VDB BOOM Poles

VDB MICROPHONE BOOM POLES STANDARDS

Rigid, light and strong, they benefit from the most recent technologies in carbon fibre winding and the experience of thirty-five successful years of supplying the most demanding operators.

Greater length from reduced size. The design in six sections offers an increased length and greater rigidity when expanded, while reducing the collapsed size. This effectively limits the range to six models that still cover all the varied needs of users by making easier the travel and storage.

Reduced hand noise is achieved by the polished surface of the outer tube, also providing better grip. On the opposite, the five extendable sections come in a dark, non-reflective black finish.

Silent. between each section, an internal incompressible joint is precision machined, offering the minimum space to achieve a soft sliding contributing to the rigidity of the system and preventing the tubes from rattling when rotating or swinging quickly.

Internal optional cabling: straight or coiled internal microphone cable can be set and removed instantly in all the models without technical intervention (dismantling/assembly < 5min).

Discrete marking rings on the tubes of the longest model allow a precise return to a predetermined length setting. One and only objective, making boom operator’s life easier.

A quick release top screw new version (no wear) is common to all the models (2 per pole).

Easy repair ensuring unrivalled long life spans, even on wired poles. The internal cable being removable, poles can be dismantled quickly and without the use of tools and every section (tube, locking ring..) of any model can be repaired or replaced.

Representative on the territory of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan:

Tel.: +7 (985) 921-6139, +7 (985) 226-6420 info@oltbert.com*

* С 24 февраля 2022 г. в связи с санкциями приостановлена деятельность на территории России и Беларуси. Business in Russia and Belarus has been suspended due to sanctions restrictions since February 24, 2022.