The Audix CabGrabber is an effective compact microphone mounting system for smaller guitar and bass speaker cabinets. >More
Ever struggle getting a regular straight mic cable end around a mixer, or fitting in its proper place in a DI box? If you have, then you know what use a right-angled connection on a XLR cable can be. The Audix CBLDR25 is a tough, rugged mic cable with an L-shaped female end, suitable for continuous use and reinforced so it won't split on you. Dual twisted pair wiring and full shielding offer pro-quality signal transfer and rejection of interference. >More
For use with the Audix CabGrabber or Cabgrabber-XL, the Audix Boom-CG boom arm features a 12 inch adjustable steel tube that enables the CabGrabber to handle front address microphones and a wider variety of miking positions. >More
The Audix CabGrabber-XL is a self-adjusting mic mounting system for large guitar and bass cabinets (fits 14- to 20- inch deep cabinets). The CabGrab-XL features heavy duty steel construction with thick rubber grabbers that securely position the mic without harming the cabinet finish. A locking swivel allows for precise mic placement and the spring loaded tensioner allows for fast on/off. Since the Cab Grabber XL attaches directly to the cabinet it replaces mic stands that can move out of position, fall over, or trip stage performers. >More
The Audix DFlex Micro is a wide-jaw butterfly clip with shock mount designed to hold the Micro and Micro-D series microphones. This mount gives you the ability to mount these mics on drum rims, wood hoops, stands and piano rails. >More
Audix Corporation, an industry leader in drum and percussion microphones, proudly announces a solution for drum miking: The D-Vice drum microphone clip. With a low profile and a unique mounting system, the D-Vice will attach to the rim of most drums and rimmed percussion. >More
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