Other accessories




MICROPHONE STANDS
We keep three types -



Small table-top stand
adjustable height from about 6" to 9".
Solid but easy to carry, and able to take both 3/8” and 5/8” thread mic holders.  

ACCMICSTATOP 
£20





Table stand with boom arm

NOW UNAVAILABLE - SORRY.





Larger floor-standing stand
vertical pole around 21” high topped with an adjustable cantilevered arm. 

ACCMICSTA 
£27








FOOT PEDALS FOR TRANSCRIPTION

Transcribe your recordings on a PC using a foot pedal to control play, rewind and fast forward - just as you used to with cassettes!

It goes like this - install and fire up the software (free download required) and open your recording file; control the playback of the file on your PC with the foot pedal, play and stop, rewind and fast forward; type your transcript. It’s that easy.

The foot pedal plugs into a USB port on the PC; most flavours of Windows are supported, and there’s a Mac version too.

The final link in the digital workflow. Order yours today!


In stock and waiting for your order at £45 through our footpedals.net site


Or try our digital bundle of a USB headset and USB pedal for just £65. 
A comfortable and clear headset for your transcription sessions, the Spectra USB headset is light enough to wear all day and has its own built-in volume control so you don’t need to fiddle with the computer to hear that difficult passage.


Also foot control pedals for analogue transcription machines from Sony, Olympus, Sanyo etc, and five other types of headset at footpedals.net

 


CARRY BAGS AND CASES


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We now also supply a range of hard cases - so strong you can drive your car over them and the contents will remain as good as new. 

See our ToughPro site.






MICROPHONE CABLES

These are standard XLR microphone cables (XLRM to XLRF) which are available in three lengths:

1m   £10


2.5m   £12


4m   £17.00


Remember that a lavalier mic (lapel) like the PRO70, AT803/831 will already have a hardwired cable of about 1m; a 1m XLR cable is usually sufficient for most uses, giving at least 2m in all.






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