Millenium MS-2005
Millenium MS-2005

All user reviews for the Millenium MS-2005

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Average Score:3.2( 3.2/5 based on 14 reviews )
 3 reviews21 %
 6 reviews43 %
 1 user review7 %
 4 reviews29 %
Audience: Beginners

ichkik's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" operational!"

Millenium MS-2005
stop saying that stuff is pourrav '.
you shake like oxen or what?
I have a studio project B3 MKII + a popfilter going on and not worry unless there ais earthquakes foot is very stable!


I highly recommend! and not only to small budgets, I did 1.90 and it is good! money on top! 10 euros is nothing ... hoping you have changed your mind:)

Panse-bête's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
<span style="font-size: small; font-family: Times New Roman;">I use: SM 57, 58 acoustic instruments and M Audio Nova, heavier, for a spoken voice.</span>


I use two feet MS-2005 last week. I use it only at home. For the home studio, frankly the price is so ridiculous that I am more than satisfied. For the scene, I understand that we can be disappointed but should also be expected for this price. Therefore the price / quality ratio is excellent, stable foot, 2 screw clamps, adjustable on 3 levels ... I ask.
NB: I'm too wrapped up fragile and screws that are no longer in their office a few weeks. So, according to the weight of the mic is totally unusable because the joints .... slip due to poor clamping system.

ScahR's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
See below


I ordered three poles MS-2005 Thomann has 10 unites for my drum mics (2 Overhead and a microphone bass drum).

These feet seem quite fragile, plastic clamps, not very stable with heavy pickups, I strongly deprecated for those who must often dplacer (live, for example).

I will not amuse myself tighten / loosen without stopping, breaking provides. However they fully satisfy me, I use for my home studio on my battery, they do not move.

Once dplis, they are quite stable with microphones lightweight or medium weight, but you have to squeeze hard enough to not move a ...

Report qualitprix correct, I have never seen less than 30 feet in entry-level music store, so even if it is not the quality we can for 10 not expect better.

I would do certainly choose to use that I made in home studio, for the cons to live I would take beefier.

jeanmidarknight's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" TO AVOID"

Millenium MS-2005
Foot micro millennium ms-2005 rev visibly lower quality


In use for 6 months
INTERESTED money, trs clamping force so weak force breaks ensures stability average
"I used a lot of other models
-Even at this price is too expensive given the limited product Resistors
I would do not do this nonsense

nb: for the cheap beefier see ms 2003

49nono's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
FEATURES? BAH ... Nothing fancy CLARIFY!

Oh yes, just this: the max of the foot is completely folded and completely unfolded 90 cm it is 220 cm.


Well for me it's not even worth the wait to have actually used, because obviously apart from steel tubes, the rest is only plastic for all that is tightening!

And then when unfolded completely, forget it (no stability).
If you really want all please take good squeeze "to death!"

The only advantage he has I have to admit is that you can put two clips on the same foot (great for a guitarist / vocalist for example) which allows a microphone to "instrument" and a microphone "song" on the same foot.

To clarify further that the adapters for microphone clamps are provided (the two washers and two other small stuff for vissser within two clips).

I was already 6 feet micro much more rigid and stable against the same problem but because tightening but relatively sturdy plastic end (€ 20 in store) and I needed another 6 so I opted for 6 MILLENNIUM MS 2005 to 10 € each on the Internet. Yet the picture I thought the clamps were made of steel and NO error is 100% plastic!

Honestly for 5 € more you buy the MS 2003 made entirely of steel from what I was told.

Benjisun's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
Foot boom microphone

plastic tubes steel clamps

low price - low CHARACTERISTICS


A bad product is in the empty optical break after a few uses of plastic do the tightening.

prfrez put a little more tightening in a MODEL with steel or aluminum.

Dreammer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005


Use for 2 years
I use 4 mic stands for Battery essentially taken overhead.
My pickups are plutt featherweight (RODE NT5)

- Delivery / Price
- The base is stable Leaflets 100%

Points Ngatifs
- Do not over tighten the butterfly of the boom under threat of breaking the plastic
- Do not Leaflets 100% of its size, the foot. a look a little, nothing serious.
- Painting a bit fragile in the transport

- Promote micro featherweight. Avoid Beta52A example ^ ^
- Vrifier wear the threads of the screws (no problem encountered but given the price entry level, one can ask the question)
- Be careful when moving the paint

Report QualitPrix ... I would say plutt Delivery / Price
For me, trs well in any context: Concert, recording, ...
Can be avoid in a pro studio even when ... whatever one may ask?

Exprience with, you will do again this choice?
Yes, because I find the price of competing versions abuse even if it is true they have a better quality of production and a heavier weight in the base to support heavier microphones.

leruisseau's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
I use that foot for 2 months. for 9 euros is a good choice and it was worth the price. It is on the need not to put a microphone too heavy! but hey, there's feet more for that! For me, home studio, it's ideal. It is quite stable, the clamping system works well. I have 2 and one of them with feet apart at the bottom does not allow the pole to be right. Not too bad for me but if you go up the pole to the bottom, it's really not very stable. I do not see it on stage, strictly speaking it's good if you lift the pole too. The value for money is very good: € 9! I can not imagine better for that price. I also have a Millennium MS-2002 and Samson BT4 (much stronger than 30cm away and climbs above). This choice I would do without hesitation, it just depends on the use that I do.


Studio for use at a lower cost, it is the ideal purchase! I put 10 for the price / quality ratio!

joe-bar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
So voil all t said, mic mid-10 metal, mid-plastoc.


In use rpete studio or even a man, no problem to report, for cons on stage that's another story ... The tripod down to the part which will consist of plastoc and pte all the time (which have already pt a foot mic understand).
But hey it's fairly intensive use on small scene with lots of people jostling for the price ... So ... it's almost all good

jukap's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Millenium MS-2005
Mic metal, plastic joints (very) toc


Used for a year. Unbeatable price, finish ok but actually the joint tree-branch: I have been squarely in the beginning, as clearly a lot of other colleagues, using the branch below the joint - this has the default, with the weight + micro branch, to separate the holding piece is still made in a platic unsuited. Once against we understood that we must place the branch ABOVE joint (which after all makes more sense), no problem, it is resistant. We then established a completely sufficient condition homestudio resistant even "extended arm" to a micro quite heavy, stable, articulable height / depth with good movement, and thus a Q / P quite exceptional ... But for the HS only!