AiRR Support Upgrades Mic Stands

Dec 29, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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AiRR Support, a division of Network Pro Marketing (Corona, Calif.), announced functional and aesthetic upgrades to its line of large professional-grade boom microphone stands.

For extra stability, especially in applications requiring an extended reach of the boom arm, a second sandbag is now included for additional counterweight. The larger, steel-reinforced height-adjustment crank has an improved gear ratio for smoother operation, while the counterweight features a higher-quality set screw mechanism for greater sturdiness. The overall look of AiRR stands has also changed, with an all-black electroplated finish.

Available in three sizes, AiRR professional-grade boom stands are ideal for overhead recording applications such as drums, background vocals, string sections, brass sections, orchestral recording, lead vocal recording, location recording and a variety of broadcast applications. Additional features include a removable three-wheel tripod base, telescopic adjustable locking legs, fast locking and unlocking of the boom angle, and a custom carrying bag.

For more information, visit www.networkpromktg.com.






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