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Atlas Sound LO-2BE Lock-On Accessory and Quick Release for Microphone Mounts (Black)

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Atlas Sound LO-2BE Lock-On Accessory and Quick Release for Microphone Mounts (Black)
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Atlas Sound LO-2BE Overview

The Atlas LO-2BE Lock-On Accessory is designed to fit onto 5/8"-27 thread stands and provides quick attachment and release of microphone mounts. The unit features a secure, snap-on fastener and durable, push-button release. The LO-2BE is an ideal solution for performances of all types.

UPC: 612079114986

Atlas Sound LO-2BE Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.205 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.05 x 4 x 1.4"

Atlas Sound LO-2BE Reviews

I only fear the eventual wear and tear

By Charles
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-11-11

First of all, it works as advertised. Extremely quick one-handed release, and fairly easy one-handed connection. The mechanism that locks it is a spring loaded button, which fits very snugly in the cutout of the receiver. It is thick steel, but I am worried that over time, quick and uncareful twisting could bend/warp the receiver channel, causing wiggle.

Do you like Quickies?

By Kim W.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-06-29

Adapting this little jewel was the only hard part. See my photos for how I use it. Sometimes I use a light stand to mount the Rode NTG-2, sometimes a boom stand. This QR system makes it fast and easy. You'll need one for each microphone mounting variant. I have two, and thinking about getting another one to go on another microphone. It's important to use the right system from the get go, and I chose this one and am glad I did.

Fantastic device

By Dick Johnson.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2012-07-30

Just right for my Sure Super 55.

Small, quick, and easy

By Scott G.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-02-09

I needed this break down different mics without having to constantly screwing and unscrewing them. It's much easier to push the pin and and slide the mic right off when moving them around. I called Atlas to see if they sold the outer sliding adapter separately. They do but you need to buy 100 of them in one lot.

Great Concept, Limited Use

By Skinny
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2010-05-24

I love the idea of this. It's always a pain to unscrew a mic or boom stand every time you need to make a change in your setup. I purchased on not realizing that without at least one other quick release mount I can't do much with it. When i received it and separated it I half expected that both sections would be threaded, the mount that remains attached to your stand is just a smooth stub. If it were threaded you could attach another mic or boom. Thus you need one for every item you intend to attach to really get the ease out of the purpose. That could get rather expensive. Great idea but not ideal.

Good product

By Steven
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-10

Works as described. Theres still a little wiggle play after locked but not terrible. Seems sturdy. Hopefully lasts a rigorous gig schedule. Time will tell.

This hit the spot.

By JCS archivist
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-07-23

I do a bit of live music recording in a small room that has given me wide access and latitude as to where I set my mics... to the point of making semi permanent installations. It became apparent that it would be handy to have a couple different fixed points to mount mics and this quick disconnect makes it very easy to move from one point, close to the ensemble... to a point further back into the room for the big bands. My only suggestion would be to offer as an option a second or separate base section which would allow fully interchangeable setups with the same system.

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Does it rattle when moving your boom pole around, ...

Does it rattle when moving your boom pole around, or is it solid and silent when locking in? I've purchased another version and it has a bit of a rattle, which surprised me.
Asked by: Craig
No rattle at all when used as intended - on a mic stand.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2020-02-13
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