K&M 23560 Microphone Bar with 5/8" Locking Screws (Black)

BH #KM23560B • MFR #23560-500-55
K&M
K&M 23560 Microphone Bar with 5/8" Locking Screws (Black)
Key Features
  • 33.5" Steel Powder-Coated Bar
  • 6 x Knurled Screws for Microphones
  • 5/8" Thread Connects to Top of Mic Stand
The black 23560 Microphone Bar with 5/8" Locking Screws from K&M is a steel bar with six knurled handles for holding microphones. The center of the bar is designed with a 5/8" thread for mounting on a standard microphone stand. Additionally, the bar has six slits; each slit has a knurled screw with a 5/8" thread to attach the microphone, which can be adjusted variably and placed in the desired position on the bar. If six microphones are not used at the same time, the extra knurled screw can be removed from the slits.
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K&M 23560-500-55 Overview

The black 23560 Microphone Bar with 5/8" Locking Screws from K&M is a steel bar with six knurled handles for holding microphones. The center of the bar is designed with a 5/8" thread for mounting on a standard microphone stand. Additionally, the bar has six slits; each slit has a knurled screw with a 5/8" thread to attach the microphone, which can be adjusted variably and placed in the desired position on the bar. If six microphones are not used at the same time, the extra knurled screw can be removed from the slits.

K&M 23560-500-55 Specs

Material of ConstructionRail: Steel, powder-coated, black
Threaded Bolts: Steel, galvanized
Knurled Handles: PA
LoadMicrophones
Number of Knurled Screws6
Other FeaturesConnects to top of mic stands with 5/8" thread
Threaded Connector5/8" (16 mm)
DimensionsRail: 33.5 x 0.98 x 0.08" (850 x 25 x 2 mm)
Weight1.4 lb (0.62 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.465 x 2.362 x 0.551"
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