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About this product


  • Compatible with most microphone holders using a universal screw attachment
  • Sturdy and secure base paired with a boom makes this stand great for most scenarios
  • Adjustable height from 1m to 1.76 m with additional 83cm boom allows for a wide variety of usage

Product overview

• Compatible with most microphone holders using a universal screw attachment
• Sturdy and secure base paired with a boom makes this stand great for most scenarios
• Adjustable height from 1m to 1.76 m with additional 83cm boom allows for a wide variety of usage

Where can I use this microphone stand?
You can use this microphone stand on stage, while recording in a studio or even at home. Ensure your microphone is held in the perfect position by using this sturdy microphone stand with adjustable boom. The screw fitting at the end of the boom allows for compatibility with most microphone holders, or it can easily be adapted to fit non-compatible microphone holders.

Will it support heavier microphones?
This microphone stand comes with a large and sturdy base, allowing for maximum stability even with the boom at full reach. The large base also allows for heavier professional microphones as well as pop filters to be attached without unbalancing the stand. Microphones up to a maximum of 3kg are supported.

Can I adjust this stand?
Offering adjustable heights from 1m to 1.76m as well as the attached 75cm boom, you can always position your microphone at the perfect height and angle. Being able to tilt the boom at a 360 degree angle allows you to effortlessly manoeuvre your microphone over a keyboard or piano to maintain the optimum position.

The height can be easily adjusted using an easy to grip twist clamp, allowing for quick and easy interchange of heights between users and requirements.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from The microphone stand and boom appears to be very good value. It is compact, works well and is very sturdy. It does not come with a microphone clip as standard (at least the one I purchased did not). This is just as well since one can purchase as an accessory, a suitable one from the range on offer. But DO try one before you leave the shop. Microphones vary a lot in size, especially the wireless ones, which are usually fatter and less tapered than the more common ones with leads. For example, Maplin's own Mics (Stock N44CU UHF Wireless) are a too tight a fit in their Wireless Mic Holder Stock Code N44KR). A performer will struggle (embarrassingly) to unclip/clip the Mic from the holder. If you already have your Mic, take it with you to try. Buying on-line is a bit trickier. As a last resort, it is possible to alleviate this problem by VERY CAREFULLY heating the plastic with a hair dryer or similar and forcing the clip open, to a larger diameter, then immediately dropping it in cold water to 'fix' it. It worked fine for me. Do not attempt this if you think you might want to return it to the shop for any reason, as I am sure Maplins would be within their rights to refuse it's return.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid stand - especially for the price. Good deal.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works nicely! I'm a complete amateur so this is my first mic stand. For other that have the Blue Snowball and wondering, yes this DOES work with it. So be sure to grab it!
Date published: 2016-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from As manny people know, a great deal of my time is invested in my daughter and her singing aspirations. I and her father spend a lot of time either accompanying her, or her dad acts as unpaid chauffeur, to rehearsals for shows, the shows themselves and competitions. I'm hoping that she won't enter too many competitions this year as she has her GCE A levels coming up in May and June. Whether she enters competitions or not, she will still be taking part in some stage school shows. Also, hopefully she will be acting and singing in the next big school production. All of these events involve a lot of singing. And so, as well as listening to her read her scripts, she also often asks me to listen to songs she is thinking of performing for shows and recitals, and also new songs she is learning. I am asked for my positive feedback. Although I am her mother I will only ever give an honest opinion, even if this makes me unpopular occasionally. Fortunately we have similar tastes, mostly. As she first got a real taste for singing when she was only seven and she is now seventeen, I've heard lots of songs; learnt many new ones, and become a fan of musical theatre. But my daughter is no Prima Dona; people are always surprised that she loves to sing as she is fairly reticent in her nature. In fact, in her earlier days it was I who suggested she join a stage school in the hope of improving her confidence. Because of her hopes of pursuing her singing as a career we (her parents) have bought a few microphones for her. The last microphone we purchased was as a Christmas gift for 2009. I should have, at the same time, bought a stand to go with it as there was a linked offer. I can't remember what the saving was but if the mic and stand were bought together, then a saving could be made. I think we hesitated as we weren't sure which stand would be best, and my husband thought she wouldn't want one. Really, I knew he was wrong! The new microphone proved a popular gift when given with her other Christmas presents. And, after trying it out, she said she would really like a stand and would like to purchase one with some of her Christmas money. I considered this a good thing to spend her money on but stipulated that it needed to be foldable as we seem to be running out of space in our house. So we had a look on the internet for suitable stands and soon found the one I am reviewing which was purchased, as was the microphone, from Maplin. Maplin is a nationwide electronics specialist supplier. They have a comprehensive website and will deliver. However, as I have a Maplins in my preferred shopping centre, I decided to go to the store to buy. This way of shopping meant that I could see properly what I was purchasing before making a final decision. Maplin staff can usually offer some advice on a prospective purchase (we have had some disappointments though!) but I really mostly wanted to make sure that I was buying a stand that would fold. It did. It does! Once home it was set up, fairly quickly. On purchase it was contained in a cardboard box and needed some minor assembling. It took approximately ten to fifteen minutes. Once set up the stand was quickly put in use. On went the music. Out came the mic which was fixed onto the stand and away she went. As to the neighbours, well I am fortunate that my neighbour often says that when the piano is being played or my daughter is singing she likes to turn the volume down on her television to hear better. The stand I have in my home is the black version. I am pleased that it doesn't take up too much room. Because the tripod stand is low to the ground I can manage to push two of the legs under a cupboard so that it doesn't dominate the room. When not in use for a few days it can be folded easily by straightening the three legs of the stand (or base). The boom can be angled well, making this suitable for many different heights. When not in use the boom can be put in an upright position. The whole stan...
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Good for about 3 weeks but disappointed I have brought a few of these mics stands and works great for the first few weeks and then the Base starts pulling away from the clamp on the bottom of the mic stand which makes it unusable.
Date published: 2016-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING VALUE I got this to keep my hands free for DJing and now 100% love it in fact 110% worth buying would rate ****** for ALL Catagorys
Date published: 2017-12-08
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Maximum Dimensions
Height 1.76 m
Width 0.6 m
Depth 0.46 m
Minimum Dimensions
Height 1 m
Width 0.3 m
Depth 0.15 m
Folded Dimensions
Height 1 m
Width 0.3 m
Depth 0.15 m
Max load weight 3 kg
Stand weight 2.1 kg
Package Contents

Would i be able to use the stand with mic without the ext arm ?

Asked by: clive
You can use the stand without the boom arm it can fold out of the way when not in use.
Answered by: Nash
Date published: 2018-02-22

Can I just screw a blue yeti USB Microphone on to this.

Asked by: Zach
Yes, i am pleased to advise this product will do exactly as you require. You may require adapters like the following. Microphone Stand 3/8 to 5/8 Adapter Quoting product code: FV12N
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2018-01-09

dose this fit the ?

Asked by: DJ Ned
Yes this would be fine.
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2017-04-15

will it work with

Asked by: DJ Ned
Yes this will work fine.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-10-21

How do I assemble this boom stand ?

Asked by: Flip
If you are struggling I would advise visiting on of our stores where a member of staff would be only too happy to demonstrate how to assemble the stand.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-10-07

can it be used outdoors

Asked by: DJ Ned
Yes, I am pleased to advise the item will support this use.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-07-26

I am a new user of microphones. I have a wireless microphone. What is the 'boom' for on this stand ?

Asked by: boofuls
The Boom is the arm that the Mic attaches too.
Answered by: Darren
Date published: 2016-04-15

With the boom fully extended horizontally what is the maximum weight at the microphone end supported without the boom clamp slipping, and what is the maximum weight before the height adjustment slips?

Asked by: Troika
There isn't a particular maximum weight given, this product is designed for standard microphones and we cannot advise using anything different.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2015-10-05
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