I've bought 3 of these shock mounts from Thomann. I scoured the internet for a good suspension mount for my Neumann RSM191. This microphone has an over-all diameter of 30mm, so most shock-mounts will not accommodate my microphone. It is very sturdy, the outer ring being of metal construction. The bands are strong and the stand mount is of a good quality. The mic clamp is advertised as opening to a diameter of 30mm. This is the greatest width that the clamp can open to. A small countersunk bolt secures the clip to the shock-mount. I should point out that this bolt protruded slightly on all three of the units I bought. Care may need to be taken in order to make sure that it doesn't scratch the case of your microphone if it has a diameter as wide as mine.
Over-all, a very sturdy unit and definitely the best value shock-mount of this type that I have found available.
I purhcased the t.bone SSM 5 microphone shock mount in order to use it with my previously bought the t.bone EM 9900 microphone. The microphone arrived with it's stock mic holder which you will find is unusable with boom poles as I am using it with the Rode Mini Boompole. So I had to purchase a shock mount holder to eliminate all the unneeded noises and bumps from the pole. After a quick research on the website I found this one and decided to try it out. It turned out to be a steal! Let's face it - the price is great on this piece.
What I love about it is it's ability to accomodate microphones anywhere from 19-20mm up to 30mm which is quite the range if you ask me. I also liked the build quality as all parts of it feel good. The ring is built of metal, the mount feels solid and of course not on last place the bands feel tight.
So far haven't had any issues with it and I can freely recommend it to you if your mic fits :)
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