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moosers 08/18/2010

QuiK Lok A-50 : moosers's user review


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The Quik Lok A-50's are heavy duty microphone stands that can be used in any situation desired. These are tripod based mic stands, as each has three wheels on the bottom for easier movement. These are overall some of the most flexible microphone stands that I've used before, and some of my favorite at that. We've got about four or five of these on hand at the studio where I work, and they definitely see use on every single session we do since they are some of the best that we've got. I don't know very much about what these are made of or anything like that.


If you're looking for an absolutely sturdy microphone stand for the studio or otherwise, the Quik Lok A-50's are some of the best you can get. I haven't used these for live shows as I've only used them in the recording studio, but no matter where you're using them they should do the job very well. We almost always use these stands for room microphones and drum overheads, as they can reach extremely high up if you so need. There really isn't anything I would use these for unless I needed a small stand that would be closer to the ground, but if I were to need a few microphone stands in any other situation I would be going with the A-50's. I don't know exactly how long the studio has had these for, but they should last a pretty long time even if you're using them pretty consistently as we are. There isn't too much more that can be said beyond that they're great stands and will hold your mics up securely. If you're looking for a super heavy duty mic stand like the A-50, I'd also recommend checking out the stands from Atlas, as they too have some of the best available. The price of these stands is certainly a bit more than your average ones, but if you've got expensive microphones it's absolutely worth it to make sure they stay expensive!