Real Steel

Microphone with Stand

Stock #30733

A Microphone with a Stand from the 2011 sci-fi sports drama, Real Steel. In the film, a struggling boxing promoter finds a discarded robot and attempts to turn him into a champion while finding a new relationship with his son.

This microphone was used by the ring announcer during the fight between Noisy Boy and Midas at the Crash Palace. The microphone is a Shure ribbon style dynamic microphone made in Chicago, IL USA. The microphone sits on a steel stand and has a pivot underneath the head along with “HI” etched into the backside of the microphone. Attached to the stand is a steel box that operates as an amplifier in the film. The front of the box has a push button, along with a red indicator light while the top part of the box has a male XLR input, and the bottom portion has a female XLR input. The ends of a microphone cable are attached to the microphone, the male box input, and the bottom of the stand.

This item measures approximately 61” x 4” x 4” (155cm x 10cm x 10cm) and is in good condition.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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