Diy Double Microphone Stand 3-4m High!!!

step 1:

unfold the stand, and take from it the head

step 2: rotate the center column up, a pull the cap off the bottom of the rod (run!)

Step 3: sliding pole, but remove the thinnest end, this is too weak to use: to do this you slide the thinnest portion of the rod in the other, hold the rod up, and if the property is the thinnest rod section on the ground: it can go.

Step 4: Now check whether the extended rod, fit the center column of the tripod, if so, (congratulations !!) than the mast of your double live microphone stand ready !! now only the cross bar.

Step 5: Take square wooden bar (2x2cm height times width) and cut it to a length of 150cm, Now take the mast there is at, and drilling a hole (in the middle of the transverse beam (75cm on: the middle) which is slightly smaller than the top of the mast.

Step 6: Looking now 2 seats / clamps for pipes, which fit around the microphones, and screw it on the ends of the crossbar. (Do not use too long a screw, otherwise this there protrudes to the other side through!)

Step 7: Now check whether the cross bar clamping fit on the top of the mast, if it is not you make it something bigger.

Step 8: Put the mast me cross bar and eventual microphones on the stand, and connect the cables to your microphones and mixer, and enjoy your creation

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Step 1: Staps

required:

Tripod: with middle column! drill boron (depending on the diameter of the pole-top) fishing rod (length up to around 4 meters: more is not necessary, because the rod is moving much and get too much strain on the stand) a wooden bar 150cm (this is the top - cross - bar)

step 1:
unfold the stand, and take from it the head

step 2: rotate the center column up, a pull the cap off the bottom of the rod (run!)

Step 3: sliding pole, but remove the thinnest end, this is too weak to use: to do this you slide the thinnest portion of the rod in the other, hold the rod up, and if the property is the thinnest rod section on the ground: it can go.

Step 4: Now check whether the extended rod, fit the center column of the tripod, if so, (congratulations !!) than the mast of your double live microphone stand ready !! now only the cross bar.

Step 5: Take square wooden bar (2x2cm height times width) and cut it to a length of 150cm, Now take the mast there is at, and drilling a hole (in the middle of the transverse beam (75cm on: the middle) which is slightly smaller than the top of the mast.

Step 6: Looking now 2 seats / clamps for pipes, which fit around the microphones, and screw it on the ends of the crossbar. (Do not use too long a screw, otherwise this there protrudes to the other side through!)

Step 7: Now check whether the cross bar clamping fit on the top of the mast, if it is not you make it something bigger.

Step 8: Put the mast me cross bar and eventual microphones on the stand, and connect the cables to your microphones and mixer, and enjoy your creation

Step 2:

step 1:

unfold the stand, and take from it the head

step 2: rotate the center column up, a pull the cap off the bottom of the rod (run!)

Step 3: sliding pole, but remove the thinnest end, this is too weak to use: to do this you slide the thinnest portion of the rod in the other, hold the rod up, and if the property is the thinnest rod section on the ground: it can go.

Step 4: Now check whether the extended rod, fit the center column of the tripod, if so, (congratulations !!) than the mast of your double live microphone stand ready !! now only the cross bar.

Step 5: Take square wooden bar (2x2cm height times width) and cut it to a length of 150cm, Now take the mast there is at, and drilling a hole (in the middle of the transverse beam (75cm on: the middle) which is slightly smaller than the top of the mast.

Step 6: Looking now 2 seats / clamps for pipes, which fit around the microphones, and screw it on the ends of the crossbar. (Do not use too long a screw, otherwise this there protrudes to the other side through!)

Step 7: Now check whether the cross bar clamping fit on the top of the mast, if it is not you make it something bigger.

Step 8: Put the mast me cross bar and eventual microphones on the stand, and connect the cables to your microphones and mixer, and enjoy your creation

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    uitvinder hwss

    3 years ago

    This is a dubble microphone stand , which you / you two microphones at high altitude can drop by means of a rod and a tripod and a wooden bar , plus two pipe saddles. mvg HWS

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    seamster

    3 years ago

    Looks interesting. What is this for, exactly?