The Triad articulating base provides the weight and stability of large diameter cast iron bases and a fully adjustable attitude and footprint, thanks to its patent-pending ratcheting mechanism. Each leg of a Triad base has five ratcheted positions that provide up to 65 degrees of pitch to accommodate boom-less front lines, uneven surfaces and stacking for storage. The IO Quick-Change Coupler is standard equipment on all Triad stands. On-the-fly hardware swaps eliminate threading booms and mic clips on and off. The stands utilize professional-grade clutches in lieu of knobs and thumbscrews to adjust and secure shafts and bases. Knurled metal clutch barrels are coated to provide a comfortable ergonomic grip for more torque. Triad T3 Tall Tripod Stands feature an air suspension system to protect studio microphones against accidental impact damage.
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