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I am considering the Galaxy 140 for its consistency and convenience
compared to the radioshack digital spsl meter. I checked the galaxy website
and didnt see any threaded socket on the CM-140 for tripod or boom stands.
If that is the case I was wonderong how people are using it. If the $50 radio shack
meter has the threaded tropod socket, I was wondering why the galaxy 140 doesnt.

The main reason I am going for the galacy is that I dont have to keep
turning the dial as in the RS meter. On the galaxy cm-140, one level covers
the entire range I am interested in.
 

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I have one and it has a tripod mount. I dont know why it doesn't show on the photos. The CM140 is also a better meter all around as the mic is quite a bit better than the RS.
There is three range settings on the 140 but they are very wide compared to the RS meter.
 
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Thanks for the reply. Yep for some reason the manual does not show the
socket. I presume the socket is standard and would fit any tripod or
a boom microphone stand.
I am planning to get the onstage boom mic stand #MU7701B. Their
brochure also does not say what size threaded socket it comes with.
 

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There are adapters if it is not the right size but it should be standard.
 
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looks like only the 150 and 160 have the tripod thread. Only the 150/160 manual
shows the thread but still does not mention the thread size.
 

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So does the Galaxy 140 have the 5/8th or 1/4th thread
I am sure its threaded just like all other meters, that being a 1/4th of a inch, standard camera tripod mount. 5/8ths is for microphone clips and shock mounts.
 
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