Amazon.com.mx:Opiniones de clientes: InnoGear Soporte de micrófono ajustable para bola de nieve azul y bola de nieve azul iCE con brazo de tijera con micrófono parabrisas y filtro de micrófono de doble capa, carga máxima de 1,5 kg
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Edit: Terrible, unethical way of doing business! I wrote the following negative review about this product, then the company reached out and sent me their very expensive version for free. Now I know why. Because today I received an email requesting that I remove the following negative review (reading between the lines it was very quid pro quo). I’m not going to erase this negative review just because you tried to buy my positive response. This is a cheap bike stand, in both money, and quality. It is what it is. Your expensive one works well, probably because you spent a lot more on it. I just wanted people to know it’s better to save up a little bit of money and go with a more expensive version. Now that I know how these people do business, I will never buy this brand again (or at least not from this seller on Amazon). — Original review (that I STILL stand by): Very low quality clamp. The whole thing and the springs just feels very cheap— Does not keep the mic where I need it to be. My recommendation: Save up a little more and buy something much more sturdy.
This product is cheap, and you get what you pay for, it refuses to hold tension after a couple of weeks of use. It's basically impossible to get the shield to stay where you want it, it just droops down no matter how high you set the shield, it ultimately falls back to the same spot. I didn't expect much of of this thing, but it under-delivered on those low expectations.
Basically, it gets the job done. It doesn't feel very sturdy because of how the mounting mechanism is made. You have to put the whole stand into a small hole with a screw in it. This screw doesn't have a hole so you basically force the screw into the side of the stand in order to secure it. The problem is that you will eventually put a hole or crack the metal and the stand won't screw in anymore.
Because of that, I don't recommend it. It's also pretty thin and feels flimsy. If this is your first mic stand and you get it with the coupon, I think it's worth it. But I don't think it will last more than a year. So just use it until you can afford a better quality one.
This should've been expected for such an inexpensive set up. But I thought surely there must be some redeeming value for it... And it sure didn't turn out to be the arm. The main reason I bought this was to have more space on my work from home setup. The arm has two joints, but only one of them has a clamp to tighten. Sadly the one closest to the base is terrible and can't hold weight. If you've got it in the right position and don't ever want to move it, you can ratchet down the bolts, but then you're stuck with only being able to move the elbow. At least the windscreen fit alright. It is a bit tight, so it was frustrating to get it on. Hopefully it'll last a little while and I won't have to replace it soon.
I just received the mic stand. Overall the presentation is perfect, everything is wrapped super nice and easy to set up/use. However, after a while I noticed the stand couldn't actually hold itself up. The pop filter keeps falling due to gravity so I have to keep adjusting it. For the price value, I think it's worth it and a good investment. I would rather spend $20 than $50+ on a simple mic stand. I find it nice how they include the pop filter, and the mic cover. In conclusion, I would buy this product again but keep in mind that you will need to adjust it over and over again. So if you find this annoying, I would invest more money into a more sturdy product.
Material is really cheap, mine head together for a year, but the springs make it very loud to move, and the metal grinds together at the base. If you don't plan on moving it, it's probably worth it, otherwise I wouldn't recommend.
Product arrived, and the arm felt very cheaply made and wasn’t very sturdy. I bought this for my yeti mic, and the arm doesn’t seem to be able to support the weight. Overall the price isn’t expensive, but I was just hoping for a little more.