Radius Windshields

RAD-2 Shock Mount with 3-Pin XLR Cable

Regular price £120.00 GBP
Sale price £120.00 GBP Regular price £120.00

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This RAD-2 Shock Mount comes with a low-profile 3-Pin XLR jumper cable.

The RAD-2 Shock Mounts are designed for for use with standard length shotgun microphones and small condenser pencil microphones with slide-on fur windshields on the front. It provides exceptional isolation from movement, handling noise and other vibrations associated with booming. The mount has soft-coated universal mic clips to fit any mic 19-25mm in diameter. Each mount includes a pair of standard firmness hoops (black) and a pair of softer hoops (light blue). The RAD-2 hoops are slightly thicker than RAD-1 hoops and have an extra 3mm of bracing on top to hold the extra weight of front-heavy microphones. The base of this mount comes with a 360-degree rotatable XLR holder and 3/8 thread to use on boom poles, stands or with quick-connect attachments. All of the components are produced using virtually indestructible thermoplastic elastomers from high-precision injection moulding in an ISO-9000 certified factory. The RAD Shock Mounts are made in England.

  • Great microphone shock mount isolation when booming indoors, outdoors or on run-&-gun shoots

  • Recommended for use with shotgun microphones with a diameter of 19-25mm, up to 250mm in length. Can be used indoors and outdoors with or without slide-on windshields.

  • Fits Sennheiser MKH416, Sennheiser MKH8060, Sennheiser MKE600, Schoeps CMIT 5, Schoeps SuperCMIT, Schoeps MiniCMIT, Sanken CS-3, Rode NTG-3, DPA 2017 and other shotgun microphones

  • Also use the RAD-2 with super-cardioid, cardioid and omni condenser mics when using a slide-on Radius Nimbus Windshield or other style deadcat fur on the front.

  • 2 pairs of interchangeable RAD-2 hoops are included - standard firmness (black) and soft firmness (light blue)

  • Comes with 360-degree rotatable XLR holder and 3-Pin XLR jumper cable
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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I Need a Shock Mount?

In short, Yes! To achieve flawless audio, shock mounts are used to suspend the microphone, essentially allowing it to float, taking away any risk of handling noise.

Can I use the RAD Shock Mount with a Sanken Cs3e?

Yes, We would suggest using the RAD-2.

Will you be releasing a windshield?

Yes! We will be launching a new windshield/blimp systems in Summer 2024.

Which Nimbus fits my DPA 2017

We would suggest the 12cm Nimbus 19/22