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König & Meyer 23956 Popkiller
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Publié le 03/24/08 à 08:28
Value For Money : Excellent
Popkiller diameter: 130mm
Designed with two black fabric stretched in a round black plastic support
Flexible rod length: 330mm
Flexible rod diameter: 8mm
Weight: 0.18 kg
Tube mounting 10 to 23mm
Bought from thomann less than 20 €

OVERALL OPINION

I have never used other popkillers except a personal with foam stretched thin with Elastics :-) and also as a previous opinion and sticking with wire! In any case, the K & M works fine for the price. It is very effective and I used it successfully before Oktava mk-012. Once the rod bent like to be near good position. It attaches with a screw that has a plastic buffer at the end, and just press on the microphone stand and it holds well. I am very satisfied considering the price! Must say against that if you want to remove the microphone Popkiller'll have to fix it on a different footing because with a 330mm stem that is bent it's short!
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