The Pro Series microphone stands from Ultimate Support are designed for the gigging musician, working engineer, and professional venue. They are the workhorse of the Ultimate Support line of microphone stands featuring field-replaceable parts that are strong and durable, an easy-to-use, comfortable clutch, and a scratch-resistant finish that will not rust. The Pro Series mic stands are available with tripod, weighted, and stackable bases; short, and regular heights; and, with or without telescoping or fixed-length boom arms. There?s a Pro Series mic stand for all needs!
Pro-SB Product Breakdown:
- Durable Construction
- Heavy-duty, Secure Clutch
- Patented Universal Mic Attachment
- Stackable Base
All Pro Series microphone stands feature oversized, thick, steel tubing and rubber foot caps that won?t fall off. What?s more, Pro Series mic stands resist scratches and won?t rust thanks to a heavy-duty, strong (20 times stronger than the competition), Powder Coated finish.
Heavy-duty, Secure Clutch
The patented Quarter-Turn Clutch on the Pro Series microphones is a super smooth design that locks and unlocks with only a quarter turn of the clutch handle. It?s an over-molded clutch that delivers a secure grip that locks up faster and smoother than any other clutch on the market.
Patented Universal Mic Attachment
Whether you?re performing in the States or over seas, a Pro Series microphone stand is the only stand you?ll need. The top threads fit both US- and metric-threaded mic clips and accessories for use all around the world.
The majority of the parts on Pro Series microphone stands can be field serviced with replacement parts as needed over their VERY long lifespan.
Stackable Weighted Base
The patented stackable base design by Ultimate Support allows you to stack six Pro-SB mic stands in the same space as one ? saving you valuable storage space! Plus, this die-cast weighted base features super aggressive threads combined with a wedge lock that allows for a much faster setup and take down, and less chance of the shaft unthreading from the base during performances.