The Auray DUSM-1 Universal Shockmount features a four-point suspension to accommodate shotgun and other cylindrical microphones measuring 0.74-0.98" (19-25mm) in diameter. The shockmount is easily angled with its rubberized adjustment knob. There is a built-in shoe for camera mounting, and a 3/8"-16 thread connection at the base mounts the shockmount to boompoles and universal handgrips.
- Four-Point Silicone Suspension
- Fits Mics Measuring 19-25mm in Diameter
- Built-In Shoe Mount
- 3/8"-16 Thread Base for Boompoles
Auray DUSM-1 Overview
Auray DUSM-1 Specs
|Package Weight||0.285 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.8 x 3.4 x 2.6"|
Auray DUSM-1 Reviews
Worked fine but broke easily
People tend to move the mic by grabbing the long shotgun and pushing. Although they shouldn't they do. This will crack the mount at the point underneath where the pieces are screwed together. It's a weak spot.
This is good. My first one broke, through user error so I bought a new one.
Works great with my Senheiser Shotgun Mic.
Does as needed
I use this on a coldshoe with a Shure MV7 for run and gun for when I want better audio quality than I can get out of a Rode.
Must have for RODE microphones
I have a rode ntg1 microphone and a WS6 wind sock for it. When paired with a Canon xa-11 and the Auray universal shock mount, the audio is clean and crisp. The shock mount is essential for some video equipment, because the included microphone mounts with some models may not be tall enough to prevent an optional wind sock or muff to be seen in the field of view of the recording equipment. That was the problem I had with the Canon xa-11 microphone mount included with the camcorder. But the Auray universal shock mount was the perfect solution and pairs with the rode line of microphones beautifully. It also helps reduce unwanted noise from bumps or any vigorous activity while filming. Great product that's simple but useful in many film applications.
Solidly made shock mount.
If you have a shotgun mic that could use a shockmount at this size, (get your dimensions first), I'd say this is a winner. I prefer shockmounts that use more than two sets of elastic strung perpendicular to one another to hold the mic tight. Works well with a Synco shotgun mic that my wife uses for voice over. Bonus is the base of the mount has a baseplate for mounting on cameras.
Hold tight with my Microphone
Strong support with a hanging mechanism. we can boom the microphone all-around 360 without a problem.
works as intended
this is gold standard I believe
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