Samson DMC100Item ID: DMC100
Set of 3 Rim-Mountable Drum Mic Clips
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A Quick, Convenient Solution for Drum Mic Placement!Drum miking, especially on stage, can be a challenge. The advantages of Samson's DMC100 clip-on rim mounts are obvious! You get the close miking you need without having to position another stand and boom in the middle of a cluttered drum riser or stage. Every sound engineer needs more mic clips! The DMC100 comes in a package of 3.
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Reviewsbased on 6 reviews
Best for fixed Installs
by Charles R. Thompson from Fountain Inn, SCI agree that these shouldn't be considered for frequent attachment/removal. The clips are essentially the same as those on the Samson drum mic kits. I only moved my kit 3 times and on the 3rd move I s... read more [+]napped a clip. The fatal flaw in the product is the top portion of the clip just above the spring. It's not reinforced there... just flat plastic with a hole through it. If you aren't careful the clip snaps in half right there and there is no 'fix'. close [-]
January 16, 2010
Music Background: Home Studio Junkie
They all broke.
by frank from los angeles, caThey worked well for about 6 months, now all three are broken. I took very good care of them, never hit with sticks. They all broke in the same place, right where the unit clamps onto the drum. Defini... read more [+]tely a design flaw. These are plastic, and the plastic is not very strong. I'd recommend you spend a little extra on better clamps. close [-]
September 14, 2008
Music Background: recording engineer
by HAB from Bloomfield Hills, MIThese mic clips break so easily it's a joke. Have gone through 9 clips in a short span of time. Great care was taken in mounting the clips but they break so easily and usually in the same spot. At thi... read more [+]s rate I will have spent more on clips then I did on the drum mics.
February 4, 2011
Music Background: Live Sound Engineer
Sampson should be embarrassed on their poor engineering and take responsibility on making it right. But then again they probably view this as a source additional income. close [-]
by Denny Carlson from Bellmore, NYI bought set of similar clips on 8 mic set from Sampson. All them broke in two months. Also won't work on some drums with "lip" like old Premier kits. THERE MUST BE SOMETHING BETTER! I now use st... read more [+]and with booms -- bulky but solid. close [-]
March 10, 2009
Music Background: Pro Musician
Kind of flimsy
by AnonymousThese clips do indeed work.... however they are pretty flimsy. They are nothing you would take on the road or want to use for regular gigging. I am pretty gentle on my gear and I broke the clip on the... read more [+]se in a little less than a month. A mic as simple as an SM57 will cause the arm to sag and sway. For a quick and dirty job, these will work. If you need something that can take some abuse and will last you awhile... I would look else where. close [-]
March 12, 2006
Robert, Chester, VA