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Blue Microphones Compass Premium Broadcast Boom Arm

SKU: # 686970   |   Model: # B COMPASS ARM   |    Product Reviews2 Reviews  Write a Review

Compass Premium Broadcast Boom Arm

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Compass Premium Broadcast Boom Arm
Compass Premium Broadcast Boom Arm
Compass Premium Broadcast Boom Arm
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Compass is a premium broadcast boom arm with internal springs and built-in cable management, ideal for broadcast applications like game streaming, podcasting, voice-over and more. With smooth, quiet operation and sophisticated on-camera looks, Compass is the perfect microphone boom arm for mics weighing up to 2.4 pounds, including Yeti and Blackout Spark SL.

Studio-Grade Design
Compass features a broadcast studio-grade design with enclosed aluminum construction, internal springs, and hidden-channel cable management. All friction hinges are hand-tightening - no need for any tools - and a full 360-degree rotation means you're covered for any application. Effortless and quiet, Compass stays in place after being adjusted, and the robust C-clamp creates a solid connection with your desktop. Pair Compass with Yeti and the Radius III shockmount for a professional broadcast setup.

FEATURES

  • Enclosed aluminum construction with internal springs

  • Hidden channel cable management

  • Hand-tightened friction-hinges for smooth, quiet operation

  • Designed for Yeti and other professional broadcast mics

  • Compatible with all standard shockmounts

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Boom Type: Extruded aluminum
Desktop Mount: C-clamp
Rotation: 360 degrees
Max Horizontal Reach: 32
Max Weight Hold: 2.4lbs (including mic and shockmount)
Cable Management: Hidden-channel cable management
Threading: standard 5/8 threading, adapter for 3/8 threading

Includes:
Compass desktop boom arm, C-clamp for desktop mount, 3/8" to 5/8" adapter

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Arm Collapsed and Failed 3 of 3 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Hamilton, Ontario
Same issue as the other reviewer. Heard a loud smash from my room. Went in to find the arm had collapsed and dropped my SM7B into my desk. Took it apart to find the internal spring/cable is very poorly made and snapped. Do not risk your microphone on this arm. It will break.
Posted by Kurt on Dec 4, 2021
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Third one died 5 of 5 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Kingston, Ontario
My third replacement has just stopped standing. The lower half of the arm loses it's ability to hold the rest of the stand up. It's as if a spring or whatever other stretchy material they use snaps, the stand just falls down. (which is not good for my expensive mic) They have got to figure out why this is happening. I like it very much...until it gets flaccid
Posted by Stan Campbell on Mar 17, 2021
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