Rode PSA-1

Professional Table Microphone Boom Arm

  • For table mounting
  • For radio, podcaster, pro and broadcaster
  • 3/8" Thread
  • For microphones from 700 g to approx. 1.1 kg
  • Rotates 360 degrees
  • Dimensions of the arms: 820 mm horizontal, 840 mm vertical
  • Colour: Black
  • Incl. Table mounting accessories: Screw clamps for table tops up to 55 mm and hollow bolts for table tops up to 70 mm

Further Information

Type Microphone Boom
Height 820 mm

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Very sturdy and stable boom arm
Andy Ch, 12.02.2021
Fixed it to my kid's table and to a bookshelf, stays in place perfectly. It's built with some strong springs, have to watch your fingers when no microphone is mounted, the mount will straighten itself. Some lighter microphones can't be used with it unless you add some more weight to the mic -- a shockmount, pop filters and xlr cables will do :)
Rode Podmic (weighing almost 1kg) stays perfectly still on it. An Audio Technica AT2035 on its shockmount is just the right weight, a couple dozen grams less, and the mount wants to unfold from whatever position you try to put it into.
Overall a very good product for its intended use :)
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Very impressed
Andy, UK, 17.01.2019
This desktop stand works well.

I used the standard base to clamp it to my desk (instead of the option to drill a hole in the desk) and this is stable with zero wobble in the base. Everything seems well made and sturdy.

Without a mic when you move the arm the springs move it toward a neutral position when you release the arm. After mounting a mic, that stops.

I mounted a Rode NT1-A Complete Vocal Recording on the end. With that weight on the arm, it is nicely balanced, easy to move, and stays where I put it without adjusting any clamps. It has a reach of more than a metre, and rotates very easily - the arm turns smoothly on the base, and the mic turns freely on the arm. Nice and flexible.

One minor downside - the arm has parallel metal bars which move closer or further apart as you move the arm up and down. These have squared edges and you can nip your fingers a bit if you hold that wrong.

Very happy - very good stand
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Absolute must for any studio
Joe Fahy, 16.05.2017
Iv been in quite a few studios and there is nothing worse when you need to move the mic arm while live and you can hear it moving.

I have this setup at home with the Rode Procaster and PSM1 mount and im really happy with how it sounds.

One piece of advice is to take note of the warning when your unpacking the arm when it says that its spring loaded. I managed to catch my thumb in it.

Before I attached the mic I was concerned that the mic wouldn't be in the right location as the arm kept sticking up in the air due to the springs, however once I attached the procaster mic the arm sits exactly where I want it to be.

When the time comes to add further mic's to the home studio, the PSA-1 will definitely be on the shopping list.
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Simply unbeatable
Vorath, 09.03.2021
At first, after clamping the base to your desk, you might wonder how stable it can be when the arm is just inserted into the hole of the base with no fastening at all, and how the seemingly very springy arm will stay at your desired height and not fly into space. It is VERY stable.
The money is worth it. I use it with various mics, including one that weighs 940g, almost a Kilo with no issues.

Pros:
- Super stable
- Easily adjustable
- Can hold very heavy mics
- Included cable straps

Cons:
- When nothing is attached to it, it is less stable
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