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Auray PFSS-55 Pop Filter with Gooseneck with Spring-Loaded Desktop Clamp

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Auray PFSS-55 Pop Filter with Gooseneck with Spring-Loaded Desktop Clamp
Key Features
  • 5.5˝ Double-Layered Nylon
  • 13.5˝ Gooseneck
  • Prevents Vocal Pops
  • Protects Mic from Corrosive Moisture
The Auray PFSS-55 Pop Filter with Gooseneck with Springloaded Desktop Clamp features double-layered nylon to greatly reduce noise from aspirated plosives like p and b sounds. The PFSS-55's double-layered nylon filter gently disperses the explosive rush of air from speaking and breathing, while protecting your microphone from corrosive moisture.
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Will this help with sibilance? The hissing sound ...

Will this help with sibilance? The hissing sound emitted from the letter s?
Asked by: Alyssa
No. The PFSS-55 pop filter reduces noise created by plosives that occur with P, B, and T sounds.You can try adjusting the EQ to help reduce high-pitched hisses from S sounds.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2020-10-28

Does the gooseneck unscrew from the included ...

Does the gooseneck unscrew from the included clamp. If so, what kind of threading is on the end of the gooseneck? Thanks in advance for your time!
Asked by: Peter
Yes, the gooseneck can be separated from the clamp. The manufacturer has not provided a spec for the thread size of the gooseneck since it was not intended to be used without the clamp.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2020-11-03

How strong is the clamp? Does it slip down the ...

How strong is the clamp? Does it slip down the mic stand? Loosen over time?
Asked by: Al
I don’t move it much once I found the best placement I don’t move it because I am the only one who uses it for my pod cast. For the price it’s worked well
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2021-02-14

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Are these filters an advantage for speech also, or mainly singing? I never see them at speeches - only studios. Although, sometimes there is a foam filter over the mic..
Asked by: Nesanel
This gooseneck filter is invaluable for speaking AND singing. Plosively popping Ps are particularly problemeatic without this piece in place. (Say that out loud and you'll see what I mean.) The foam and fur covers are for moving air surrounding the mic -- the wind outside or drafty interiors. I'm generalizing here, and sometime to super-isolate the mic I'll use both, with the addition of a foam backscreen or gobo. You lose a tiny bit of high end sometimes but there's no substitute for keeping air from blasting into the mic and ruining the sound.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2018-12-22
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