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Audio-Technica AT8415 Universal Shockmount

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Audio-Technica AT8415 Universal Shockmount
Key Features
  • Shockmount for Boompoles & Mic Stands
  • Reduces Vibration Noise
  • Rubber Membrane Suspension
  • Constant-Tension Clutch
The lightweight, low-profile Audio-Technica AT8415 Universal Shockmount is designed for boompoles or mic stands, providing a rubber membrane suspension for isolation from motion and cable noise. Height and angle adjustment knobs are also provided.
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will the sennheiser 600 work?

will the sennheiser 600 work?
Asked by: Jimmy
Yes, the Audio-Technica AT8415 Low Profile Universal Shock Mount is compatible for use with the Sennheiser MKE 600 Shotgun Microphone.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2023-01-18

Will a Audio-Technica 8022 with a Rode dead cat ...

Will a Audio-Technica 8022 with a Rode dead cat wind screen over it fit in this mount?
Asked by: William
Yes, the AT8415 shockmount can be used for an AT8022 microphone with a deadcat windscreen.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2020-10-27

Will a Rode M3 work with this shock mount?

Will a Rode M3 work with this shock mount?
Asked by: Aaron
No. See below dimensions: Rode M3.. Physical Dimensions ø: 1.3 x L: 8.86" / ø: 33 x L: 225 mm Weight 0.86 lb / 390 g Audio-Technica AT8415 Specs Microphone Diameters Minimum: 0.50" / 1.27 cm Maximum: 2.13" / 5.4 cm
Answered by: james
Date published: 2022-05-15

question

How do you 'thread' the microphone through the bands if it's too thin (e.g.. Rode NTG4+)?
Asked by: Emmy D.
I would try wrapping it in cloth, preferably cotton, where the bands contact the mike.
Answered by: James F.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

is this made of plastic or metal?
Asked by: Rehan
Metal, well made.
Answered by: GREGORY R.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Would it fit Rode NT4?
Asked by: Anonymous
You may have to thread the mic through the bands by weaving it at both pairs of bands, instead of sticking it straight through. I love this shock mount and have used it for years, on all kinds of mics.
Answered by: Scott S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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