Securing the T1® to the Microphone Stand Bracket

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  • The bracket that sits parallel to the floor has a bevel on the top. The bevel should run down, facing you. If the bevel runs down away from you, the bracket is upside down and the T1 ToneMatch® Audio Engine will not sit properly on top of it.
correct - bevel running down, facing you

T1 Bracket Correct.jpg

incorrect (upside down)- bevel on opposite side, away from you

T1 Bracket Incorrect.jpg


This is how I secure the T1® to the T1® Microphone Stand Bracket[1]

  1. There is a velcro strap on the black ToneMatch cable.
  2. I use the velcro to secure the ToneMatch cable to the microphone stand just above the Microphone Stand Adapter (the thing that clamps around the mic stand).
  3. Then I insert the ToneMatch cable into the T1®. It locks into place.
  4. At this point, most people would put the T1® on the bracket and attach the other cables.
  5. I insert all the other cables into the T1® before I put it on the bracket. I do it this way because I have all my cables strapped to the microphone stand (I don't take them off between gigs). So there's no hanging stress from those either.
  6. Finally, I set the T1® on top of the bracket.


T1 Strapped 02.png


In the picture above, I am using all the inputs and the cables are heavy. But since I have all the cables secured by a velcro strap, there's no chance that the T1® will come off the microphone stand bracket.


T1 Strapped 01.png

The white cable is a network cable (Cat-5) instead of the ToneMatch® cable


source

T1 This information is applicable to the T1 ToneMatch® audio engine

Here's how I have one of my microphone stands setup. The T1® Microphone Stand Bracket is attached and I never remove it.

All the cables are also strapped to the microphone stand. I leave the cables attached all the time. This saves a great deal of time during setup and teardown.

T1 on Mic Stand Adapter 2.jpg

I used a white background so that you could see the wires. Normally they don't stand out like this visually. Notice that even if the T1® were to get knocked off the bracket the cables are acting as safety tethers.

View from the Back

T1 on Mic Stand Adapter Back.jpg

Ready to Pack Up

You can see that the cables are strapped to the microphone stand.

T1 Mic Stand Adapter Ready to Pack.jpg

Packed, ready to zip up

T1 Mic Stand Adapter Packed.jpg

The black bag is one of the original Cylindrical Radiator® bags that came with my L1®. Years ago I got some heavy duty bags for the Cylindrical Radiator® and it turns out that the stock bags work great for holding microphone and light stands.

Remember to pack the Bracket (arm) in the T1® Lid.

T1 Mic Stand Adapter Arm.jpg







Comments? Please join the discussion on the Bose L1® Forum



  1. Original discussion about using the T1® Microphone stand adapter