the product but I will say if you don’t have the thing suuuper tight it will sometimes start to slouch or fall down very rare but it happens
First time ordering a boom arm. Surprisingly sturdy given the weight of the Blue Snowball. Could use some cable routing options, but the linkages feel good. If tightened loose enough on grub screw, it can swivel too. Pop filter needs to be screwed tighter if you want it to not fall on you. Getting some soft pliers and torquing it down is your best bet. Unsure what the sleeve is for but I like the black look more than the stock white.
Purchased as a gift for my mother. Mounted it on a portable/foldy white table with an edge width of about 3" and it seemed sturdy. It isn't the easiest to adjust, but supports the weight of the Yeti Snowball with no issues. Put it where you want it and it's not difficult to push straight back then pull straight forward again.
This is a perfectly serviceable boom arm; the custom accessories for the Blue Snowball™ mic are a nice bonus. The sheet metal components are a little thin/flimsy; I think that it would be fairly easy to accidentally bend/snap off the hooks that hold the springs at the base. However, it hopefully won't be taking a whole lot of abuse in a home studio environment. Happily using it now - it's helped to eliminate quite a bit of desk clutter in my home recordings!
The mix stand works very well for the value. It is pretty sturdy but does feel a bit awkward to move around. I purchased this because I wanted a way to swing my mic out of the way when not in use. The spring design makes it difficult to move into a new position as it slowly creeps closer to the place of least resistance.
For being around $20 for two filters and a scissor stand, it does it’s job. I just reveieved the product and it does what it’s supposed to do but lacks a little in some departments. The stand does rotate and holds up well but it doesn’t have the smoothest motion. The individual filter fits on but it does come kind of compressed in the bag it’s shipped in. The pop filter that you attach is probably the biggest con. It doesn’t really stay in place too well even after trying to bend in a lot in the right direction. Ultimately, I wouldn’t expect the best quality because it’s so affordable but it’s not a bad product.