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On-Stage TM01 Microphone Mount  

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Versatile mic mount works as a table or stand clamp.

The clever design of the On-Stage Stands TM01 allows a microphone to be mounted horizontally or vertically, and on round or flat surfaces. The C-clamp mic mounting bracket quickly and securely attaches to microphone stands, cymbal stands, boom arms, and tables. The microphone mount fits industry-standard 5/8" - 27 thread mic clips. The removable mic clip adapter can be placed in 3-hole locations. Its removable mounting block features a flat side to clamp to flat surfaces and a v-groove side to clamp to mic stands. Made of durable metal construction, the On-Stage Stands TM01 mic mount is still lightweight for easy handling.

Can be mounted horizontally or vertically
Can be mounted on round or flat surfaces
Fits 5/8" - 27 thread mic clips
Mic mounting block has flat side to clamp to flat surfaces and v-groove side for mic stands
Durable, metal construction
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On-Stage StandsTM01 Microphone Mount

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Very Handy


from Mid-Michigan

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Comments about On-Stage Stands TM01 Microphone Mount:

I bought this mic mount specifically to mount a microphone inside an upright piano, so I wouldn't have to move a mic stand every time I moved the piano during the concert. It worked perfectly for that purpose. I was a little disappointed that the plastic knob on the set screw for the mounting post stripped the first time I used it, so I wasn't able to tighten it properly. I simply swapped the two set screws, so I could use an Allen wrench to tighten the mounting post. Since the other set screw only has to hold until the unit is clamped in place, it wasn't as critical that it wasn't very tight. Now that the concert is over, and I have more time, I've replaced the screw with the plastic knob on it, with a basic hex-head screw from the hardware store.

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