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On Stage ASVS6B 6-Inch Pop Filter
|Price:||$19.95 & FREE Shipping|
- Micro-weave black nylon diffuser
- Adjustable clothespin-style clip
- Easily clips onto microphone or boom stand
- Gooseneck supported
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On Stage ASVS6B 6 inch pop filter features a plastic hoop, and a micro-weave black nylon diffuser, designed to prevent annoying vocal thrusts with this adjustable clip-on voice screen. Perfect and must have accessory for the active vocalist! This On Stage pop filter provides proper placement in front of the microphone from support of the gooseneck and clothespin-style shaft clip. Easily clips onto microphone or boom stand.
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>> Rode desktop boom arm
>> Heil PR 40 end shot mic
+ Easy to install
+ Easy to use and adjust
+ Good size for end shot mic
- As stated in other reviews clip is pretty weak
Overall I like this pop filter and the clip being the weakest part is not so bad.
I paired this up with a atr2100 and it works fine...doesn't muffle the sound too much
I'm not sure how On Stage let this get through any sort of testing without thinking the clip needed some serious work but...with that said just throw a rubber band around the clip and twist it as many times as needed to give it more tension so it doesn't slip and it'll hold for you.
I was looking to buy solid equipment on a budget of <$140 for the purposes of recording voice for podcasts and interviews, primarily.
I'm not a sound expert, but in the test recordings I have made so far, the filter seems to work as intended. It has a nice clip which works well on the boom stand. It's not a complaint, really, but in my initial uses so far, I notice that the adjustable neck could stay put a little better than it does.