The G-Track Pro Pop Filter by Samson is designed specifically for use with the G-Track Pro USB Microphone to help with reducing sibilance and popping of the microphone diaphragm. The 3.75" microphone pop filter features a single-layer 3.25" stainless steel mesh screen that reduces the vocal popping sounds (p-pops) that occur during speech and singing. The pop filter mounts securely around the upper body of the G-Track Pro mic via a pair of spring steel clamp arms.
- 3.75" Microphone Pop Filter
- 3.25" Stainless Steel Mesh Screen
- Specifically for the Samson G-Track Pro
- Spring Steel Clamp Arms
Samson G-Track Pro Overview
Samson G-Track Pro Specs
|Filter Size||3.8" / 9.3 cm Diameter|
|Package Weight||0.175 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.9 x 5.1 x 2.9"|
Samson G-Track Pro Reviews
The pop filter is simple, and fits well on the G-track Pro and serves the purpose. I'm glad I purchased this item for my basic home recording set up.
Excellent durability and works great! Designed to fit the Samson G-Track Pro perfectly, and it does!
This pop filter, while small, is perfect for the G-Track Pro and actually does clean up the plosives quite a bit. It's tiny and only works in cardioid mode pickup pattern for one person, but it is effective and I highly recommend it for the G-Track Pro. It's a perfect snug fit.
A clean fit and easy to pop in
Maybe it's worth the money if you want a clean look, really integrates well.
Glad it's back in stock
title says it all, oh and it works well!
Very easy to attach and use
This pop filter fit the Samson G-Track well with only one small exception to work around. Depending on the orientation of the microphone it can be difficult to see the green/orange LED that designates if the microphone is muted or not. Not sure thought if any other Pop filter could be better than this. Maybe need to move the LED on a future design.
Great pop filter
This pop filter has been great. It slides nicely into place around the neck of my G-Track Pro and clamps tightly, though it did scuff the microphone's black finish a little bit. The cosmetic damage it causes will remain minimal if you generally leave the pop filter on, rather than taking it off and putting it back on regularly.
This pop filter works well. I like that it snaps onto the mic directly instead of having a bendable arm warped around it.
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