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Microphone mounting assembly

Image Number 6 for United States Patent #6724904.

A mounting assembly for removably supporting a microphone in an operative position and in a manner which will protect the microphone against attenuating high impact phonetic peaks. A plurality of support assemblies are selectively attachable to one another to assume a variety of predetermined individually selectable configurations, wherein each of the predetermined configurations are determinative of a preferred operative orientation of the microphone. The plurality of support assemblies include a microphone support structured, to suspend the microphone in a predetermined orientation; a filter support structured, to adjustably support a filter in a substantially aligned, protective relation to the microphone; and an auxiliary support, structured to be removably and adjustably attached in supporting relation to at least one of said filter or microphone supports. Each of said microphone, filter and auxiliary supports comprises at least one elongated base and at least one connector movably mounted to slide along a length of a corresponding base. The connectors are further structured to removably interconnect correspondingly positioned bases to one another to assume anyone of the aforementioned plurality of predetermined configurations, as well as the selective operative orientation of the microphone.

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