Audix Microphone Table Stand

BH #AUATS10 • MFR #ATS-10
Audix Microphone Table Stand
Key Features
  • ATS10 Mic Stand for ADX112 and ADX118
The Audix Microphone Table Stand for ADX112 and ADX118 provides the portability and flexibility you want if you have an ADX112 or ADX118 microphone. With the microphone electronics built right in to the base you simply have to plug the mic in and you're ready to go.
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$109.00

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Audix ATS-10 Overview

The Audix Microphone Table Stand for ADX112 and ADX118 provides the portability and flexibility you want if you have an ADX112 or ADX118 microphone. With the microphone electronics built right in to the base you simply have to plug the mic in and you're ready to go.

The 2-position switch in the back makes for easy, hands free operation. And the LED indicator light tells you with a glance whether the mic is on or off.

 

Specifically Designed

If you have an ADX112 or ADX118 microphone, then this desk top microphone stand could be the perfect accompanyment to your public speaking events.

Simple On and Off

The on/off switch on the back is easy to work, simple flip it to the proper position. If the LED light is on you're ready to go, if its off you're clear and the mic is inactivated.
UPC: 687471511114

Audix ATS-10 Specs

ConstructionSteel
ConnectorsADX112 and ADX118 Microphones Fit Directly into Base
Control2-Position On Off Switch
Power RequirementsPhantom Power
Dimensions4.4 x 2.5 x 6.3" (11.18 x 6.35 x 16kg)
Weight2.65 lbs (1.2 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.2 x 6.5 x 2.5"
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How does the audix ats 10 terminate to mixer. Does it hardwire from platform then clean male to mixer/phantom power input?
Asked by: Anonymous
It sports an XLR Male connector in the back. You can then connect it via any standard XLR cables into your mixer and if your mixer and yes, it will pass through phantom power.
Answered by: Marty
Date published: 2019-02-27
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