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- For Samson's C01 condenser mic
- Spider shockmount
- Isolates mic from physical vibration, floor, and stand noise
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- Also available for Samson's C03, CL7, CL8 and C01U condenser mics
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The Samson SP01 Spider Mount is a high-quality shock mount built especially for select Samson condenser mics. The Spider Mount is easy to use as your go-to steady container for your mics when doing studio or field recording sessions. Durable and lightweight, this shock mount is an affordable way to get better audio performance results out of your Samson condenser microphones.
Works with Select Samson Microphones
The Samson SP01 Spider Mount is designed especially to work with select Samson condenser microphones. The Spider Mount is compatible with the Samson C01, C03, CL7, CL8, and C01U condenser mics.
Ideal for YouTube, Podcasting, and More
Using a shock mount such as the Samson SP01 helps to reduce unwanted vibration noise when doing dialogue recording, especially for podcasting. The SP01 works great in a studio mic setup, allowing the microphone to be partially isolated from vibrations that can add unwanted sounds to your output signal when recording. It can also be attached to a simple boom for quick and easy field recording.
Samson Technologies began in 1980 as a pioneer in wireless microphone technology. Today, Samson is an industry leader in professional audio solutions whose products are known for their fidelity and reliability. Samson products are preferred by recording artists, performers, educators and audio professionals throughout the world.
In the early '90s, Samson began to expand the reach of their audio products through the development of power amplifiers, mixers, wired microphones and signal processors. In 2005, the first professional USB microphones to be used by musicians, broadcasters and podcast enthusiasts were introduced, making Samson USB microphones the new industry standard. Over three decades, Samson has grown from a small two-person operation to a worldwide enterprise, dedicated to innovating new products that will enhance the lives of music and broadcast professionals everywhere.
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I also use the MXL WS-001: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001ECQONU/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_1
NEEWER Scissor Arm: http://www.amazon.com/NEEWER-Microphone-Suspension-Scissor-Stand/dp/B00DY1F2CS/ref=pd_bxgy_267_img_z
I had read a lot of negative reviews about the MXL shockmount for this microphone so I didn't want that one. This shockmount bears a striking resemblance to the MXL 890 shockmount that came standard with my 890 vocal mic and with the same quality of construction. The price is definitely more than fair for what you get here!
So... If you have an MXL V67G order with confidence! I would say that this would be a much better choice than the MXL alternative.
I was also blown away how fast Amazon got this thing to me! I ordered it last night and it showed up on my front porch this afternoon!
The trick for mounting an H2N in this is you just need to go to the hardware store and pick up some rubber and metal fender washers and a good 1/4" screw that fits. After that, you can easily mount the H2n, windscreen and even a USB cable or so to it. The benefit?
Well, it's pretty substantial as long as you do it correctly (ie, nothing is touching the mic that is directly coupled to the stand).
The benefit is that if you accidentally hit your stand or if something is vibrating the desk or stand, that it won't translate into your audio nearly as much as if it were directly mounted to the stand or whatever.
To best demonstrate the difference, once you have it setup. Put the mic in the mount and then tap the stand with your fingers. If the mic is suspended correctly, you'll hear the sound probably, but then make one change. Take a pen or something that's solid and connect the mic to the stand. You don't even have to make a "great" connection between the two. Then, simply tap the stand the same way again. You'll notice in the recording that the tapping is SIGNIFICANTLY louder in the one without the mount whereas the tapping with the mount might very well be impossible to hear at normal volumes.
This will prevent jarring sounds in your audio and is most useful in "live" or "near live" recordings where you're not going to be able to go back and correct mistakes or whatever.
If nothing else, it looks cool, so if you're looking for that - well, here ya go :)
There aren't really any problems with it, so 5 stars!
Mounts easily, securely, is adjustable.
Cons: Not that adjustable. But at least it's sturdy and uses standard 5/8"-27 threads, so you can add a flexible arm or gooseneck later if you prefer.
Also the price is fairly high. I'd like to see it to around 20$. Right now it's too steep, but you get what you pay for, and it's cheaper than other solutions while being more compatible.
Conclusion: Good, but if you can get it below 25$ it's well worth it, and below 20$ it's a steal!
Tip: if you want it to be even more adjustable, check a gooseneck that is 5/8"-27 compatible. 6-inch shouldn't have too much flex, assuming you don't have a very heavy, long, stretched cable or a heavy microphone.