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Yorkville Sound Foam Windsock in Black

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IWS-1BK

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Black (1BK)
Blue (1BL)
Gray (1G)
Red (1R)

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Closest StoreVancouver, British Columbia
I decided to buy this here because you're pretty much paying $8 in shipping if you order foam pop filters/windsocks like this online. Works as you expect it to. I put this on my Blue Yeti USB Microphone, it covers the whole grill-area but you need to do a LOT of stretching. Overall very good purchase for what its worth.
Posted by Harrison on Dec 2, 2019
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Closest StoreToronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
It is clearly designed for a ball-style microphone like a Shure SM58 or similar, but being the only option available at the store, I picked up a couple to try on some other mics. Well, it does fit nicely on my big RE-20 dynamic microphone, although it goes on very snug. It didn't tear thankfully, like cheaper ones do, and the way the base of the foam is cut doesn't look cheap. It helps to reduce plosives, not completely, but I prefer this over a wind-screen. I also got it to work on a CAD M179, and again it fits nicely, but it wasn't probably designed for mics like that. The M179 still requires a pop filter, as it is very sensitive to plosives, but it helps --- at the very least, it acts as a bumper that protects the microphone from bumps. It would of been nice to have a 3 or 5 pack option, instead of just single packs. Things get costly if you want to get more than just a couple.
Posted by Steve on Oct 11, 2016
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