AIRR Launches New Line of Mic Stands

Aug 14, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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AiRR Support, a new division of Network Pro Marketing based in Corona, Calif., introduced a new line of large professional-grade boom microphone stands.

The AiRR mic stand includes several new features. A traditional three-wheel tripod base make it ideal for studio use (including recording applications such as drums, background vocals, string sections, brass sections, orchestral recording, lead vocal recording and location recording, as well as variety of broadcast applications), but the wheels are removable allowing adaptability for any location recording, indoors or outdoors. In addition, telescopic adjustable locking legs can conform to any uneven surface, with sturdy rubber feet fitted to each for additional stability.

To ensure additional sturdiness, each AiRR stand includes a sandbag to add extra weight to the center of gravity of the tripod. It also features fast locking and unlocking of the boom angle. Also, a metal crank allows for quick and accurate height adjustments.

The AiRR mic stand comes in three different model sizes: the AiRR 100, AiRR 200 and the AiRR 300, available in boom configurations. The AiRR 100 is a large boom stand with a 5-foot base and 7.5-foot-long boom arm, measuring 12.5 feet fully extended. The AiRR 200 is a larger boom stand with a 6-foot base and 8-foot-long boom arm, measuring 13 feet fully extended. The AiRR 300 is the largest boom stand offered, with a 6-foot base and an 8-foot-long boom arm, measuring 14 feet fully extended.

MSRPs: AiRR 100, $335; AiRR 200, $395; AiRR 300, $449.

For further information, visit www.networkpromktg.com.






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