Rycote INV-6 InVision Microphone Suspension for Stand and Boompole Mounting

BH #RYINV6 • MFR #041106
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Rycote INV-6 InVision Microphone Suspension for Stand and Boompole Mounting
Key Features
  • For Stand and Boom Mount Application
  • Large Lyre Size
  • Two 19 to 25mm Mounting Clips
  • 3/8" Threaded Stand Mount
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The Rycote INV-6 InVision Microphone Suspension addresses the demand for a professional, Rycote-quality shockmount in the studio, conference settings and speech capturing applications.

The entire mount is comprised of two large InVision lyres with two clips that accommodate microphone bodies measuring 19 to 25mm in diameter. The lyres rest on a bar with a 3/8" threaded stand adapter at the base.

The stand adapter itself features an integrated cable clip for securing excess cable and minimizing noise. The unique lyre suspension is engineered with Hytrel for a virtually indestructible design that maximizes shock and noise suppression.

The InVision suspension system is available in various clip sizes to accommodate different microphones. The versatile 19 to 25mm mounting clips included with this system are intended for mounting a wide variety of microphones (under 120mm in length).

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Rycote INV-6 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Large Lyre Suspension for Boom Operation
  • 319 to 25mm Mounting Clips
  • 4Hytrel Construction
  • 5Integrated 3/8" Threaded Stand Adapter

The Rycote INV-6 InVision Microphone Suspension addresses the demand for a professional, Rycote-quality shockmount in the studio, conference settings and speech capturing applications.

The entire mount is comprised of two large InVision lyres with two clips that accommodate microphone bodies measuring 19 to 25mm in diameter. The lyres rest on a bar with a 3/8" threaded stand adapter at the base.

The stand adapter itself features an integrated cable clip for securing excess cable and minimizing noise. The unique lyre suspension is engineered with Hytrel for a virtually indestructible design that maximizes shock and noise suppression.

The InVision suspension system is available in various clip sizes to accommodate different microphones. The versatile 19 to 25mm mounting clips included with this system are intended for mounting a wide variety of microphones (under 120mm in length).

Large Lyre Suspension for Boom Operation

The large lyre suspension webs measure 70mm high and 40mm wide to accommodate heavier microphones. This is ideal for static stand mounting as well as boom placement.

19 to 25mm Mounting Clips

The clips included with this system accommodate microphone diameters measuring between 19 to 25mm in diameter. The clips mount a wide variety of microphones that measure under 120mm long.

Hytrel Construction

The unique lyre suspension is engineered with Hytrel for a virtually indestructible design that maximizes shock and noise suppression.

Integrated 3/8" Threaded Stand Adapter

A 3/8" threaded stand adapter is featured at the base for microphone stand mounting.

Rycote INV-6 Specs

Microphone Diameter0.74 to 0.98" / 19 to 25 mm
Mounting3/8"-16
Dimensions2.75 x 1.57" / 70 x 40 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.1 x 3.2 x 3.2"
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which one of these Rycote shock mounts are best for Sennheiser MKH 50?
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You can use the Rycote INV-7 InVision Microphone Suspension for Stand and Boompole Mounting (B&H # RYINV7) or Rycote InVision INV-HG mkIII Microphone Suspension - Lyre Shockmount (B&H # RYINVHGMKIII) with the Sennheiser MKH 50. The MKH 50 is 150mm long and the INV-6 accommodates mics that are less than 120mm long, so the INV-6 won't work. The INV-7 is for mics that are longer than 120mm and the INV-HG is also suitable for the MKH 50.
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What is the distance between the two lyres? I've heard its 1 , but just wanted to confirm that before I buy one :)
Asked by: Anonymous
Correct. The distance is 1
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Date published: 2018-08-27
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