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Broadcaster Multipoise Desk Boom Arm Desk Clamp

Product Code: 645520

Designed to accommodate broadcasters and voice-over artists. By providing a stable microphone mounting system that doesn’t droop during the middle of any recording session

Broadcaster Multipoise Desk Boom Arm Desk Clamp £25.00 (INC VAT)
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Broadcaster Multipoise Desk Boom Arm Desk Clamp


The New Jersey Desk Boom Microphone Stand is designed to accommodate broadcasters and voice-over artists. By providing a stable microphone mounting system that doesn’t droop during the middle of any recording session but has all the freedom of movement to achieve the perfect microphone positioning. 

 

The New Jersey Desk Boom Microphone Stand features multiple microphone mounting clips to accommodate whatever microphone you’ll use during your recording session. The New Jersey Desk Boom Microphone Stand comes with a padded table clamp system as not to cause any damage to your desk and to reduce any vibrations travelling from the table to the microphone.

 

Product Dimensions (mm): 116x400x45

Net weight (kg): 0.65

 

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