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Audio-Technica Introduces New Shock Mounts for 40 Series Microphones

Audio-Technica has introduced a new shock mount, available in black (AT8449a) and silver (AT8449a/SV), for 40 Series side-address microphones.

Audio-Technica said the new shock mount features improved rubber band architecture for long-lasting operation. It also has a robust cradle design for easy microphone insertion and a secure, molded fit that hugs the body of the microphone.

The new shock mounts are colored to match 40 Series microphones. The black AT8449a shock mount is included with AT4033a, AT4040, AT4050 and AT4050ST and the silver AT8449a/SV is included with AT4047/SV, AT4047MP and AT4080 mics. 

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