Auray WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for Zoom H2n

BH #AUWRFH2N • MFR #WRF-H2N
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Auray WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for Zoom H2n
Key Features
  • High-Quality Acoustic Foam
  • Reduces Vocal Plosives
  • Reduces Wind Noise up to 8 dB
  • Protects Mics from Moisture and Dirt
The WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for the Zoom H2n is made from specialty acoustic foam designed to reduce broadband wind noise with minimal high frequency loss. The density of the foam is optimized to help protect the microphone elements from wind pressure without dramatically muffling the sound.
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Auray WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for Zoom H2n

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Auray WRF-H2N Overview

The WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for the Zoom H2n is made from specialty acoustic foam designed to reduce broadband wind noise with minimal high frequency loss. The density of the foam is optimized to help protect the microphone elements from wind pressure without dramatically muffling the sound.

This windscreen is most effective in calm to light breeze conditions (0-7 mph), and can be used indoors for protection against drafts caused by air-conditioners. It also reduces vocal plosives in close microphone placement situations. Users can generally expect a 4 to 8 dB reduction in wind noise, with very slight dampening of high frequencies. For most applications, the very slight high frequency dampening is a worthwhile exchange for the notable wind noise reduction.

The WRF-H2N's foam is hypoallergenic and washable and helps prevent moisture and dirt from damaging your microphone. The windscreen is designed to fit over the microphones of the Zoom H2n handheld recorder.

The WRF-H2N Foam Windscreen for Zoom H2n is an effective solution for basic wind protection.

Compatibility

Zoom H2n
UPC: 847628562561

Auray WRF-H2N Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.45 x 5 x 2.85"
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