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Thomas Le:
My church is taking a gamble on the On Stage MS9701B+ for their choral mics when the K&M rebranded AKG stands started to lose the boom screws, so far it works and feels rugged.

Mal Brown:
I've been buying K&M off Amazon at $40 per boom stand.  Solid not telescoping boom.  They seem fine.  Also just picked up a K&M overhead stand at $120 which seems pretty nic.  Easier to move/pack than the Atlas monsters I've been using.  Will b sure to have the boom in line with a leg at full extension or a tube of sand on the opposite leg...

Mike Goodreau:
I am a longtime K & M user but there is actually a new On Stage MS9701 that is a pretty good alternate to 21090 K & M.  Had them for 6 months and fine so far. Time will tell!


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George Dougherty:

--- Quote from: Mike Goodreau on April 14, 2017, 02:55:26 PM ---I am a longtime K & M user but there is actually a new On Stage MS9701 that is a pretty good alternate to 21090 K & M.  Had them for 6 months and fine so far. Time will tell!


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At $50, I'd still rather have a K&M or Tama MS205 for the marginally higher price point.  Like many others though I'm biased against anything carrying the OnStage brand.  I'd also not call $50 a "cheap" mic stand even if it is decent.

Dan Richardson:

--- Quote from: George Dougherty on April 19, 2017, 11:43:43 PM ---At $50, I'd still rather have a K&M or Tama MS205 for the marginally higher price point.  Like many others though I'm biased against anything carrying the OnStage brand.  I'd also not call $50 a "cheap" mic stand even if it is decent.

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They're $35. Definitely cheap. Definitely decent.

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