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Best Answer RonMarton , 09 July 2013 - 07:01 AM

Well spotted, ...I never knew that kit existed, Derek !

 

Great news, because any of the Line 6 outlets in the UK can order it in for you using Line 6's product code, being 97-000-0005.

 

http://www.gear4musi...-Mic-System/IYU

 

http://www.andertons...381474114page-1

 

http://www.thomann.d...xdv75hs_tan.htm

 

So it looks like nuts to you, after all.  :)

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#1 Dtaylor2013

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 02:50 AM

I now have 3 headsets which are held together with gaffa tape after the tiny nut which holds the microphone boom has been lost.

 

Does anyone know whether I can get replacement nuts / whole little mounting assembly (which I would expect to cost about 10p) instead of having to replace the whole headset at a cost of £110 best price I have found so far...?

 

in hope.

 

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 04:28 AM

I'm (ever so slightly) ashamed that I must confess to being something of a "headset nut", Derek...

 

...But that sad fact is probably best left well alone.

 

Even more sad, I know of no manufacturer of this sort of gear who will provide that type of individual small spare part for any mic or headset.

 

Nowadays, the standard practice does seem to be exactly as you feared, in that almost everyone requires us to buy the whole item, other than a few who will possibly supply ear pads, transducers and/or entire boom-arm and/or headband assemblies for their more expensive "radio and TV commentary" models.

 

I'd suggest that the cheapest fix may be for you to take the remaining assembly on an excursion to your local D.Y.I., hardware (USA) or ironmonger (UK) with a view to finding a matching fastener, or one that's possibly able to be adapted to the purpose.

 

Equally in hope...

 

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 04:46 AM

https://www.globalfu...ode=97-000-0005

 

I accidentally stumbled across this in the US line 6 store (don't know how I ended up on there, but it seems our friends across the water have access to things we don't. there is no sign of these in the uk site...

 

annoyingly, it appears the us store online checkout page will only allow shipping to the US...

 

maybe us brits just don't lose enough of our nuts??

 

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Posted 09 July 2013 - 07:01 AM   Best Answer

Well spotted, ...I never knew that kit existed, Derek !

 

Great news, because any of the Line 6 outlets in the UK can order it in for you using Line 6's product code, being 97-000-0005.

 

http://www.gear4musi...-Mic-System/IYU

 

http://www.andertons...381474114page-1

 

http://www.thomann.d...xdv75hs_tan.htm

 

So it looks like nuts to you, after all.  :)


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