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    Pop Filter (Nylon)

    $18.00
    Availability: 12 in stock
    Fast shipping
    Delivery date: 1-3 days

    1 year warranty.

     

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    Noise protection filter for microphone
    Used indoor or in recording studio
    Reduces or eliminates popping sounds
    Protect microphone from the accumulation of saliva
    Increase life span of microphone
    Pop filter size: 15cm
    Includes a clamp (clamp up to 3.5cm)
    Includes a flexible goose neck (length of 35cm)

    Consists of 2 layers of acoustically woven nylon

     

     

    Overview:

    A pop filter is a relatively simple device. It is basically a mesh membrane stretched taut across a frame that allows sound waves to pass while blocking sudden rushes of air. These bursts of breath are called plosives, and you get plosives from hard breathy consonants like ‘p' and ‘b' during talking or singing.

     

    Popping sounds can be heightened if you have your mouth too close to the microphone when recording. The plosive sounds interact with the microphone’s diaphragm, and might exceed the design input capacity of the microphone, leading to clipping (also known as a loss of information of the recorded sound) which willruin a great vocal take.

     

    A pop filter will ensure excellent sound quality in your recordings and that any unwanted noises will be filtered out and not picked up by your microphone. In essence, it acts as a barrier between these sounds and the microphone, with the aim of eliminating the popping sounds caused by the mechanical impact of fast moving air on the microphone. It also serves to protect the microphone from the accumulation of saliva, thereby increasing the life span of the microphone.

     

     

    There are 2 main types of pop filter, nylon and metal pop filter with the advantages and disadvantages highlighted below so that you can better choose the type of pop filter that is right for you.

     

     

    Nylon Pop Filter

     

    Pros

    • Great for beginners
    • Inexpensive
    • Standard in the music / performance industry
    • Great for removing plosives

    Cons

    • Audio can be hindered; high frequencies are often removed
    • Nylon is delicate and can be easily damaged

     

     

    Metal Pop Filter

     

    Pros

    • Designed with wider mesh holes, which has less effect on high frequencies
    • Durable

    Cons

    • The metal sheet is thin and can be easily bent
    • Over time, metallic filters can develop a slight whistling sound

     



    Specifications:

    Pop filter size: 15cm
    Includes a clamp (clamp up to 3.5cm)
    Includes a flexible goose neck (length of 35cm)

    Consists of 2 layers of acoustically woven nylon

    Colour: Black
    Warranty: 1 year




    Item Included:

    1 x Pop Filter (Nylon)

    1 year warranty.

     

    Highlight:

    Noise protection filter for microphone
    Used indoor or in recording studio
    Reduces or eliminates popping sounds
    Protect microphone from the accumulation of saliva
    Increase life span of microphone
    Pop filter size: 15cm
    Includes a clamp (clamp up to 3.5cm)
    Includes a flexible goose neck (length of 35cm)

    Consists of 2 layers of acoustically woven nylon

     

     

    Overview:

    A pop filter is a relatively simple device. It is basically a mesh membrane stretched taut across a frame that allows sound waves to pass while blocking sudden rushes of air. These bursts of breath are called plosives, and you get plosives from hard breathy consonants like ‘p' and ‘b' during talking or singing.

     

    Popping sounds can be heightened if you have your mouth too close to the microphone when recording. The plosive sounds interact with the microphone’s diaphragm, and might exceed the design input capacity of the microphone, leading to clipping (also known as a loss of information of the recorded sound) which willruin a great vocal take.

     

    A pop filter will ensure excellent sound quality in your recordings and that any unwanted noises will be filtered out and not picked up by your microphone. In essence, it acts as a barrier between these sounds and the microphone, with the aim of eliminating the popping sounds caused by the mechanical impact of fast moving air on the microphone. It also serves to protect the microphone from the accumulation of saliva, thereby increasing the life span of the microphone.

     

     

    There are 2 main types of pop filter, nylon and metal pop filter with the advantages and disadvantages highlighted below so that you can better choose the type of pop filter that is right for you.

     

     

    Nylon Pop Filter

     

    Pros

    • Great for beginners
    • Inexpensive
    • Standard in the music / performance industry
    • Great for removing plosives

    Cons

    • Audio can be hindered; high frequencies are often removed
    • Nylon is delicate and can be easily damaged

     

     

    Metal Pop Filter

     

    Pros

    • Designed with wider mesh holes, which has less effect on high frequencies
    • Durable

    Cons

    • The metal sheet is thin and can be easily bent
    • Over time, metallic filters can develop a slight whistling sound

     



    Specifications:

    Pop filter size: 15cm
    Includes a clamp (clamp up to 3.5cm)
    Includes a flexible goose neck (length of 35cm)

    Consists of 2 layers of acoustically woven nylon

    Colour: Black
    Warranty: 1 year




    Item Included:

    1 x Pop Filter (Nylon)

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    Weight1000g
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