sE Electronics guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter

sE Electronics guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter

sE Electronics guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter

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Product Highlights

  • 4-Layer Acoustic Filter
  • Isolate Guitar, Bass, Keyboard Amp Mics
  • Dual Mic Mounts
  • Small Diaphragm & LDC/Ribbon Mounting
  • Adjustable Filter & Mic Assembly
  • Mic Stand Mountable
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Allowing you to double mic your guitar, bass, or keyboard amplifier while isolating it from room and stage reflections, the guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter from sE Electronics is composed of a 4-layer acoustic filter with a pass-through hole with rubber-finned grips for a small diaphragm dynamic or acoustic mic, in addition to an adjustable mount for a large diaphragm condenser or ribbon mic. The entire assembly can be adjusted, as well as mounted onto a mic stand for more freedom in placement. In addition to amplifier miking, the guitaRF filter can be used in a variety of acoustic and drum miking applications.

The Hardware
The LDC/ribbon mounting hardware is adjustable across three axes: vertical, depth, and lateral, so you can find the optimal spot for any mic, whether in a shockmount or just on a clip. This allows you to position both capsules perfectly in phase - or to spread them apart to capture the sounds of both the edge of the cone and the dust cap.
The entire filter and mic assembly can also be moved up and down to position it precisely over the speaker cone, or, if needed, the filter can be removed from its base and mounted on any mic stand for complete flexibility
The Filter
The guitaRF has a four-layer acoustic filter design comprised of the outer composite panel, a layer of acoustic-grade wool, an air gap to help with low-frequency isolation, and an inner acoustic foam layer.
The guitaRF also has an integrated pass-through hole with a rubber-finned grip that securely holds many popular dynamic or small-capsule mic on the market. A double-cable clip is also provided that attaches to the back of the filter, so you don't need to worry about dangling mic cables that could accidentally tug your mics out of position
UPC: 819032011010
In the Box
sE Electronics guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter
  • Double Cable Clip
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty, Extends to 3 Years with Registration
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    sE Electronics SEE-GUITARF specs

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    Package Weight 5.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.4 x 11.0 x 4.9"

    sE Electronics SEE-GUITARF reviews

    guitaRF Guitar Amplifier Reflection Filter is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Handy desktop mic filter I am using this device as a deck top Mic stand and sound filter.� It's small enough to use on the desktop and still have room to view the computer monitor for sound recording and on-line meeting apps. like Zoom and Skype.� The mic adapter/holder that is built into the back wall of the filter allows a mic to be located deep within the curved walls of the filter.� It's not advertised for desktop use but should be.
    Date published: 2018-01-19
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good but... The concept of this thing is really pretty great - being able to isolate live your amp sound is good. The plastic construction gives me pause, though. I swear I heard a crack the first time I positioned it in front of my amp, sliding the bracket under the amp. Time will tell - for the money, I wish it was better made.
    Date published: 2018-06-14
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