SKU: GC77-TAK

Rode TAK Thread Adapter

The Thread Adaptor is a premium universal adaptor kit for mounting a range of devices onto any mic stand, boompole, tripod or studio arm. It features 1/4, 3/8, and a 5/8 inch adaptors in a unique integrated set with a carabiner for safekeeping. These can be configured to connect any standard thread to any standard mount. The Thread Adaptor is a must-have "everyday carry" accessory for sound engineers, filmmakers, and photographers.

Features:

1/4, 3/8, and 5/8-inch adaptors in a unique integrated set

Carabiner clip for attaching to camera/sound bags or clothing

Integrated driver for tightening and loosening adaptors or camera plates

Made from durable stainless steel and brass with a premium finish

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Product Overview

The Thread Adaptor is a premium universal adaptor kit for mounting a range of devices onto any mic stand, boompole, tripod or studio arm. It features 1/4, 3/8, and a 5/8 inch adaptors in a unique integrated set with a carabiner for safekeeping. These can be configured to connect any standard thread to any standard mount. The Thread Adaptor is a must-have "everyday carry" accessory for sound engineers, filmmakers, and photographers.

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