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Sontronics Matrix 10 Heavy Duty Mic Stand

Product Code: 325180
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A sturdy and professional-quality mobile microphone stand made from brushed aluminium tubing supports up to 6 kilograms...

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The MATRIX-10 is a professional-quality mobile microphone stand made from brushed aluminium tubing. It has the ability to support up to 6 kilogram (although recent tests in Sound On Sound magazine showed that MATRIX-10 can support up to twice that weight!).

Its sturdy central post extends by way of quick-release/quick-lock clips from 1.12 metres to 1.7 metres and is internally damped to support heavy loads. The MATRIX-10 telescopic boom arm, attached to the main stand with a heavy-duty ABS clamp, extends from 1.2 metres to 2.25 metres and is counterbalanced by a moveable cast-iron weight.

The MATRIX-10 comes with a separate dolly cart that transforms it into a mobile stand. The dolly can be fitted to the tripod in seconds thanks to its simple adjusting clamps, adding 10cm to the overall height of the stand. Each wheel has a foot-operated brake to provide optimum stability. When not in use, the wheels fold up to be stored in the rugged canvas bag.

All MATRIX-10 stands are supplied with a vertical extender arm.

TECH SPECS
Overall height: 1.12m (extends to 1.7m)
Boom arm length: 1.2m (extends to 2.25m)
Accessories: Removable three-wheel dolly with canvas bag

"For vocal work in a large studio space, drum overheads, grand pianos or orchestral work it's ideal. TheMATRIX-10 is excellent value for money. I highly recommend it" - Hugh Robjohns, Technical Editor, Sound on Sound Magazine

Customer Reviews
  • Verified Customer
    on 02 November 2012
    After reading the Sound on Sound review for these stands I'm a bit disappointed with the quality. They seem like they will do the job, but I'm not convinced about long term durability. The tripod legs in particular are not the greatest and are difficult to erect at times. Should have probably gone for the K&M stands.