The new RSM-SS1 Sling-Shock features an innovative approach that does away with elastic bands, rubber bungee cords or synthetic bushings. The adjustable microphone grip allows for a secure hold with flexible microphone positioning, and its felt-lined interior protects your microphone's finish. The RSM-SS1 Sling-Shock fits Royer's 1-inch diameter microphones (R-121, R-122, R-122V, SF-1, and SF-12 models) and other cylindrical microphones measuring approximately 1-inch in diameter (+/- 1/8 inch). The RSM-SS24 accommodates Royer SF-2, SF-24 and SF-24V microphones.
Patent No. 8,571,250
Retail Price SS1 $295.00
Retail Price SS24 $375.00
All good studio microphones should be placed in shock mounts for recording. Shock mounts keep vibrations from making their way up the mic stand, transferring into the microphone and showing up on your tracks as unwelcome noise. Sometimes vibration related noise that's unnoticeable while you're tracking shows up when you master, then suddenly it's "What's up with the thumps and noise in the bottom end? "Oops - should've "
The RSM-1 was designed for maximum shock protection, durability, ease of use and versatility. Not to mention that it's got a Royer logo and looks sharp. It's made of high-tech materials that will hold up for many years, and it doesn't use elastic bands that can stretch out over time.
Our AT-84 shock mount is excellent for our R-121 and SF-1 mics. But the longer bodied SF-12 stereo ribbon and R-122 active ribbon™ mics have a tendency to "lean" a little with the AT-84, especially when you position the mics horizontally (as with drum overheads). The RSM-1 provides a more secure hold, and its special orientation slots make pulling a mic out of the shock from the cable end impossible. The orientation slots are provided to let you position the mics forward or backwards (for tracking on the back side of R-121 and R-122 mics). While the RSM-1 is specially made to fit Royer microphones, it will also work with any 1-inch diameter mic.
Retail Price $235.00
Finally, a pop filter that doesn't filter your sound along with the pops. Look through a Royer PS-101 pop filter and you will see the mic clearly. The secret is the special louvered metal that deflects wind downwards while letting sound go directly through (see the PS-101 Close Up). The PS-101 will last for many years (try that with your nylon!), it can be cleaned with soap and water, and it looks good too!
Screen Diameter: 4.6 (11.7cm)
Gooseneck length: 13" (33cm)
Retail Price $59.00
Retail Price $135.00
Our stereo SF-12 and SF-24 microphones come with 2-part cable sets. The first part of the set is a 5-conductor extension cable (18 ft for the SF-12 and 25 ft for the SF-24) that connects to the microphone on one end and to the splitter cable on the other end. The second part of the set is the splitter cable that separates into two 3-conductor cables labeled Upper and Lower (for the upper and lower ribbon elements) which terminate into 3-pin XLR connectors.
If your cable set (or either part of it) is ever lost, replacement parts are available
CS-18 (SF-12 cable set with 18 foot extension cable): $156.00
CS-25 (SF-24 cable set with 25 foot extension cable): $196.00
YC-18 (splitter cable): $64.50
EXC-18 (18-foot extension cable for the SF-12): $91.50
EXC-25 (25-foot extension cable for the SF-24): $131.50
Extension cables are available when longer cable runs are needed:
EXC50 (50-foot extension 5-conductor cable): $147.75
EXC100 (100-foot extension 5-conductor cable): $247.00
SF-24V AND R-122V EXTENSION CABLES (7-pin configuration)
EXCV-25 (25-foot extension cable for the SF-24V Vacuum Tube Ribbon) $165.00
EXCV50 (50-foot extension 7-conductor cable for SF-24V) $235.00
EXCV100 (100-foot extension 7-conductor cable for SF-24V) $375.00