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Author Topic: Pop Filters: Which Work? Which Suck? The Lowdown  (Read 13868 times)

DanDan

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Re: Pop Filters: Which Work? Which Suck? The Lowdown
« Reply #45 on: July 09, 2020, 02:54:34 PM »

Tell me about it!  So hard to get them out of the carpet....
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Re: Pop Filters: Which Work? Which Suck? The Lowdown
« Reply #46 on: August 16, 2020, 07:38:43 PM »

I recently purchased a Pop Audio Studio Edition.
The gooseneck is great, stays in place and is very mobile. There's a choice of a metal, cloth or foam filter that twists onto the gooseneck. It's also well thought out and made. I find its design clever and very user friendly.

It's not exactly inexpensive at around $100 USD, but it gives me three options and works to my satisfaction.
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Hermetech Mastering

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Re: Pop Filters: Which Work? Which Suck? The Lowdown
« Reply #47 on: June 04, 2021, 05:22:10 AM »

I really dig the Rycote one too.

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Re: Pop Filters: Which Work? Which Suck? The Lowdown
« Reply #48 on: June 21, 2021, 01:18:52 PM »

This looks very interesting, i saw this being used in a vintage king video during a microphone shootout.
But it looks pretty thick ?
http://www.transaudiogroup.com/products/hakan/hakan-p110-pop-killer/

This is the Hĺkan Pop Killer.

The foam is hydrophobic (does not absorb moisture) and is acoustically transparent (fabric ones can colour the sound)*.

It is available in 10 different versions and spare pads are available.  The pads are easily washable and dry quickly (hydrophobic).

Foam is double the thickness of the Rycote, so is more effective in preventing plosives - but still totally transparent*.  The thin wire frame does not affect the sound as it's thinner than the wavelength of the highest audible frequency*.

* the poster's opinion. KH
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