(Las Vegas, Nevada--April 4, 2014) K-Tek, makers of award winning boom poles, microphone support equipment and accessories, will introduce groundbreaking audio production products at NAB 2014 in booth #C1736.
The audio specialists at K-Tek have designed a range of bags from an audio-centric perspective. The Stingray1 Audio Bag is ideal for small mixer/recorders like the Sound Devices’ 633 and the Zaxcom MAXX, and the Stingray2 is made for the Sound Devices 664. Both have a rigid ─ yet lightweight ─ interior frame that allows the bag to stand upright or sit on its side without collapsing, which gives the professional sound mixer a solid mobile workstation. The Stingrays allow for crucial connections to be made quickly; batteries to be managed easily, and media to be accessed promptly, because the design offers complete access from the top, zippered sides and a bottom trapdoor. The underside has a rigid polyurethane plate and rail-style feet to enhance stability. And the side openings are lined with separate pouches for extra storage.
These K-Tek audio bags can hold multiple wireless transmitters, NP-1 batteries, camera hops, headphones, cables, IFB, lavaliere microphones and even a slate ─ all the gear in one bag that a sound professional needs. With a rugged black fabric exterior and soft blue interior, Stingrays offer various carrying options and a detachable transparent rain cover as well as two universal neoprene pouches for wireless receivers.
K-Tek also answers the question of “How to transport a boom pole?” with the KBLT series of clamshell-style, dual-zippered boom pole kit cases. The KBLT52 transports and protects poles that collapse to 52-inches and under. The case has room for more than one boom pole and has a removable, padded nylon pouch for a shock mount and microphone. The KBLT52 joins the KBLT35 that is designed for shorter poles.
The new K-Tek Audio Bag Division will also be showing a patent pending audio harness, a waist belt and other unique accessories, including cable hangers with a sure snap buckle.
K-Tek CEO Brenda Klemme Parker says, “We listened to the needs of our customers, and the reaction has been positive: ‘Finally, audio bags made by audio people!’”
For further information, contact: K-Tek, 1384-F Poinsettia Ave., Vista, CA 92081; http://www.ktekbooms.com