This antipop doing its job, and dj is not bad. It is therefore mtal, and the two cents of the grid have not done the same sound. In my opinion it is not expr, but they at least MRIT to report clearly.
The filter is very practical move. It is relatively strong, and a backpack it does not take more space than a notebook. It is also sold with a kind of big for the cover being protected during transport. Another advantage is that it is washable. The flexible support is not as practical as I would have liked, it is a bit too soft, but more than enough to wedge the filter at the microphone. Moreover, it is possible to easily disassemble the filter to remove the flexible support, particularly to secure the suspension of a microphone, when this team is a home for prvue (even a little tinkering). At that time, there is more trouble positioning.
I use it for over a month with an AT4040, vote taken on empty. It is a good size and we forget compltement when singing. It suits me well trs, knowing that I am in no position to make a comparison with other antipope, as I have not tried.
In the end, it is given as an accessory and not too expensive plutt robust, which will probably long his job, I think it's a product that's worth. And I think it's a great gift ide too onreux for a friend who in computer music beginners, knowing that many beginners do not have anti-pop, while c is essential even when! I know I do.
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JoneSmice's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
This is an anti-pop, but metal, filtering less treble and a more ar entrainnant the classic nylons.
30 cm flexible (too flexible for that matter)
I have been using 4 or 5 months I think.
- The look (due to the purchase), I find a significant, if a guy can put in front in coinfiance has will be more profitable for the sound
- Comparison with conventional anti-pop (K & M) that do not rely
- The cots that have a slightly differ (but not rvolutionnaire walk)
The stuff that I blame him:
- The screw to secure the foot is covered with plastic (like my K & M) so that by squeezing, it leaves a tarc on the feet (the width of the screw). Nothing serious but I'm picky.
- A bit too flexible (to spend more than 2 seconds to place my anti-pop fills me, need to go fast)