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Re: Kenwood deck in the U.S. and mic stands

Subject: Re: Kenwood deck in the U.S. and mic stands
From: "Bill Mueller" <>
Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2003 14:19:23 -0000

In my effort to build a portable stereo mount for my pair of vintage
EV 666 mics, I purchased an expensive bracket similar to the Atlas
TM-1E. I used a couple of AT8415 shock mounts to hold the mics. I
found a power tool handle to use as a handgrip.  The hollow grip
allows me to slip this setup over a standard mic tripod when I need
a stationary mount. You can listen to a clip that I recorded using
this setup at:

A source for stereo mic brackets is:
(no endorsement intended)

I will have some photos available soon, after I finish the furry
wind socks that I am sewing for the rig.

Hope that this helps.


--- In  Brian McWilliams
<> wrote:
> Two questions for the group...
> 1. I've seen many references on this list to the
> Kenwood minidisc deck (3020 I believe) with digital
> outs on this list. Is that deck available in the U.S.
> and if so, where?
> 2. Finally made a decision on the stereo mic thing...
> decided to buy a second Rode NT3 instead of getting
> the NT4. For those recording in the field with two
> mics, what are you using for stands if anything? I was
> thinking about getting a couple of gooseneck table top
> mic stands. It would be nice to have somethink light
> and portable. Any opinions or advice?
> Thank you all for the wealth of information, it's been
> great reading this list.
> Brian
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