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67/87 Vintage Pop Filter
The use of a good quality pop filter will reduce the undesirable effect of plosive with your microphone. Condenser microphones are, by the nature of their design, more susceptible to plosives than dynamic or ribbon microphones. A strong burst of air directed at the microphone capsule can collapse the diaphragm against the back plate. This action is what causes the undesired pop sound associated with the plosives. A pop filter will deflect the burst of air, preventing the popping noise. Additionally, the filter will deflect a great deal of the moisture that may come from spirited vocals. This prevents moisture from shorting out the capsule and the long term build-up of residue. What’s more, these vintage style clamp on pop filters stay with the mic as you reposition it. Not to mention the 67/87 Vintage Pop Filter looks fabulous!