Ultimate Support Systems Ultiboom Telescoping Mic Boom
When it came time to design a new generation of microphone boom arms, U.S.S decided to throw known conventions out the window and give way to innovation. Welcome to the Ultimate Support Systems Ultiboom Telescoping Mic Boom. The Ultiboom mic boom features heavy-duty, die-cast counterweights, ergonomic adjustment knobs that feel great in your hands, and lightweight (yet durable) anodized aluminum tubing with internal glides that ensure fast, smooth, noise-free adjustment. Ultiboom by Ultimate Support has redefined how professional boom arms should perform.
Ultimate Support Systems Ultiboom Telescoping Mic Boom Features:
-Ergonomic Adjustment Knobs
-Aluminum Tubing with Architectural Anodized Finish
-80% Field Serviceable Parts
-Boom Length: 18.9" - 34.6" (480 mm - 880 mm)
-Can be attached to AX90 or AX48 Pro stands with Mic Adapter (sold separately)
The Ultimate Support Systems Ultiboom Telescoping Mic Boom is designed with the end-user in mind. The angle adjustment knob is 25% larger than the competition to ensure a secure lock and the ergonomic design eliminates pinch points and feels remarkably great in your hands. The depth adjustment knobs are ergonomic, yet designed in size to not encourage over tightening.
When was the last time you used an "off-the-shelf" boom arm that had a real, die-cast counterweight? The Ultiboom's counterweight offers true balance and stability and is 10x stronger than competitor's plastic counterweight (and 30x stronger than their ABS or Nylon counterweights).
The complete boom (mast and telescoping tube) use oversized, heavy-walled aluminum tubing for durability, functionality, and weight savings. What's more, thanks to the architectural anodized finish (the same type of finish found on stadium bleachers), an Ultiboom will not rust or corrode and is 2x to 20x more durable than competing boom arms.
The majority of an Ultimate Support Systems Ultiboom Telescoping Mic Boom is field serviceable. So, in the unlikely event that something should break on it, it's very probable that you'll be able to fix it by replacing a part instead of the entire boom - saving you time and money.