There is one irritating difference between US and European audio. The standard threads on mic stands. I mean, why is this?
Most boom poles and the like use the Euro standard.
What's the difference? Charles Poynton lays it out for you.
"Europeans don’t use a metric (SI) thread but a 3/8‑inch diameter
thread – British Standard Whitworth (BSW), 16 tpi. The Whitworth
standard specifies a 55° flank angle (typical of pipe threads), not the
60° angle of the Unified Thread Standard (UTS) or the the ISO metric
screw thread. Abbreviated: 3/8″-16.
Many microphones having 5/8‑inch mount are shipped with an adapter
that screws into the 5/8‑inch (“American”) threaded hole, and offers a
3/8‑inch diameter (“European”) threaded hole. Colloquially, this is
a 5/8″-27 to 3/8″-16 threaded adapter."
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