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Royer Labs RSM-SS1 Sling-Shock
Microphone shock mount
The RSM-SS1 Sling-Shock features an innovative approach that does away with elastic bands, rubber bungee cords or synthetic bushings. The adjustable microphone grip allows for a secure hold with flexible microphone positioning, and its cotton-lined interior protects a microphone's finish. It fits 1" diameter cylindrical microphones. Future models will accommodate a wide variety of microphone body sizes.
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