Mint condition - used only in home studio.
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Solid, reliable, and portable, the DR Pro DR259 keeps things simple with a basic low-profile tripod microphone stand with telescoping boom. The boom is 19" and extends to 31". It is height adjustable from 9" to 17". The tripod legs extend to 19" per side.
The midpoint-locking clutch makes adjusting its height easy, and you never have to worry about your stand collapsing, even under the weight of your heaviest microphones.
The stand is strong, lightweight, and uses durable powder-coated finish paint, tougher tubing, and precision mechanical parts.
The price does not include the Sabra-Som ST2 Bar for holding two microphones as it shows on some pictures.
If you want to buy it with the stand, the cost is $25.
This is the best dual microphone mount on the market. It consists of two 5/8" male thread devices and one articulated 5/8" female thread support, all sliding on a 20 cm. long hexagonal rod. This allows the mounting of two microphones on the same stand with variable distance and angulation between them.