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Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)

Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)

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Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
Gator Frameworks Deluxe Desk-Mounted Broadcast Microphone Boom Stand For Podcasts & Recording; Integrated XLR Cable (GFWBCBM3000)
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style: 3000 Series


Features

  • Rotates Full 360-Degrees with Minimal Noise
  • Fixed, Internally Guided 10/3. 05m XLR Cable Included
  • Spring-Loaded Articulating Arm with 4. 4 lbs. /2 kg Max Weight Capacity & 32. 25/940mm Max Extension
  • Easily Mounts or Clamps to Desks, Tables & Similar-Sized Surfaces 2. 17/55mm Max in Thickness
  • Standard 5/8-27 Mic Threads for Connecting Most Podcast and Vocal Microphones, Including Shure SM7B, Shure MV7 Models
  • Exterior Dimensions: 20. 50/520mm (L) x 4. 75/120mm (W) x 2. 50/64mm (H), Net Weight: 3. 4 lbs. /1. 54 kg

Description

style:3000 Series Gator Frameworks Series desktop mounted microphone boom stands are the clutter-reducing stand solutions perfectly suited for broadcasters, podcasters, content creators, radio hosts, and on-air personalities. Each boom arm includes both a clamping and mounting base attachment mechanism to best accommodate your particular setup needs and swivels a full 360-degrees. All stands are engineered specifically to reduce noise brought about from moving parts and can be adjusted to hit desired angles, providing you with quiet and easily customizable mic placement options. Concerned it won’t hold up your large-diaphragm mics? Ditch the worry, for all models are designed to bear the weight of the heaviest mics in your collection, making the desktop mic boom stand series by Gator Frameworks a group of rugged stands you can truly count on!


Item Weight: 4.64 pounds


Product Dimensions: 39.96 x 14.76 x 11.81 inches


Item model number: GFWMICBCBM3000


Date First Available: December 20, 2019


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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style: 3000 Series


Features

  • Rotates Full 360-Degrees with Minimal Noise
  • Fixed, Internally Guided 10/3. 05m XLR Cable Included
  • Spring-Loaded Articulating Arm with 4. 4 lbs. /2 kg Max Weight Capacity & 32. 25/940mm Max Extension
  • Easily Mounts or Clamps to Desks, Tables & Similar-Sized Surfaces 2. 17/55mm Max in Thickness
  • Standard 5/8-27 Mic Threads for Connecting Most Podcast and Vocal Microphones, Including Shure SM7B, Shure MV7 Models
  • Exterior Dimensions: 20. 50/520mm (L) x 4. 75/120mm (W) x 2. 50/64mm (H), Net Weight: 3. 4 lbs. /1. 54 kg

Description

style:3000 Series Gator Frameworks Series desktop mounted microphone boom stands are the clutter-reducing stand solutions perfectly suited for broadcasters, podcasters, content creators, radio hosts, and on-air personalities. Each boom arm includes both a clamping and mounting base attachment mechanism to best accommodate your particular setup needs and swivels a full 360-degrees. All stands are engineered specifically to reduce noise brought about from moving parts and can be adjusted to hit desired angles, providing you with quiet and easily customizable mic placement options. Concerned it won’t hold up your large-diaphragm mics? Ditch the worry, for all models are designed to bear the weight of the heaviest mics in your collection, making the desktop mic boom stand series by Gator Frameworks a group of rugged stands you can truly count on!


Item Weight: 4.64 pounds


Product Dimensions: 39.96 x 14.76 x 11.81 inches


Item model number: GFWMICBCBM3000


Date First Available: December 20, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Rotates Full 360-Degrees with Minimal Noise
  • Fixed, Internally Guided 10/3. 05m XLR Cable Included
  • Spring-Loaded Articulating Arm with 4. 4 lbs. /2 kg Max Weight Capacity & 32. 25/940mm Max Extension
  • Easily Mounts or Clamps to Desks, Tables & Similar-Sized Surfaces 2. 17/55mm Max in Thickness
  • Standard 5/8-27 Mic Threads for Connecting Most Podcast and Vocal Microphones, Including Shure SM7B, Shure MV7 Models
  • Exterior Dimensions: 20. 50/520mm (L) x 4. 75/120mm (W) x 2. 50/64mm (H), Net Weight: 3. 4 lbs. /1. 54 kg

Description

style:3000 Series Gator Frameworks Series desktop mounted microphone boom stands are the clutter-reducing stand solutions perfectly suited for broadcasters, podcasters, content creators, radio hosts, and on-air personalities. Each boom arm includes both a clamping and mounting base attachment mechanism to best accommodate your particular setup needs and swivels a full 360-degrees. All stands are engineered specifically to reduce noise brought about from moving parts and can be adjusted to hit desired angles, providing you with quiet and easily customizable mic placement options. Concerned it won’t hold up your large-diaphragm mics? Ditch the worry, for all models are designed to bear the weight of the heaviest mics in your collection, making the desktop mic boom stand series by Gator Frameworks a group of rugged stands you can truly count on!


Item Weight: 4.64 pounds


Product Dimensions: 39.96 x 14.76 x 11.81 inches


Item model number: GFWMICBCBM3000


Date First Available: December 20, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe S - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2020
Extremely poor quality - defective mfg!
This pricey item is another example of Chinese garbage. Absolute garbage. The clamp mount bracket broke on the second day as I was tightening it. The metal bracket could have been snapped in two with the slightest pressure. Cheap materials, cheap construction. A picture is worth 1,000 words.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shawn - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2020
Series 3000 is short for "series of 3000 terrible design decisions"
There is an inexplicable dearth of solid desk mount mic booms. The Gator Series 3000 seemed like the clear answer. It is not. I purchased a boom stand by Blue that does not have any of these problems. Here are the issues: 1. Built in mic cable. Like there is formed plastic around the areas where the cable feeds in and out and there is absolutely no way to replace the cable. This is marketed as a "broadcast" stand. I’m surprised that any sound professional would *ever* use a cable that came built into equipment like this, let alone purchase equipment that did not allow cable replacement. 2. The tension mechanism is a long strip of metal, which is exposed at the joints. Screws tighten into this strip of metal to provide resistance. Monitor arms that cost less than this have much more sophisticated tension mechanisms, I don't know why they couldn't pull of something more suitable for this mic stand. It is very strange to move around and feels like it wants to stay put. Not fluid at all. 3. The base rotation is facilitated by a round peg sticking out of the bottom of the stand that goes into the clamp. There is not a true allowance for rotation unless you only partially tighten down the screw that goes into the base. Attempting to move the stand while this screw is tightened enough to only allow controlled movement *will* cause the clamp itself to move, regardless of tightness. I would not use this boom stand at any price.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ToneZone - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2020
Good Product, just didn't suit my needs as well as I hoped
So this is a nice boom mount, I use a Rode Podmic and it holds it securely in place so not much issue there. I also think the articulation feels good and the internal springs offer good support/resistance. I have 2 main complaints though. The first is that the head only allows you to mount the mic pointing down. The nature of the rode pod mic i am using intends for you to speak into the "top" of the mic and it is mounted into a frame. Meaning you can only use this arm with the mic hanging down and the boom above. I tend to use this for live streams and content creation meaning the arm and mic obscures my vision the video massively. If I was using a condenser mic that you addressed from the front this wouldn't be the case but here we are. Secondly, i bought this arm because the cheap $15 arm clamp would slip off the edge of my desk because it was very shallow and my mic was very heavy. This arm does seem to have a "better" clamp, but it is still far too shallow and still wants to slip off the desk. It doesn't help that this arm is heavier than the previous so it just makes the problem worse. I expected more in this regard, adjusting the mic makes the clamp twist and rotate and ultimately come loose. So here I am, deciding if I want to drill holes into my desk to securely mount a boom arm that doesn't position the mic appropriately to avoid the same situation I had with my $15 mic stand. Still it is a good boom arm, and if i was setting up a studio where I knew the arm position wouldn't be an issue and I was going to permanently attach the base I would think this would perform well.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Awesomus - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2020
Junk - More trouble than help
What an absolute piece of junk. I took a risk buying this over a YellowTech Mika boom arm and regretted it within minutes of setup. The spring loaded arm is aggressively tightened with no way to adjust tension. when one of the three joint knobs are loosened, the boom arm aggressively flings back to a fully extended position. To tighten the boom in place, you must exert a tremendous amount of force (twist of hand) to the point of pain to get it to hold without movement. With the three joints tightened so much just to keep it in one position, it is therefore impossible to grab the boom or mic and adjust it freely as you can with other professional booms. a knob must be loosened, the mic adjusted, and the boom fully re-tightened (wear gloves, it will hurt to tighten!). Also be careful and watch your face, when you loosen one of the joint knobs, it will SNAP back up aggressively even with a heavy mic attached. The desk mount provided is very cheap. if you tighten its knob to the desk with the force of HULK, it will still slide around the surface as if its laughing at you. This unit needs a complete re-design (maybe with real-world use as a guide). It will be immediately repackaged and sent back as a return. Time to fork out hundreds more for a YellowTech fthat actually works as needed in a professional environment.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Maponte79 - Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2020
Gets the job done, looks good, could be more functional.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Overall I am satisfied with it, though there are a couple things I am not to crazy about that you really need to know about before you buy it and I go over those in detail with my video. If you want to have a detailed view and look at this boom arm, then watch my video :)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Danny - Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2020
What are you waiting for? Order now b4 they sale out.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. If I had to pick something I didn’t like about this product it would be that the knob That loosens the base to swerve from left to right Is located on the back of the product, which prevents my table from Sitting flush against the wall. Which isn’t that big of a deal. Besides that’s. It’s perfect. Perfect. Perfect. I’ll take a photo to show you what I’m taking about. I’ll also make a video to show You how easy it is swerves vertical // horizontal. It also comes with a mount you can screw into a table if your looking to do that.

Top Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe S - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2020
Extremely poor quality - defective mfg!
This pricey item is another example of Chinese garbage. Absolute garbage. The clamp mount bracket broke on the second day as I was tightening it. The metal bracket could have been snapped in two with the slightest pressure. Cheap materials, cheap construction. A picture is worth 1,000 words.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Shawn - Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2020
Series 3000 is short for "series of 3000 terrible design decisions"
There is an inexplicable dearth of solid desk mount mic booms. The Gator Series 3000 seemed like the clear answer. It is not. I purchased a boom stand by Blue that does not have any of these problems. Here are the issues: 1. Built in mic cable. Like there is formed plastic around the areas where the cable feeds in and out and there is absolutely no way to replace the cable. This is marketed as a "broadcast" stand. I’m surprised that any sound professional would *ever* use a cable that came built into equipment like this, let alone purchase equipment that did not allow cable replacement. 2. The tension mechanism is a long strip of metal, which is exposed at the joints. Screws tighten into this strip of metal to provide resistance. Monitor arms that cost less than this have much more sophisticated tension mechanisms, I don't know why they couldn't pull of something more suitable for this mic stand. It is very strange to move around and feels like it wants to stay put. Not fluid at all. 3. The base rotation is facilitated by a round peg sticking out of the bottom of the stand that goes into the clamp. There is not a true allowance for rotation unless you only partially tighten down the screw that goes into the base. Attempting to move the stand while this screw is tightened enough to only allow controlled movement *will* cause the clamp itself to move, regardless of tightness. I would not use this boom stand at any price.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By ToneZone - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2020
Good Product, just didn't suit my needs as well as I hoped
So this is a nice boom mount, I use a Rode Podmic and it holds it securely in place so not much issue there. I also think the articulation feels good and the internal springs offer good support/resistance. I have 2 main complaints though. The first is that the head only allows you to mount the mic pointing down. The nature of the rode pod mic i am using intends for you to speak into the "top" of the mic and it is mounted into a frame. Meaning you can only use this arm with the mic hanging down and the boom above. I tend to use this for live streams and content creation meaning the arm and mic obscures my vision the video massively. If I was using a condenser mic that you addressed from the front this wouldn't be the case but here we are. Secondly, i bought this arm because the cheap $15 arm clamp would slip off the edge of my desk because it was very shallow and my mic was very heavy. This arm does seem to have a "better" clamp, but it is still far too shallow and still wants to slip off the desk. It doesn't help that this arm is heavier than the previous so it just makes the problem worse. I expected more in this regard, adjusting the mic makes the clamp twist and rotate and ultimately come loose. So here I am, deciding if I want to drill holes into my desk to securely mount a boom arm that doesn't position the mic appropriately to avoid the same situation I had with my $15 mic stand. Still it is a good boom arm, and if i was setting up a studio where I knew the arm position wouldn't be an issue and I was going to permanently attach the base I would think this would perform well.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Awesomus - Reviewed in the United States on August 24, 2020
Junk - More trouble than help
What an absolute piece of junk. I took a risk buying this over a YellowTech Mika boom arm and regretted it within minutes of setup. The spring loaded arm is aggressively tightened with no way to adjust tension. when one of the three joint knobs are loosened, the boom arm aggressively flings back to a fully extended position. To tighten the boom in place, you must exert a tremendous amount of force (twist of hand) to the point of pain to get it to hold without movement. With the three joints tightened so much just to keep it in one position, it is therefore impossible to grab the boom or mic and adjust it freely as you can with other professional booms. a knob must be loosened, the mic adjusted, and the boom fully re-tightened (wear gloves, it will hurt to tighten!). Also be careful and watch your face, when you loosen one of the joint knobs, it will SNAP back up aggressively even with a heavy mic attached. The desk mount provided is very cheap. if you tighten its knob to the desk with the force of HULK, it will still slide around the surface as if its laughing at you. This unit needs a complete re-design (maybe with real-world use as a guide). It will be immediately repackaged and sent back as a return. Time to fork out hundreds more for a YellowTech fthat actually works as needed in a professional environment.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Maponte79 - Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2020
Gets the job done, looks good, could be more functional.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Overall I am satisfied with it, though there are a couple things I am not to crazy about that you really need to know about before you buy it and I go over those in detail with my video. If you want to have a detailed view and look at this boom arm, then watch my video :)

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Danny - Reviewed in the United States on June 28, 2020
What are you waiting for? Order now b4 they sale out.
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. If I had to pick something I didn’t like about this product it would be that the knob That loosens the base to swerve from left to right Is located on the back of the product, which prevents my table from Sitting flush against the wall. Which isn’t that big of a deal. Besides that’s. It’s perfect. Perfect. Perfect. I’ll take a photo to show you what I’m taking about. I’ll also make a video to show You how easy it is swerves vertical // horizontal. It also comes with a mount you can screw into a table if your looking to do that.