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sE Electronics RF PRO Reflexion Filter PRO (Chrome)

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sE Electronics RF PRO Reflexion Filter PRO (Chrome)
Key Features
  • Portable Acoustic Treatment Device
  • Multilayer Acoustic Filter Design
  • Reduces Room Ambience
  • No Sound Coloration
The chrome sE Electronics RF PRO Reflexion Filter PRO is a portable reflection filter designed to mitigate the acoustic conditions prevalent in home studios. Traditionally, acoustical treatments have been expensive propositions, requiring extensive testing and construction on various surfaces. With the advent of project and small satellite studios, innovative techniques have surfaced to deal with the economics and practicality of treating those acoustic situations.
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Can this be used with a Rode ProCaster? With my existing boom or should I invest in a separate mic stand?
Asked by: Anonymous
The sE Electronics Reflexion Filter PRO is a rather heavy product. We recommend the use of a heavy duty stand such as the Auray RFMS-580 for stability.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does this have the current hardware mounting upgrade from the 2016 anniversary model?
Asked by: Jevon Q.
As of January of 2017, B&H received all new and upgraded models of the sE Electronics Reflexion Filter PRO - Acoustic Absorber.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

Thanks to all for the reviews. Several owners mention the weight of the unit and how it needs to be paired with a heavy/sturdy tripod to keep from toppling. Any reco's on a specific tripod that would work? B&H links the Auray RFMS-580 tripod with this filter. Anybody happen to be using that stand? Sturdy enough? Does it work? Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
Asked by: John
John if it is not too late, I would recommend a c-stand, like the ones impact make, very solid, especially with a sandbag for good measure.
Answered by: Taylor d.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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