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Rode PSM 1 Shockmount For Podcaster
- Rotates 360 degrees with a maximum reach of 820mm (32.5 inches) horizontally and 840mm (33 inches) vertically
- 3/8 inch thread adaptor
- Holds up to 2Kg (4.4lbs)
- Includes two desk mounting options
- 2-axis swivel mount for accurate positioning
- Note: The Rode PSM 1 Shockmount for Podcaster does not need any nut/ washer or bolt. The open end of the shock mount is to be directly screwed onto the mic stand.
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Shown with Rode PSA1 (sold separately)
- Weight: 390.00gm
- Dimensions: 122.00mmH x 110.00mmW x 155.00mmD
- Warranty: 1 year
- Compatible Rode Microphones / Accessories: Podcaster, Procaster, PSA1, DS1
Rode PSM 1
Microphone Shock Mount
The perfect suspension shock mount for the Procaster or Podcaster, the PSM1 provides isolation from external vibrations which can translate as low frequency noise or manipulate the microphone position. The PSM1 gives you confidence when using your microphone in environments where there is any movement that may interfere with the microphones performance.
From its humble beginning in the 1990s, RØDE Microphones has gone from strength to strength on the global stage and has become the go-to microphone for a variety of industries. RØDE employs the latest technology and precision machinery to continue to keep its products at world-class standards and at a great price.
The PSM1 is a shockmount for the RODE Podcaster and Procaster microphones. The PSM1 mounts to both 3/8" and 5/8" thread mounts. Includes M20 captive nut to mount microphone.
Top customer reviews
I would not get the one with the integrated pop filter. It's not that I don't recommend using an external pop filter, because I do use one. But the shockmount with the integrated one looks like it puts the pop filter in the wrong position. With the Rode Podcaster or Procaster, you need to speak right into the end of it because of its proximity effect. You need the pop filter directly in front of the end of the mic.