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Stand/Boom Arm for Microphone from König & Meyer

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  • steve rydellsteve rydell

    König & Meyer 20811Published on 12/26/09 at 07:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have two microphones of a certain weight (and Sontronics Helios Sontronics Orpheus) and I would like to pupils of my eyes, and my fear was that during a recording session a little help by passing on one foot micro bring down the foot and the microphone that is at the end. So I buy a foot and a reference beam K & M 20811 for the foot and 21,231 for the pole (with counterweight) is perfect, first the base of the foot to slide a compact more or less important, and the counterweight of the pole that is up to 1.80 m makes this all very stable support for microphones that saw the price (I think of Neuman) is worth investing in this equipment.
    RRP 349 euros in the store overall.
    (I'll have …
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    I have two microphones of a certain weight (and Sontronics Helios Sontronics Orpheus) and I would like to pupils of my eyes, and my fear was that during a recording session a little help by passing on one foot micro bring down the foot and the microphone that is at the end. So I buy a foot and a reference beam K & M 20811 for the foot and 21,231 for the pole (with counterweight) is perfect, first the base of the foot to slide a compact more or less important, and the counterweight of the pole that is up to 1.80 m makes this all very stable support for microphones that saw the price (I think of Neuman) is worth investing in this equipment.
    RRP 349 euros in the store overall.
    (I'll have to think to buy a U87 or M49 now, lol).

    I just buy it, it's my first pole and foot King size bed, if I have several feet and standard size pole.
    I put 9 because nothing is perfect
    Value for money, epu expensive, but I'm not disappointed
    yes I do it again this election.
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