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Works with a bit of enginuity,
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As a pop shield it works as well as any other as far as stopping pops and hisses. Also a damn site better than the pair of tights I was using. However the reach of the flexible arm leaves a lot to be desired struggling to get stretch around my mic cradle to get into a decent position. The clip is pretty poor too due to the fact it's weak and causes the pop shield to sag on any normal mic stand. I have got around this with the use of my faithfull gaffer tape.
Not bad but you can get better from a decent music shop.
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Initial post: 10 Dec 2012 14:46:24 GMT
world family says:
I don't know anything about this particular pop shield but a lot of people put their pop shields on a separate mic stand. Also check out the Hakan P 110 pop killer. A lot more money but it is said to be good at letting all the non-pop frequencies through.
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