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Neewer Metal Table Mounting Clamp for Microphone Suspension Boom

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Neewer Metal Table Mounting Clamp for Microphone Suspension Boom

Product description

Description:

Adjustable table mounting clamp is designed to securely mount your microphone stand to table top or other flat surface using an adjustable positioning screw.

Suitable for any stores, families, stages, studios, broadcasting.

Heavy-duty metal clip base provides a sturdy and reliable way to hold your microphone stand.

Soft foam padding protection at the contact point with table considerately protects your desktop surface from any scratches.

Specifications:

Material: Metal amp; Plastic amp; Foam Padding

Maximum Table Thickness: 2.2 inches/5.6 centimeters

Color: Black

Package Contents:

1x Table Mounting Clamp

Neewer Metal Table Mounting Clamp for Microphone Suspension Boom

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