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Q:I have this already and the clip end broke, my question is can you just sell the clip portion or does it only come as a whole part?
Q:We have these in our rental inventory and some of the windscreens have deteriorated. Do you offer replacement windscreens for this product?
A:Please contact our Parts Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5002 or at Parts@atus.com for assistance with this.
Q:Will it work as a replacement for my samson airline 77 clip that is broken
A:The AT8418 will accommodate microphones roughly 37.8 mm (1.49") long,
Q:Does this mount fit AT Pro 70 lav mic?
A:Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:Will this mount work for a DPA 4061 microphone, used on an alto sax?
A:The AT8418 can fit lavalier or instrument lavalier microphones that have a 19mm diameter (some of our microphones are specified at 18.9mm, which is acceptable). I believe the DPA4061 has a 5.4mm diameter, which means the AT8418 will likely not fit. Feel free to double-check the diameter specification for your DPA microphone.
Q:Will this mount hold either a AT829cW or the AT803b element heads?
A:The AT803 and AT829cW will work with the AT8418 mount. However, the AT829cW might fit a little more loosely within that mount, comparatively.
Q:Audio Technica Unimount Microphone
A:The AT8418 is a mount, and does not have a cable or XLR connector. However, the length of this product is 14cm long. If you are looking for the length of cable for any microphone, that can be found on that microphone's product page.
Q:Foam Windscreen Replacement Part# for AT8418 & PRO35cW
A:Thank you for your inquiry. This is available as a part. Please call our parts department at 330-686-2600 option 4 and they will help with this.
Q:What kind and size Adapter end dose it have?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. This is a mount that is made for the ATM350 and the Pro35. The windscreen holds the microphone and the other end has a clip.
Q:Wll the AT8418work on a flute?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. There probably is no place to clamp ths mount on a flute.