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5 stage alloy microphone fishpole / boom pole with 3m extended length.
Fast changing microphone clamp with 3/8'', 5/8'' und 1/2'' windings for the Sennheiser K6 and K6-P module.
The MAT 133 is a sturdy, wired table stand that provides a stable base for XLR-3 gooseneck microphones. The model is available in black color.
Featuring a rugged housing, the functionally and unobtrusively designed MAT 153 provides a solid ground for gooseneck microphones with lighting ring.
Universal, fully foldable microphone stand. Small size and adjusted height makes it very compact.
Microphone clip for EW handheld transmitters, 3/8"/ 5/8" tripod thread, black.
Elastic suspension with open ring - allows the MK 4 to be positioned close to the sound source and prevents vibration.
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