TONOR T20 Mic Stand Review
If you’re looking to get into streaming on Twitch, you know how important it is to have a sturdy microphone arm for your mic. The TONOR Microphone arm is a low-cost but solid option.
The microphone stand is sturdy and can handle the load of heavier microphones such as the YETI. The desk clamp has foam padding on the upper portion of the clamp so it won’t scuff up the top of your desk.
The TONOR microphone stand can handle up a microphone weight up to 4 pounds. I loaded the TONOR TC-777 microphone onto the stand with the shock mount included with the microphone and the stand had no issue with handling it. In fact, with lighter microphones, you may have some trouble extending the arm horizontally as the strong springs tend to pull it back. However, I was still able to find a comfortable position with the stand. I also noticed some small metal shavings on my desk that came off of the microphone stand, but I’m going to chalk that up to it being new as no new pieces appear to falling off.
- Pop filter: The microphone stand includes a pop filter, something that I didn’t see in similarly priced stands. A foam cover for your mic is also included.
- Compatibility: TONOR includes a standard 3/8″ to 5/8″ adapter to accommodate different shock mounts and microphones.
- Cable ties: I like to keep my cables tidy, so I always appreciate when a company includes them with the product. TONOR throws in 4 cables ties.
When you consider the included accessories, the TONOR microphone provides a great value as it is priced lower than many similarly priced microphone arms and includes the cable ties and the 3/8″ to 5/8″ adapter.
The TONOR T20 microphone stand is ideal if you have a heavier mic, like the YETI. It supports up to 4 pounds and includes accessories not found with other mic stands at this price point.
- Supports up to 4 pounds
- 3/8" to 5/8" adapter and pop filter included
- Lighter microphones might make it difficult to fully extend the arm