K&M 23510 Adjustable Stereo Microphone BarItem ID: KM235/1
Adjustable Stereo Microphone Bar for AKG and Other Mics
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Reviewsbased on 6 reviews
by Holly Rose Thornbutt from OregonWell made and the neatest thing since sliced bread. Needed this for a long time. Found one at last.
May 9, 2013
Music Background: none
Use this with camera adapter to hold recorder
by Ward Johnson from Seattle, WA USAFor voice-over work, I mount a fairly heavy large-diaphragm condenser mic on one end of this bar, and on the other end use an On-Stage Stands CM01 camera adapter (see my review) to hold my Zoom H4n re... read more [+]corder. It holds both easily - no wobbling, bending, vibration - and the two pivot joints are attached with Nylock nuts, so they hold firmly but pivot smoothly, allowing effortless positioning of mic and recorder. A great piece of equipment - inexpensive, yet indispensable. close [-]
August 22, 2012
Music Background: Musician, Video Producer
by Jeremy Persinger from Union, Kyheavy duty
April 29, 2011
Music Background: Chief Engineer @ The Studio of Light
Close to perfect
by Vinny from United StatesDoes everything you'd like it to. My only complaint and reason not to give it 5 stars would be that when screwing in your mic clip, tightening it too far may leave you with a bit of a pain. When you t... read more [+]hen unscrew, I began to unscrew the knob instead of the mic clip. It remained pretty stuck, so have a pair of pliers on hand. When the stereo bar is set up, it's great. I'd still recommend. close [-]
March 20, 2013
Music Background: Home Studio, Singer Songwriter, Hobbyist
Simple, but very sturdy
by Leslie from Cedar Lake, MIThis is a very simple item. No bells and whistles, but it is very sturdy and does the job well.
August 28, 2007
Music Background: Recording Engineer, Musician, Teacher
Carter, Mattaponi, VA