SKU: GC54-AT8691

Audio-Technica Camera Shoe Mount Holder for Two ATW-1700 Receivers

Audio-Technica Camera Shoe Mount Holder for Two ATW-1700 Receivers

The Audio-Technica AT8691 Camera Shoe Dual Mount is designed to mount two ATW-R1700 System 10 digital wireless receivers to a camera's hot shoe. It also mounts to a tripod or other device with a 1/4"-20 screw.

Included is an AT8351 dual-mono to stereo output Y-cable for the receivers. The cable allows you to use one receiver to capture left channel audio and the other to capture right-channel audio, and feed both signals separately into the camera's stereo audio input.

The coiled cable is terminated with two 3.5mm TS right-angled mono plugs on one end and a 3.5mm TRS right-angled stereo plug on the other.

Features:

Mounts two ATW-R1700 System 10 wireless receivers to a camera's hot shoe

Also mounts to a tripod or other device with 1/4"-20 screw

Comes with an 11" AT8351 dual-mono to the stereo coiled output cable

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Audio-Technica Camera Shoe Mount Holder for Two ATW-1700 Receivers

The Audio-Technica AT8691 Camera Shoe Dual Mount is designed to mount two ATW-R1700 System 10 digital wireless receivers to a camera's hot shoe. It also mounts to a tripod or other device with a 1/4"-20 screw.

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