Heil Sound PL2T Overhead Studio and Broadcast Boom Mount

BH #HEPL2T • MFR #PL2T
Heil Sound
Heil Sound PL2T Overhead Studio and Broadcast Boom Mount
Key Features
  • 2 Section Articulating Arm
  • Topless Cable-Through Channel
  • Perfectly Balanced Springs
  • Noiseless Adjustment
The Heil Sound PL2T Boom Mount is a professional articulating, broadcast studio microphone mount that features perfectly balanced springs for quiet, reliable microphone positioning. The two sections feature a hollow channel with removable panels for threading the microphone cable along the spine of the boom. The PL2T easily handles microphones weighing up to 3.5 lb (1.6 kg), includes a C clamp mount that will easily mount surfaces up to 1.5" thick, and features a 5/8"-27 thread stud for microphone shock mounts.
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Can I use this with my sE X1 A mic and ...

Can I use this with my sE X1 A mic and shockmount?
Asked by: Mike
The Heil Sound PL2T Overhead Studio and Broadcast Boom Mount will work with the SE X1's shockmount provided you have a 5/8"-27 threaded opening. Manufacturer's often include a couple of adapters for interchangeability, but if you happen to not have the right size, you can still use the Broadcast Boom arm by getting the Auray AD-5838-B 5/8"-27 Female to 3/8"-16 adapter.
Answered by: Mohsan
Date published: 2020-06-09

I have an sE X1S mic and shock mount. Is it ...

I have an sE X1S mic and shock mount. Is it possible to use the Heil Sound PL2T Overhead arm with them?
Asked by: Mike
Yes, the Heil Studio Boom will work with your Se X1S with shockmount.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2020-05-24

Where is it made?

Where is it made?
Asked by: Gerald
On the box it says, "Assembled by those who care in Fairview Heights, IL, USA!", nothing is shown on the product, so my guess is some, or all components are moulded/formed in China, and then final assembly is in the USA, as described.
Answered by: Charles
Date published: 2020-08-24

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Can I use this with blue Yeti?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Blue Yeti can be mounted to a broadcast arm with the use of the optional Radius II shockmount.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

The top of my desk has molding directly ...

The top of my desk has molding directly underneath so that a clamp-style mount doesn't work for me. My question is, can the clamp be removed to allow a direct mount (i.e. a plate with screw holes in it)?
Asked by: John
You would require the compatible rise for it to be able to do that. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/616745-REG/Heil_Sound_RS_1_RS_1_Riser_Mount.html
Answered by: David
Date published: 2020-10-02

Please explain the mounting portion of the boom?

Please explain the mounting portion of the boom?
Asked by: John
This microphone arm features a 5/8"-27 thread compatible with most microphone shock mounts.
Answered by: leticia
Date published: 2021-02-23

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What is the length of each of the two arms? Joint to joint preferably. Thank you.
Asked by: Anonymous
Both arms are approximately 18 , mesured from the center of one joint to the center of the other.
Answered by: Louis-Philippe L.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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