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K-Tek KE110CCR Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable & Case Kit

BH #KTKE110CCRCK (B&H Kit)
K-Tek KE110CCR Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable & Case Kit
Key Features
  • KE110CCR Aluminum Boompole
  • Porta Brace Soft Carrying Case
  • Extends from 2.7 to 9.3'
  • Five Locking Sections
Well suited for location sound recordists on a budget, this B&H Kit includes the USA-made K-Tek KE110CCR Avalon series aluminum boompole and a Porta Brace soft carrying case. The boompole's five locking sections allow it to extend from 2.7 to 9.3', and its internal coiled cable features a side-exit XLR output. The carrying case is reinforced for rigidity and offers plenty of storage space for accessories.
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K-Tek KE-110CC Overview

Well suited for location sound recordists on a budget, this B&H Kit includes the USA-made K-Tek KE110CCR Avalon series aluminum boompole and a Porta Brace soft carrying case. The boompole's five locking sections allow it to extend from 2.7 to 9.3', and its internal coiled cable features a side-exit XLR output. The carrying case is reinforced for rigidity and offers plenty of storage space for accessories.

K-Tek KE-110CCR Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable

The K-Tek KE-110CCR Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole provides a moderately priced, lightweight boompole solution for ENG, EFP, and other field recording applications. Its sturdy aluminum design is tough enough to endure the rigors of road use, while remaining lightweight and travel-worthy. This pole features an internal coiled cable and an XLR connection at the base of the pole. A total of five aluminum sections telescope between 2' 10" to 9' 2" and will easily store in any standard equipment case. The captive-collet coupling system locks each section in place for even further reliability.

Internal coiled XLR cable and connection at the base
The KE-110CCR features a side-mounted XLR connection
Designed to fit in any standard equipment case, for ENG, EFP, and DV location production work
Jam-resistant collar coupling
Unique pole-top design with cable retention slots and replaceable stainless steel mounting stud
UPC: 791090332088
PortaBrace Soft Carrying Case for Boompoles (39")
Store, transport, and protect your boompole or other gear up to 39" long with the black Soft Carrying Case from PortaBrace. Audio crews will appreciate the rigid, easy-access, wide-mouth zippered opening and the durable, padded, 1000D Cordura nylon construction.
Durable Cordura Construction
  • 1000-denier Cordura case with padded interior and a wide-mouth, easy-access opening.
  • Large exterior pockets provide handy storage for accessories.
  • Interior tie-down strap secures your gear.
  • For boompoles up to 39" long.
Long Pocket, Reinforced Interior
  • Interior reinforcing bars maintain rigidity.
  • Full-width, front-zippered pocket with ID window.
Waterproof Bottom
This case has an anti-skid, waterproof bottom panel to keep your gear safe when on the ground.

K-Tek KE-110CCR Avalon Series Aluminum Boompole with Internal XLR Cable Specs

Material
Aluminum
Sections
5
Load Capacity
Not specified by manufacturer
Length
2' 10" to 9' 2" (0.9 to 2.8 m)
Weight
1.8 lb (0.8 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
34 x 3.1 x 1.3"

PortaBrace Soft Carrying Case for Boompoles (39") Specs

General
Interior Dimensions
39 x 9 x 8" / 99 x 23 x 20 cm
Environmental
Environmental Protection
No
Physical
Color
Black
Material of Construction
100D Cordura Nylon, Suede, Foam
Dimensions
40 x 11 x 9" / 101.6 x 27.9 x 22.9 cm
Weight
5 lb / 2.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
42.25 x 14.5 x 10.3"

K-Tek KE-110CC Reviews

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What is the difference between the straight and ...

What is the difference between the straight and coiled versions? Both look like they have an internal coil.
Asked by: JPS
Coiled cable is stretchable and looks like analog telephone cable, whereas straight cable is just straight standard cable and not coiled. Yes the stock photos on the website show the straight cable model, even when you select the coil cabled model.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2024-01-10
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