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    Soft protective microphone pouch for wireless transmitters. Included with Artist Elite® wireless transmitters.

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    Hello. I have a microphone AudioTechnica MB1K. Can I use this microphone pouch for microphone AudioTechnica MB1K? Please how is hight and width this microphone pouch? Thank you for answer.

    Michal

    You may contact Audio-Technica Europe for further assistance. http://www.audio-technica.com/world_map/

    Brent

    Does the ATW-T1002 Fit the AT-BG2 Pouch? The specs are really close for these two items and, due to the diameter of the microphone, I am unsure. Does the ATW-T1002 fit in the AT-BG2 pouch? Thanks.

    RichH

    Yes it does.

    AudioSolutionsSpec1

    Dimensions Will the AT-BG2 pouch hold an ATR-1300 microphone and 16.5 ft cable?

    ZGirl

    Please contact our Audio Solutions Department at (330) 686-2600 ext 5000 or at audio-solutions@atus.com for assistance with this.

    AudioSolutionsSpec3

    What are the dimensions of the AT-BG2? I require a soft case for handheld wireless mics and the average pouch is too small.

    RomeoB

    The inside dimensions of the AT-BG2 soft microphone pouch are as follows. The pouch will hold two of our AEW series wireless handheld microphones/transmitters or three of our AEW series wireless bodypack transmitters (with the antennas removed). 10.75 x 0.5 x 4.50 in (27.30 x 1.27 x 11.43 cm) L x W x H

    AudioSolutionsSpec1

    just purchased M2M wireless monitor system. Rack mounted receiver. Do you make a pouch to carry around my M2M battery pack transmitter? If you do make a carrying poch just of the portablle battry pack of the M2M system> i would lke to klnow where is culd purchase one a nd how much they cost. Three of us in a band just purchased three M2M systems and rack mounted the receiver. We all want to be responsible for our own transmitter packs adn would lkie to carry them around gig to gig safely. If you don't make one specifically for that transmitter,do you make something that will safely transport them? Thanks you for you wonderful product and your time. Dave

    marshall89

    Thank you for your inquiry. Sorry, but we do not make a case for this system.

    AudioSolutionsManager