Auray WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones (3 Pack)

Auray WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones (3 Pack)

Auray WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones (3 Pack)

B&H # AUWLF0383 MFR # WLF-038-3
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Expected availability: End of Dec 2018

Product Highlights

  • High-Quality Acoustic Foam
  • Reduces Vocal Plosives
  • Reduces Wind Noise
  • Protects Mic from Moisture and Dirt
  • For Microphones 3/8" in Diameter
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Auray WLF-038-3 overview

  • 1Description

The Auray WLF Series Foam Windscreens are designed to reduce unwanted vocal pops and broadband wind noise with minimal high frequency loss.

This WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreen is designed for use with headset, podium and lavalier mics with a 3/8" diameter. The density of the specialty acoustic foam is optimized to help protect the microphone element from air bursts without muffling the sound.

Whether used on headset, podium or lavalier microphones, these windscreens are effective in minimizing wind noise and plosive sounds. They are most effective in calm to light breeze conditions (0-7mph), and can be used indoors for protection against drafts caused by air-conditioners. Users can generally expect a notable reduction in wind noise, with very slight dampening of high frequencies. For most applications, this is a worthwhile exchange.

The WLF-038-3's foam is hypoallergenic and helps prevent moisture and dirt from damaging your microphone. The windscreens are designed to fit microphones from AKG, Audio-Technica, Audix, Beyerdynamic, Electro-Voice, Sennheiser, Sony, Shure and others.

The WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones are an effective solution for basic wind protection.

Fits these and other similar sized microphones:
Sony ECM44, ECM55, ECM66, ECM166
Sennheiser MKE40, MKE60
Shure EZG, EZO, MX183, MX184, MX185, MX412, SM83, SM84, SM98, SM99, 839W
Electro-Voice CH230, Co90, Co94, Co100, CP212, CP281, CS200, RE98
Beyerdynamic MCE10, MCE52, SHM22, SHM88
Audix ADX20, ADX112, ADX118
Audio Technica AT803B, AT853, AT855, AT857, AT859, ATM35
AKG C567, CK970
UPC: 847628562912
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Auray WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones (3 Pack)
  • 3 x Foam Windscreens
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    Auray WLF-038-3 specs

    Diameter 3/8"
    Construction Foam
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.02 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.95 x 3.1 x 0.8"

    Auray WLF-038-3 reviews

    WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8" Diameter Microphones (3 Pack) is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job. Obscenely large. I needed a replacement for a lav windscreen that was lost on location. Unfortunately, limited options are available for this size. This product certainly does the job, but it is anything but discreet. It appears to be nearly an inch in diameter and covers the entire mic. This fulfills my need, but I would much rather have something with a slimmer profile, similar to the original.
    Date published: 2016-12-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use this windscreen on my Giant Squid lavaliers The Giant Squid lavalier microphones are very good inexpensive mics. However, a big however, they come with one teenie tiny windscreen that easily falls off. The very first time I used a GS outdoors, my talent lost the screen in the grass and I ran all over town looking for a replacement to no avail. Incredibly, Giant Squid does not have replacements. But they did recommend Amazon's Tetra-Teknica MNWSDP Mini-size Lapel Microphone Windscreen. So now I have a dozen of them in the drawer that do NOT fit the GS because the hole is too small and is not stretchable. The WLF-038-3 Foam Windscreens for 3/8 Diameter Microphones (3 Pack) from B&H to the rescue!! They actually fit the GS mic, but are considerably longer than they need to be; and are easily trimmed with a scissors. They are sorta thickish windscreens and might not be able to always be used underneath clothing without being seen. However, I haven't found that to be a problem yet. I bought a 3 Pack to test them and will definitely be buying more.
    Date published: 2016-08-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Big bulb I use this with my lav mic for interviews. They have a big outer diameter so plan and place accordingly. Making them less obvious on camera then trim them down a bit, but they sure do block the wind as designed.
    Date published: 2013-10-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quite Thick and had to be trimmed I use these for lapel mics that clip to someones shirt. They were a little long for the microphones I have, but trimming them down was no problem. They are quite thick and fit snugly on 3/8 mics.
    Date published: 2010-09-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A decent cheap alternative These windscreens work and are a great alternative to the $10 ME4 sennheisser windscreen but they are a bit bulky, I trimmed them down and they work all right. Nice to have in the spare parts kit.
    Date published: 2011-08-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Windscreen I use these as replacements for an HME DX210 wireless com system. Tight and secure fit over the boom mic, and good quality foam.
    Date published: 2014-01-29
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bigger than I thought They are too long to be used on lav mics with traditional clips. I cut them in half , so they look a little strange.
    Date published: 2012-08-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is what it is... These little buggers do the trick. Needed a larger windscreen for my lav and these worked just fine.
    Date published: 2011-04-28
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