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Reviews Summary for Rode PSA-1 Studio Boom Arm
Rode PSA-1 Studio Boom Arm Reviews: 1 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $99.00
Description: The Rode PSA-1 studio boom arm is perfect for radio, broadcast, or home use. Designed to fit unobtrusively into your studio, this easy-to-use and continuously adjustable boom arm gives you full 360-degree access to your microphone, with a stable horizontal and vertical reach of nearly three feet! The PSA1 can easily accommodate microphones weighing up to 2.4 lbs., making it an ideal desk stand for most broadcast-style microphones. Hook-and-loop wraps keep your cables out of the way, and a set of attachments provide multiple mounting options for your Rode PSA-1 stand.
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K5KNM Rating: 5/5 Jan 8, 2015 18:19 Send this review to a friend
Great stand ! Great Price!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
After considering using a desk-mount boom stand, I started researching available products out there. I did consider the Heil PL2-T but after reading the reviews here on Eham, I decided to go with this one.

This stand is rock solid and steadily holds my large ribbon mic with pop filter weighing just over 3 lbs. The desk clamp is rock solid too and I feel safe with my expensive and delicate ribbon mic.

I will eventually use the supplied desktop mounting flange which requires drilling a hole for a permanent and even more secure mounting location.

This stand looks professional and should last a long time. The scissor arms are sturdy and don't make noise.

The one advantage the Heil has is a top and back opening of the frame to hide the mic cable. The Rode model uses supplied hook and loop straps to secure the cable, not quite as neat but effective.

The Heil cost more and you have to pay extra for the desktop flange mount, the Rode comes with it.

If your looking for a desktop boom, then I would say this one is a winner!

See my pics on QRZ!

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