In this issue, we would like to introduce Neewer's white armstands.
I need a white arm stand for my mic! I hope this will be helpful to those who are looking for a white arm stand for their microphones.
I'd like to show you how to assemble it and pictures of it set up on a desk!
The armstands are all black. But I want white.
Before we get to the review in a moment.Let me tell you my story.
(To read the review section, skip to the next heading.)
Microphone stands for distribution are basically black. Like this one ↓.
While there are some silvers like this.
Black is the mainstream.
All black... ！！！！
But I am.I need a white stand.I was thinking.
That way it would fit in better with the decor of my desk environment.Above all, I like white.
And it's fashionable.
But when I looked for it on Rakuten and Amazon, I couldn't find it at all!
There is one that looks white, but I can't find it with all the screws and parts white... If it was sold before and they don't carry it anymore, I can find it at ・・・・ (I thought they should resell it)
So, I found thisNeewer white arm standIt is.
There are some black parts like the spring part, but that can't be helped... lol.
Overall, the armrests are white.
[Photo] Review of Neewer's white arm stand.
I'll start posting pictures of the opening of the package!
The contents are like this ↓.
The white part of the main unit, the black part that attaches to the desk, the part that plugs in the microphone, and the instruction manual? The white part of the main unit, the black part that attaches to the desk, the part where the microphone plugs in, and the manual?
It would have been better if the black screws were white...lol
Assembly was very easy.
Attach the body to the part to be installed on the desk.
It's like adjusting this cartilage piercing-like metal by turning it to match the thickness of the desk.
So, this black thing that plugs into the microphone and the main unit is installed.
This orange screw was unnecessary? It looked like it was unnecessary, so I removed it...
It went like this.
But! Here is the problem.
I noticed that the microphone I had did not fit. (Realize earlier).
It doesn't match Mike's size at all. lol
But don't worry!
Remove the black thing from where the microphone plugs in, and insert the one that came with the microphone.
Like this, like this. This will work.
It looks like it was done.
However, depending on the angle, the microphone may not be able to bear the weight of the microphone and will go down with a squeal. (It does not make a squealing sound.)
If it was at this angle, it was stable and secure. If the microphone is placed upward, the weight of the microphone might make it squeak. It may depend on the angle.
It's called a pop rocker? s attached, and it's starting to look kind of like that! (I'm the type of person who starts with the look and the environment, so when I saw this finished product, I got excited)
At first I wondered if it would be OK because there were no assembly instructions included, but I was able to do it without any problems.
The connection of each component? was simple.
Well, please check the weight, size, etc. of the microphone and if it looks okay, please check it out.
This is why we reviewed Neewer's white armstands.
There were some black areas in places, but oh well, overall white, so let's call it good! LOL!
It makes me feel good to arrange my surroundings to my liking.