Bose T1 Audio Engine Microphone Stand BracketItem ID: T1Bracket
Mic Stand Bracket Adapter for T1 ToneMatch Audio Engine
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Put the Brain of Your Bose System Where You Want It!Your Bose T1 Tonematch Audio Engine makes you sound absolutely fantastic through the L1 portable PA system. But, sometimes, you need an extra degree of flexibility. That's why Bose made the T1 Audio Engine Microphone Stand Bracket! Now, you can control your mixer and presets wherever you want to be onstage — not just next to the L1. This sturdy bracket uses an ingenious mounting system that lets you use it with different types of mic stands. Get the most out of your T1 and your Bose system and use the T1 Audio Engine Microphone Stand Bracket to optimize it for perfect onstage placement!
Bose T1 Audio Engine Microphone Stand Bracket Features at a Glance:
Bose's T1 Audio Engine Microphone Stand Bracket makes it easy to put control of your Bose portable PA right where you want it!
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Reviewsbased on 6 reviews
Microphone Stand Bracket
by Juan Lara from Bay Shore, NYVery good invention, but not very stable. I suggest to tape the stand bracket around since it can open byitself. See my comment on the Bose T1 Mixer
September 13, 2012
Music Background: Professional Musician and Electronic Engineer
Wouldn't be without it .
by Robert Nelson from Everett, WA USAA great accessory to place the tone generator module where it is needed---right next to you.
July 21, 2011
Music Background: Music making son of a Swede
After reading some of the other reviews, for this product, the fact that the instruction she... read more [+]et doesn't point out that there are two positions for the catch to be fastened (depending on tube size), might be a problem. This could lead to the choosing of the wrong position, which will cause the catch to be over stressed and breaking. If it feels too tight, it is too tight.
All-in-all, a good accessory that I wouldn't do without. close [-]
by Darryl from ChicagoThe instructions should include an advisory to only attach the bracket to the telescoping section of the mic stand. Also, the clamp may need to be positioned in the middle slot instead of the outer s... read more [+]lot. If a user needs to apply force when using the outer slot, the bracket will break. I have used of these brackets for dozens of gigs and they have not broken. My band members understand the issue with the slots, and I am entirely comfortable with them attaching the brackets. All Bose products are engineered to be used with minimum force. I would have rated it five stars had the instructions included my comments. close [-]
July 2, 2011
Music Background: Pro Musician
by Dave Gutshall from Chicago burbsAs the others have said, the design of the T1 mic stand bracket is poor and unreliable. Mine also broke the first time I used it, even after using the little card they included to properly 'size' the... read more [+] bracket to the stand. Fortunately, a call to Bose customer service did result in a replacement being sent to me promptly.
March 7, 2011
Music Background: Singer songwriter, performer
My recommendation is to utilize the original T1 bracket and hang the unit from the L1 system. close [-]
re: plastic junk
by Jonathan Pierce from Gilbert, AZI was skeptical after reading the previous review, thinking surely they were just using it wrong. I got my t1 bracket in the mail today and tried to put it on the mic stand. it was very difficult. It ... read more [+]wasnt tight enough to clamp onto the telescoping portion of the mic stand so i tried to clamp it to the base pole and much to my dismay, the words of the previous review rang true. It broke the first time i used it. I love my bose L1 and even more with the T1 and the idea of having my T1 clamped to my mic stand is very appealing but this bracket sucks. close [-]
December 30, 2010
Music Background: Pro Musician, Recording Engineer
Todd, Dunedin, FL