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CAD PodMaster Boom Arm / Mic Mount

BH #CAPODMSTBOOM • MFR #PM4100
CAD PodMaster Boom Arm / Mic Mount
Key Features
  • Counterbalanced
  • Two Section Spring-Loaded Boom Arm
  • Quiet Broadcast Quality Operation
  • Durable All Metal Construction
Broadcasters and podcasters looking for a professional articulating boom arm mic mount will be impressed with the CAD PodMaster Boom Arm / Mic Mount, a durable two section spring-loaded and counterbalanced boom arm that's designed specifically for your broadcast suite.
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CAD PODMASTER BOOM Overview

Broadcasters and podcasters looking for a professional articulating boom arm mic mount will be impressed with the CAD PodMaster Boom Arm / Mic Mount, a durable two section spring-loaded and counterbalanced boom arm that's designed specifically for your broadcast suite.

The PodMaster features all-metal construction and is supplied with a C-clamp for easy mounting and a 5/8"-27 stud adapter that's compatible with most microphone clips.

UPC: 631922109283

CAD PODMASTER BOOM Specs

Key Specs
Mic Mount Thread Size
5/8"-27 Male
Base Type
Table Clamp
Included Cable
None
Color
Black
Microphone Mounting
Mic Mount Thread Size
5/8"-27 Male
Boom
Arm Length
15.75" / 40.01 cm (Arm 1)
15.75" / 40.01 cm (Arm 2)
Riser & Base
Maximum Height
No Stand Shaft or Riser Included
Base Type
Table Clamp
Base Clamp Range
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Cable
Included Cable
None
Cable Management
No
Physical
Color
Black
Construction Material
Metal
Weight
1.25 lb / 0.57 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.305 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
15.5 x 4.6 x 2"

CAD PODMASTER BOOM Reviews

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How much weight can this boom arm support?

How much weight can this boom arm support?
Asked by: John
The specific weight supporting capabilities of the CAD PodMaster Boom Arm / Mic Mount are not specified by the manufacturer. As the unit is designed to accommodate microphones, it would not be advisable to load this arm with more than a few pounds.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2021-12-08
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