• On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
  • On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
  • On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
  • On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
  • On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
  • On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar
On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar

On-Stage MY700 Deluxe Stereo Microphone Bar

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Dhs. 226.00
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  • Holds up to six microphones with standard 5/8?-27 threaded knobs
  • Standard 5/8"-27 threaded ends will fit most mic clips, goosenecks, booms and more
  • 45 angle adjustments on both sides creates versatility
  • Ideal for press conferences, broadcasting and instrument/vocal recording in live or studio environments

Customer Reviews

On-Stage has addressed one of the complaintsI read a number of reviews before I purchased and saw that some identified a problem with the tightening knobs being threaded all the way which limited control of the mic direction (because the holes are threaded as well). Some solved by using a dremel to remove threads on the knob threads at the bottom. Looks like On-Stage has addressed this issue. Mine arrived with the modification that some had suggested. Works perfectly. 5Solid construction and useful.I recently bought one of these to use with a pair of Shure SM-81mics for X-Y recording. The bar is nice and solid. My only complaint is that the big screws that go into your mic clips are a bit long, so when attaching a smaller clip like those used by the SM-81s the screws bottomed out before the clips were secure. This resulted in loose mics flopping around. I don't think this would be a problem with most mics that have deeper clips. I fixed the issue by making some custom gaskets on a 3d printer, and now the SM-81s are locked down nicely. Also some other reviewers have said that the main mounting hole threads strip easily. The bar comes with a big metal washer that you use to tighten the main mount, and when correctly used I don't anticipate any thread stripping. This is mic bar is an inexpensive and useful addition to any recording setup or studio. 4Minor (but fixable) flaw greatly affects usabilityRevised Nov 1 2018This simple mic bar would be an ideal low cost option except for a small flaw that hampers its ability to position the mic holders at an arbitrary angle. The bar is threaded to capture the adjustment screws, which is fine to prevent their being lost. But the threads on the screws go too close to the knob end. This causes the screws up tighten against the bar, unable to turn freely into the mic holder. This prevents mic holder from being positioned at any arbitrary angle. The mic holder will only tighten against the bar (and hold still) at one angular position. Turning the knob draws the screw out of the bar, and also out of the mic holder at the same time, so the relative position between mic holder and bar remains the same. (I admit this is not easy to understand, but take my word for it. A mic holder can be tightened in only one angular position---unless you make a fix to the un-threaded portion of the screws).This flaw prevents aligning the mics at the desired angles because the holders can only be aimed in one direction relative to the bar. I originally worked around this flaw with some duct tape to hold the nearly-tight mic holder at the proper angular position. But a better fix is to grind away a few threads near the knob end to provide more un-threaded length on the screw. (This is typical of a captive screw, but the threads on these screws went to too far toward the knob end).The screws on the outer "wings" of this bar only required removal of two threads. I used a Dremel tool with several cut-off discs stacked to provide a wider grinding surface. The inner two screws go through a thicker bar, requiring removal of about 5-6 threads. I didn't bother grinding the two screws that hold the wings in a fixed position.So if you want a budget bar this one is OK, but be aware of the limitations caused by the improperly fashioned screws. 2It works, but it's not fancy or ruggedI'm using it as a mount for XY, ORTF, M/S and Blumlein positioning - I picked it over a few others because with the extended arms it's long enough to hold some tall ribbon mics for MS (which my other heavy duty mic bars couldn't fit).It works, but I wouldn't use this live or constantly fiddle with it. Once I have everything in place, it becomes a "don't touch it!" kind of scenario because it has a tendency to "adjust" itself under the weight of anything bigger than an SM58. It can sag a little too if holding a larger mic horizontally, but then it's like a milimeter of metal so this is not unexpected.It does the job, and it does it cheap. I wouldn't exactly recommend it if you need something heavy and studio-grade, but it worked for me as a quick fix to a coupla problems. 3Great utility, less than stellar threads/holesGood price. I'm satisfied, but average build quality.I am using three mics mounted at once for a mid-side setup, and this unit holds well enough.The flexible arms can be removed / stacked if you desire and, if sufficiently tightened, hold in place.As titled, the threads and holes are less than stellar. On my unit, three of the holes have plenty of resistance when trying to screw the included 5/8" screws. Once screwed in, the screw can turn freely to make securing your microphone easier. Your microphones will, of course, hold in place given enough tension/tightness. 3Really not bad, but some weird design decisionsReally not bad, but some weird design decisions. Only the screws on the far end have enough clearance to spin freely. The other four you can't tighten onto your stands and have any ability to point them. I put on locknuts to give me this ability. Plan on picking up a couple of locknuts to use all 4 points. The points on the swivels can be used but I don't think there's enough room for locknuts on there. 3Holds ALL the mics.Feels just a little bit cheap, threads weren't perfect. But hey, it is three metal bars to hold up to 6 small mics easily.Works great if you're running a stereo mic setup and want to be able to keep the mics at very specific distances.Has no problems holding the 2 large condensers I use, with much room to spare. I'm pretty sure I could easily stuff 6 on it with a touch of creativity. 4Needs some ingenuity perhapsBut you re a sound engineer right? You can handle this! It s true the purchase on the mounts could be better, and only the end mounts rotate freely for free positioning, but you can make this work on a variety of ways thinking just a little beyond the bar. 5Thread does not hold most mic clips.I own plenty of on stage products and I am happy with most of them. This is not one of them. With the majority of my mic clips the threading is to small and does not secure the microphones. The severity of this varies throughout the bar so perhaps it s a quality control issue. 1Nice solution to multiple standsI needed to eliminate multiple mic-stands, yet keep multiple microphones. I use these in a recording studio to get the desired mix from multiple microphones. While the construction is a little on the "cheap" side, it's also not a lot of money to accomplish what you need. If I had to move this a lot, or take it on the road, I may consider a different product, however, if it's going to be used in a stationary "set it and forget it" place, this is well work the money. 4
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Description
  • Holds up to six microphones with standard 5/8?-27 threaded knobs
  • Standard 5/8"-27 threaded ends will fit most mic clips, goosenecks, booms and more
  • 45 angle adjustments on both sides creates versatility
  • Ideal for press conferences, broadcasting and instrument/vocal recording in live or studio environments
Reviews

Customer Reviews

On-Stage has addressed one of the complaintsI read a number of reviews before I purchased and saw that some identified a problem with the tightening knobs being threaded all the way which limited control of the mic direction (because the holes are threaded as well). Some solved by using a dremel to remove threads on the knob threads at the bottom. Looks like On-Stage has addressed this issue. Mine arrived with the modification that some had suggested. Works perfectly. 5Solid construction and useful.I recently bought one of these to use with a pair of Shure SM-81mics for X-Y recording. The bar is nice and solid. My only complaint is that the big screws that go into your mic clips are a bit long, so when attaching a smaller clip like those used by the SM-81s the screws bottomed out before the clips were secure. This resulted in loose mics flopping around. I don't think this would be a problem with most mics that have deeper clips. I fixed the issue by making some custom gaskets on a 3d printer, and now the SM-81s are locked down nicely. Also some other reviewers have said that the main mounting hole threads strip easily. The bar comes with a big metal washer that you use to tighten the main mount, and when correctly used I don't anticipate any thread stripping. This is mic bar is an inexpensive and useful addition to any recording setup or studio. 4Minor (but fixable) flaw greatly affects usabilityRevised Nov 1 2018This simple mic bar would be an ideal low cost option except for a small flaw that hampers its ability to position the mic holders at an arbitrary angle. The bar is threaded to capture the adjustment screws, which is fine to prevent their being lost. But the threads on the screws go too close to the knob end. This causes the screws up tighten against the bar, unable to turn freely into the mic holder. This prevents mic holder from being positioned at any arbitrary angle. The mic holder will only tighten against the bar (and hold still) at one angular position. Turning the knob draws the screw out of the bar, and also out of the mic holder at the same time, so the relative position between mic holder and bar remains the same. (I admit this is not easy to understand, but take my word for it. A mic holder can be tightened in only one angular position---unless you make a fix to the un-threaded portion of the screws).This flaw prevents aligning the mics at the desired angles because the holders can only be aimed in one direction relative to the bar. I originally worked around this flaw with some duct tape to hold the nearly-tight mic holder at the proper angular position. But a better fix is to grind away a few threads near the knob end to provide more un-threaded length on the screw. (This is typical of a captive screw, but the threads on these screws went to too far toward the knob end).The screws on the outer "wings" of this bar only required removal of two threads. I used a Dremel tool with several cut-off discs stacked to provide a wider grinding surface. The inner two screws go through a thicker bar, requiring removal of about 5-6 threads. I didn't bother grinding the two screws that hold the wings in a fixed position.So if you want a budget bar this one is OK, but be aware of the limitations caused by the improperly fashioned screws. 2It works, but it's not fancy or ruggedI'm using it as a mount for XY, ORTF, M/S and Blumlein positioning - I picked it over a few others because with the extended arms it's long enough to hold some tall ribbon mics for MS (which my other heavy duty mic bars couldn't fit).It works, but I wouldn't use this live or constantly fiddle with it. Once I have everything in place, it becomes a "don't touch it!" kind of scenario because it has a tendency to "adjust" itself under the weight of anything bigger than an SM58. It can sag a little too if holding a larger mic horizontally, but then it's like a milimeter of metal so this is not unexpected.It does the job, and it does it cheap. I wouldn't exactly recommend it if you need something heavy and studio-grade, but it worked for me as a quick fix to a coupla problems. 3Great utility, less than stellar threads/holesGood price. I'm satisfied, but average build quality.I am using three mics mounted at once for a mid-side setup, and this unit holds well enough.The flexible arms can be removed / stacked if you desire and, if sufficiently tightened, hold in place.As titled, the threads and holes are less than stellar. On my unit, three of the holes have plenty of resistance when trying to screw the included 5/8" screws. Once screwed in, the screw can turn freely to make securing your microphone easier. Your microphones will, of course, hold in place given enough tension/tightness. 3Really not bad, but some weird design decisionsReally not bad, but some weird design decisions. Only the screws on the far end have enough clearance to spin freely. The other four you can't tighten onto your stands and have any ability to point them. I put on locknuts to give me this ability. Plan on picking up a couple of locknuts to use all 4 points. The points on the swivels can be used but I don't think there's enough room for locknuts on there. 3Holds ALL the mics.Feels just a little bit cheap, threads weren't perfect. But hey, it is three metal bars to hold up to 6 small mics easily.Works great if you're running a stereo mic setup and want to be able to keep the mics at very specific distances.Has no problems holding the 2 large condensers I use, with much room to spare. I'm pretty sure I could easily stuff 6 on it with a touch of creativity. 4Needs some ingenuity perhapsBut you re a sound engineer right? You can handle this! It s true the purchase on the mounts could be better, and only the end mounts rotate freely for free positioning, but you can make this work on a variety of ways thinking just a little beyond the bar. 5Thread does not hold most mic clips.I own plenty of on stage products and I am happy with most of them. This is not one of them. With the majority of my mic clips the threading is to small and does not secure the microphones. The severity of this varies throughout the bar so perhaps it s a quality control issue. 1Nice solution to multiple standsI needed to eliminate multiple mic-stands, yet keep multiple microphones. I use these in a recording studio to get the desired mix from multiple microphones. While the construction is a little on the "cheap" side, it's also not a lot of money to accomplish what you need. If I had to move this a lot, or take it on the road, I may consider a different product, however, if it's going to be used in a stationary "set it and forget it" place, this is well work the money. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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