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It will sit on the zoom h1 well enough and I have used the two together in the past alot, just don't expect a perfect snug fit like that of a full microphone.
Hope this helps,
Jon

By Jon from TheColdplayunheard on… on 28 April 2014
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The Rode Podcaster appears to have a diameter of 52mm, I would guess that the 45mm foam windshield would stretch enough to fit OK!!
By Silverfox on 23 May 2015
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I am not familiar with the Zoom H2H. I got these for my son who is not here at present. Sorry i can't be of any help
By mcgoo on 09 May 2014
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The manufacturer's spec is misleading. I measured our own stock and this is how we describe them on our own web shop.
Hole diameter 35mm
Hole depth: 65mm… see more
The manufacturer's spec is misleading. I measured our own stock and this is how we describe them on our own web shop.
Hole diameter 35mm
Hole depth: 65mm
Outer diameter: 62mm
Outer length: 74mm
I don't have the dimensions of your mic but suspect that it will not fit. The only one we have that will fit most large condenser mics is this one:
http://www.boomerangsounds.co.uk/product.php/3481
External length is 110mm
External diameter: 80mm
Internal diameter: 50mm but will stretch to larger in use.
Martin
Manchester Audio (part of Boomerang Sounds)
0161-761 5050 see less

By Manchester Audio on 25 November 2015 SELLER
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I don't know the size of the Olympus LS11/14 so I am unable to help in this instant. I would need to have a look at one to see if the Internal Diameter foam would fit. I cannot help you in this case. Sorry!
By desmond colin niall fitzgerald on 17 June 2015
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We use them with the normal Shure SM 58 mics which are normal sizes so I would say Yes .
They are good value .

By jimanden on 08 June 2015
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Sadly no. These are pop screens for the likes of Shure 57s and 58s and similar Hand Held Dynamic/Condenser Mics. You need a Circular Blast Screen in your application on Diaphragm Condenser Mics . Amazon do stock them.. Dont get sucked in by the high priced ones as basically they all do the same job, but the mountings c… see more Sadly no. These are pop screens for the likes of Shure 57s and 58s and similar Hand Held Dynamic/Condenser Mics. You need a Circular Blast Screen in your application on Diaphragm Condenser Mics . Amazon do stock them.. Dont get sucked in by the high priced ones as basically they all do the same job, but the mountings can vary depending on mic and stand being used. Happy Vocalising.... Try this, iy will do the job at lo cost. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Studio-Microphone-Screen-Flexible-Gooseneck/dp/B008AOH1O6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1419294617&sr=8-1&keywords=microphone+screens see less
By Winkle on 23 December 2014
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You can find out by checking up the mics diameter. This foam fits 35mm mics!
By Adam Kilander on 03 October 2015