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On-Stage SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Microphone Stand

With fold-and-go convenience and steel tubing, this is a great item for any budget


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MSRP: Old Price $226.99 Discounted Price $137.95 Save : $89.04 (39%)
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This stand includes nearly everything you need for starting a studio project. At its core is a telescoping vertical shaft and an extra long telescoping boom with a solid steel counterweight. The 40-teeth boom clutch means non-slip locking power. Added to the end of the boom are a Posi-Lok mini-boom arm and a MY100 mic clip. The three folding legs that lock in place and make for a remarkably stable foundation. And, this studio boom can be taken anywhere as the entire stand folds for travel.

  • Height Adjustment: 45" - 76"
  • Boom Length: 43" - 79"
  • Base Diameter: 34"

Things You Will Get:

  • Microphone Stand

A Great Space Saver


This product will help me save space in my home studio. I like that I can lift it high enough out of the way when I don't need it, and it allows me the opportunity to lower it pretty easily when I need to use it.



Great stand. Sturdy and built well.


This has been set-up in my place since its delivery, but I have yet to mount the shotgun mic to it. I have some interviews to conduct in the future and I know this stand will be great.

Mr. Big Berd

Los Angeles, CA


Great value, works great!!!


I finally purchased the SB9600 studio boom mic stand after 7 months of looking at music stores and online. I decided on the tripod rather than wheeled & weighted stands in the consumer class because of stability of the upright and the reasonable price. The de facto pro studio boom mic stand is the Atlas SB36. It's upright tube is hefty and has a substantial flange at the base that minimizes sway. Other consumer models I looked at didn't and they sway, even when securely assembled. This stand's tripod effectively stabilizes via the upper part of the legs being at 1 1/2' to 2 feet up from the floor. The Atlas has a hefty semi-circle joint mechanism that can be screwed tight to hold the boom. The SB9600 uses interlocking metal toothed cups that are screwed together to hold the angle of the boom. There is also an interlocking joint at the end of the mic side of the boom. The infinite angle may be lost but one can compensate with the combination of boom upright height and angle to reach the desired mic position. I'm using the stand at 78" and is completely stable. The 7 pound weight was perfect to counterbalance my 3 pound mic extended 46" from the upright. At just under 17 pounds the stand is easy to handle. Assembly was simple. The only thing that was a hassle was attaching mic shock mount to the stand. (I think I will be purchasing a quick release mic connector.)


Las Vegas, NV


Decent stand for the money


Holds my sm7 without a problem. Supports my small Decca tree well. Has a good reach and is tall enough to walk under. A little difficult to adjust quickly, but that's not a big enough problem to be a negative. Was kinda beat up when I got it, needed it right away so I didn't quibble. Excellent buy for your buck!

Old Ed

West Virginia


SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Microphone Stand

5.0 4


Series Tripod Studio Boom
Other Features Height Adjustment: 45inches - 76inches; Boom Length: 43inches - 79inches; Base Diameter: 34inches
Model 29825
Warranty Info:

SB9600 Tripod Studio Boom Microphone Stand

The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for three years and labor for three years from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.