Auray Professional Windshield for Shotgun Microphones (4.7")

BH #AUWSS2012 • MFR #WSS-2012
Auray
Auray Professional Windshield for Shotgun Microphones (4.7")
Key Features
  • Open Cell Foam Matrix Technology
  • For Audio Technica, Sennheiser, Sony Mic
  • 0.9" Simulated Rabbit Fur Covering
  • Reduces Wind Noise up to 40 dB
The Auray WSS Series Professional Windshields deliver superior 360° wind protection with acoustic transparency. They are engineered for dramatic reduction of unwanted broadband wind noise and vocal pops with very little high frequency loss, for exceptionally accurate recordings.
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Auray WSS-2012 Overview

The Auray WSS Series Professional Windshields deliver superior 360° wind protection with acoustic transparency. They are engineered for dramatic reduction of unwanted broadband wind noise and vocal pops with very little high frequency loss, for exceptionally accurate recordings.

This WSS-2012 Professional Windshield has an inside depth of 12cm and is designed for use with many shotgun microphones. It features a specially manufactured open-cell foam matrix surrounded by a layer of 25mm thick simulated rabbit fur. This diffusion technology lowers wind velocity in a controlled air space around the microphone, thereby reducing wind noise without muffling the sound. It also features an airtight tapered rubber base that seals out wind from the rear of the microphone, greatly improving isolation and rear wind protection.

When used on a shotgun microphone, this slip-on windshield is effective in minimizing wind noise and plosive sounds. It is most effective in light breeze to strong breeze conditions (4 to 25 mph) and users can generally expect a 24 to 40 dB reduction in wind noise with negligible dampening of high frequencies.

In addition to superior 360° wind protection, the WSS-2012 helps prevent moisture and dirt from damaging your microphone. The windscreen is designed to fit microphones from Audio Technica, Sennheiser, Sony and others.

The WSS-2012 Professional Windshield for Shotgun Microphones is an advanced solution for outstanding wind protection with acoustic transparency. It fits microphones ranging from 0.75 to 0.9 inches in diameter.

Compatibility

Audio-Technica BP4073, AT875R, AT 877, MC-230
Azden SGM-PD2
Ikegami HL DNS-201W, HL DV-7W, HLV 9, 55, 77, MC-10, 11, 230
Panasonic AJ HDC 27, AJ HDX 900, AJ MC 700P, 900P, AJD-700, 800, 910, DV 200, DVC200
Schoeps CMIT 5U
Shure VP82
Sennheiser MKH-8060, MKE-600
Sony ECM 673, 674, ECM NV1 (Camera Mic for BVP-550, 570, 950, DSR 130P, 200, 250, 300, PD150, 170, HVR A1U, V1, UVW-100)
Zoom SGH-6 (Capsule for H6)
UPC: 847628552708

Auray WSS-2012 Specs

Physical
Compatible Mic Diameter0.75 to 0.9" / 19 to 23 mm
Inner Depth4.7" / 12 cm
MaterialFaux Fur
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.28 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.65 x 4.15 x 3.2"
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Can anyone tell me the external length of Auray WSS-2012? Thanks
Asked by: Alejandro
Auray WSS-2012 Specs Compatible Mic Diameter 0.75 to 0.9" / 19 to 23 mm Inner Depth 4.7" / 12 cm Overall length: 6" Fits these and other similar sized microphones: Audio-Technica BP4073, AT875R, AT 877, MC-230 Azden SGM-PD2 Ikegami HL DNS-201W, HL DV-7W, HLV 9, 55, 77, MC-10, 11, 230 Panasonic AJ HDC 27, AJ HDX 900, AJ MC 700P, 900P, AJD-700, 800, 910, DV 200, DVC200 Schoeps CMIT 5U Shure VP82 Sennheiser MKH-8060, MKE-600 Sony ECM 673, 674, ECM NV1 (Camera Mic for BVP-550, 570, 950, DSR 130P, 200, 250, 300, PD150, 170, HVR A1U, V1, UVW-100) Zoom SGH-6 (Capsule for H6)
Answered by: james
Date published: 2021-03-09

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If I'm going to be mounting the AT875R on the camera, not holding it, is there any advantage to using foam cover as apposed to just one of these, or would this do for everything?
Asked by: Phillip
I agree with everyone. I always use the windshield when I am outside to prevent wind noise. Indoors is optional, but like Erika said, it's better to overdo it than have the chance for bad audio.
Answered by: Josh F.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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