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At first glance, Boom Poles might not be on top of the list when you think about exciting filmmaking equipment. However, booms are so ubiquitous that there is rarely a shoot without one. In order to capture the best audio, recordists use poles to place a microphone as close to the subject as possible. As with every piece of equipment, there are offerings that get the job done and others that make a sound persons life easier. K-Teks Mighty Boom Poles are definitely of the latter category.
 
 

There are 10 different models of the Mighty Boom, but before we go into the differences, let’s look at what they have in common.

Mighty Booms have a removable head that allows for versatile cabling. They all have 6 sections to give the operator maximum portability, while providing as much reach as possible. The sections can be loosened or tightened using burnished divots that are designed for firm grip. To lock/unlock a section, only a quarter-turn of the divot is needed. That makes changing the length of the pole quick and easy.

K-Tek “Mighty Boom” Poles – different versions

The K-Tek Mighty Boom is available in two versions — uncabled and with a built-in coiled cable to connect the microphone sitting at the end – designated with the “CCR” suffix.

Model

Length (collapsed)

Length (max)

KP6/KP6CCR

21″ (53.3 cm)

6′ (1.83 m)

KP9/KP9CCR

28″ ( 71.2 cm)

9′ ( 2.75 m)

KP12/KP12CCR

37″ ( 94 cm)

12′ ( 3.66m)

KP16/KP16CCR

44″ ( 111.8 cm)

16′ ( 4.88 m)

KP20/KP20CCR

54″ ( 137.2 cm)

20′ ( 6.1 m)

Both versions are available in a range of different lengths.

Accessories

K-Tek also offers a range of accessories — for example a kit and cables to upgrade a standard Mighty Boom with an internal coiled cable, or an adapter to mount a wireless audio transmitter directly to the end of the boom pole.

 



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