More About URSA MiniMounts
- Easy to rig beside buttons on shirts where larger mounts will not fit!
- Their thin shape makes them perfect mounts for rigging on the skin in the cleavage or onto the bra.
- Quick & Easy to wind protect using URSA Sticky Circles and Fur Circles.
- MiniMounts are moulded from hardened plastic. They won’t snap under pressure or deform under heat.
- Each MiniMount is hand finished to get the smoothest possible surface. This helps fabrics glide over the mount without creating friction and noise.
- Each pack comes with 5 free MiniMount Stickies. These stickies measure 11x 22mm and are designed specifically for MiniMounts.
- Our MiniMount Stickies are hypoallergenic and safe to use against skin. They also do not leave residue if used on costumes and delicate fabrics.
- MiniMounts measure 11m wide x 22mm long x 6mm tall. Our 6060 & MKE1 measure 9.5m wide, 20mm long x 5mm tall.
- The DPA 4060 model also fits a CountryMan B3 with a Cap.
- The MKE1 model also fits a Countryman B6 and Deity W.Lav Micro.
- The MKE1 & MKE2 models are designed to be used WITHOUT caps on the mics. This allows the mount to be as small as possible.
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|Dimensions||22 x 11 x 6mm||22 x 11 x 6mm||20 x 9.5 x 5mm||22 x 11 x 6mm||20 x 9.5 x 5mm||22 x 11 x 6mm||22 x 11 x 6mm|
|Notes||Works with Countryman B3||Use without a cap
Works with: Countryman B6
|Use without a cap||Also works with Deity W.Lav Pro|
|MM 4060||MM 4071||MM 6060||MM COS 11 / W.Lav Pro||MM MKE1||MM MKE2||MM D11|
|Made for Mic||DPA 406x||DPA 4071||DPA 606x||Sanken COS11 & Deity W.Lav Pro||Sennheiser MKE1||Sennheiser MKE2||Sony D11|
Simon Hayes, AMPS, CAS
“On the current job we have a lot of ties, when all the usual tie rig options had been exhausted I remembered I had these new things and rigged a MiniMount into the tie, it sounded so much better than all other options that had been tried. The MiniMount is ultra low profile and the costume department were loving them, so win, win!”
“I’ve used URSA MiniMounts exclusively for the last week on everything from starched white shirts, to dancers practice gear and leotards, through to cotton overalls on the engine room crew, they’ve been brilliant to use, usually not needing any tweaking.”