$8 HACK for Microphone suspension arm | Make it hold a heavy Mic

I brought the inexpensive Neewer scissor arm like many have. Its been great for light mics but for my heavy mics, it doesn’t hold up well. So I decided to replace the cheap springs and that helped tremendously.

Neewer Mic Suspension Arm:
https://geni.us/jJ4RZRk (amazon)

Springs:
7/16″ x 3-1/2″ – .047 Diameter
https://geni.us/1w8Lf (amazon)

7/16″ by 2-1/2″ – .047 Diameter
https://geni.us/3aBKe (amazon)

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https://kit.co/Hindsight101

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