Microphone stand locking ring

TE-E Tripod Stand

Tripod Stand with Telescopic Boom

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  • All new models re-designed for better durability
  • Full height of 65" allows for various microphone stand application requirements
  • Easy-locking legs tighten with a single motion for fast set-up and tear down
  • New three-piece clutch has protective insert for secure scratch-free positioning.
  • Clutch barrel constructed of die-cast metal (not plastic!)
  • Tripod leg attachment cup constructed of die-cast metal (not plastic!)
  • "Brake" mechanism on all adjustment points offers secure positioning and eliminates tube marring
  • New and improved model BE-E telescopic boom included with TEB-E package.

Atlas Sound's next generation of Musician Series tripods are lightweight, professionally styled stands that offer the fit and feel of tripods costing considerably more.DS-7E Adjustable Height Desk Stand with Non-Reflective Ebony Finish They feature full-height extension to meet versatile miking needs, a new three-piece clutch with protective insert & metal clutch barrel for secure and scratch-free positioning, and easy-locking legs that tighten with a single motion of the metal leg attachment "cup" for fast set-up and teardown.

The TEB-E tripod/boom features the BE-E re-designed removable, telescopic boom to provide microphone extension from 24" to 39". The boom includes a molded plastic handle, metal swivel clamp with protective rubber inserts, and an easy-grip knob for vertical alignment. Adjustment for the main and extension boom include a thumbscrew/ brake system to provide secure positioning and prevent tube marring Tube assemblies are manufactured of CRS and terminate in the standard 5/8"-27 thread pattern. Finish is satin ebony (E). Weight is 7-1/2 lbs.

All-Purpose Microphone Floor Stand

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MS-10C RN BSE 10 IN6#BS 35-63 IN CHR $ 65.95 ea. $ 48.75 ea.
MS-10CE RN BSE 10 IN 6#BS 35-63IN EBY $ 59.95 ea. $ 44.25 ea.

These all-purpose chrome and ebony finished stands, respectively, are quality, long-lasting models which feature durable tubing, the famous Atlas Sound® wear proof clutch, and a 10" dia. die cast circular base. The three-piece clutch provides positive locking control and is able to withstand years of stage and studio handling. The base features edge concentrated weight distribution and is equipped with rubber pads to absorb shock and protect floor surfaces.

The 5/8" and 7/8" dia. tubing is fully adjustable with a vertical extension ranging from 35" to 63". Tubing is manufactured of cold rolled steel and terminates in the industry standard 5/8" - 27 thread suitable for microphone clamps and accessories (see reverse side). Top and bottom lock-nut rings are included for versatile and secure positioning.

Model MS-10C is finished in chrome; Model MS-10CE is finished in ebony epoxy to eliminate reflections caused by high-intensity lighting. This durable epoxy finish will withstand the rigors of repeated use and frequent transportation.

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Email from media friend at Florida encampment.

by betterbunny

Hey,
  The mood is definitely changing around here, especially in our little camp.
  No matter which side you agree with, this story has become tragically sad. I will fully admit that when I came here, I agreed with the pulling of the tube. I still believe that after 15 years in this state she should rest in peace in a higher place. But to say that providing nutrition and hydration through a tube is "artificial life support", and that by pulling it is a humane way to end her life is completely absurd.
  If she was on true life support, she would have died quickly

An email from a media friend in Florida.

by betterbunny

Hey,
  The mood is definitely changing around here, especially in our little camp.
  No matter which side you agree with, this story has become tragically sad. I will fully admit that when I came here, I agreed with the pulling of the tube. I still believe that after 15 years in this state she should rest in peace in a higher place. But to say that providing nutrition and hydration through a tube is "artificial life support", and that by pulling it is a humane way to end her life is completely absurd.
  If she was on true life support, she would have died quickly

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