K-Tek’s Stingray line now includes the new Antenna Sleeve for directional wireless microphone antennas.
K-Tek said the rigid-sided carriers are designed to keep most types of shark fin-style antennas safe and easy to find in the sound kit. Designed to future-proof the owner’s investment, the versatile design fits sharkfin antennas from Betso, Lectrosonics, PSC, Sennheiser, WisyCom and Zaxcom.
This flat envelope-style sleeve with a two-way zipper contours to the fin antenna. Constructed of high strength ballistic nylon with internal semi-rigid panels, the antenna-shaped protector provides sides that measure 15 x 14.5-inches at its longest and widest points, with a curved top.
Zipped shut, the content is safe inside. A top nylon loop makes it handy to carry, store or attach to sound carts.
This sharkfin bag features a handsome black and grey exterior with easy-grip grey piping and a bright orange-colored cushioned interior. The new Stingray Antenna Sleeve is $35.
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