New Hosa Desktop Microphone Stands

Hosa Debuts Desktop Microphone Stands
Ideal for the streamers, creators, and podcasters

Buena Park, CA, May 2021 — Hosa is pleased to introduce two new microphone stands, ideal for the streamer, creator, and podcaster. Both offer familiar designs to complement any space requirement or setup, whether stationary or on the move.

The Hosa Desktop Microphone Stand features a light, foldable die-cast steel tripod base for quick setup and teardown wherever needed. The stand is height-adjustable from 4 to 6.75 inches (110-168 mm) and can hold up to 0.75 lbs (0.34 kilos). The non-slip rubber feet add increased stability, ensuring the stand won’t slip on even the most slick surfaces.

The Hosa Desktop Microphone Boom Arm features an easy C-clamp and scissor-style design for maximum adjustment on any table or desk. With an adjustable angle from 0 to 160 degrees, any position is possible to maximize even the most compact spaces. The all-metal construction creates a solid base, holding up to 4 lbs (1 kg) for stationary, multi-purpose setups.

“Hosa has long offered popular microphone stands and stand accessories at accessible prices to musicians and creators,” adds Jose Gonzalez, Hosa’s Director of Marketing & Product Development. “With the explosion and ease of home content creation, this was a natural fit, and one that longtime Hosa customers have been asking for.”

The New Hosa Desktop Microphone Stand is available at an MSRP of $14.95, and the Hosa Desktop Microphone Boom Arm is available at an MSRP of $71.95.

November 18, 2021

Nick DePirro, Night Verses, Interview | Hosa

Nick DePirro of Night Verses and Headcave talks about his creative process and need for efficiency when demoing ideas.
October 14, 2021

David Wallimann, Guitar Playback Interview | Hosa

David Wallimann of Guitar Playback talks about using online guitar courses to find peace and expand musical expression.
September 29, 2021

Properly Connecting Audio Monitors for a Home Studio Setup

Many audiophiles know the importance of investing in quality gear and equipment, but studio monitors also require proper knowledge of placement. Sound is particularly sensitive to the spatial parameters of a room, so studio design is key in producing and recording quality sound.