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K&M 24030 Drum Rim Microphone Mount (Black)

B&H # KM24030BZ Mfr # 24030-500-55
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Product Highlights
  • Clamp with Rubber Inserts
  • 3/8" Thread
  • Black

The K&M 24030 Drum Rim Microphone Mount is designed to securely mount any microphone onto drums and percussion instruments without obstruction. The mount features a low profile and easily secures onto the rims of drums with its rubber-lined mounting clamp. The rubber inserts also minimize vibration and shock noise. The 3/8" threaded stud is easily adjustable within a 2.36" (59.94mm) range for easy microphone positioning.

Weight 0.1kg
Height 2.36" (60mm)
K&M 24030 Drum Rim Microphone Mount (Black)
  • 1 Year Warranty

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    K&M24030 Drum Rim Microphone Mount (Black)

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    Works well, but slot needs to be longer

    By Yet another old sound guy

    from Harmony, PA

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    • Easy To Use


    • Slightly too small

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    Comments about K&M 24030 Drum Rim Microphone Mount (Black):

    Using this on a snare drum rather than some Rube Goldburg-like appliance that had been there before. It does a great job with holding the mic, but because the top of the drum rim is sloped, it puts the microphone a bit too close to the "action." If the slot were a bit longer, it would be darn-near perfect.

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