All-Metal Adjustable Desk Stand for GO XLR

  • Robust desk stand for GoXLR conveniently tilts to suit your placement needs
  • Solid metal design ensures that the stand stays where you put it
  • Four discrete angle settings let you optimize positioning
  • Rubberized pads protect the back and edges of your GoXLR
  • Includes inline power switch adapter for easier power management
  • 1-Year Warranty Program*
  • Designed and engineered in Canada
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Everybody’s Got an Angle

GO XLR finds itself in such a wide variety of locations and setups that it would be impossible to fit every situation perfectly. So, we created the GO XLR DESK STAND to assist you in getting the optimal viewing and operating angle for your specific needs. Made with all-metal construction, the stand will hold up to anything you can throw at it… but don’t throw stuff at it. It has feelings too.









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We purposefully created the stand to be heavy, with rubberized feet, so it stays put. When you’ve got everything where you want it, the last thing you want is your gear sliding away from you as you push the buttons. Your focus needs to be on your stream, your podcast, and your audience, not your gear.










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Your Favorite Position

With four discrete angles to choose from, you can find the best fit for your eyeline, whether you’re standing, sitting, or running on a treadmill…











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If the Glove Fits

Perfect placement of rubber padding ensures that your GO XLR doesn’t rub or chafe against the stand.











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A Turn On… and Off

Many of our products for musicians don’t have a power switch, since the cable just gets yanked out at the end of a gig. We designed GO XLR with the same power setup, so it’s perfectly safe to pull the power cable when you want to turn it off.
Some of you wanted to have a more “typical” on/off switch so we included an inline power switch with the desk stand. Simply plug your GO XLR adapter into the switch and the switch into your GO XLR. It’s not as cool as “The Clapper” but it’s a switch.