Aston Shield GN Pop Filter and ...

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Aston Shield GN Pop Filter and Gooseneck

Manufacturer's ID: AST-SHIELDGN

The Aston Shield GN pop filter has been engineered to give you a perfect fit on any mic stand in seconds and has one of the best quality goose-necks you’ll ever see… no more limp or hanging pop shields, no more fiddly thumb screws… The Aston Shield has a big, sturdy, crocodile clip to mount quickly and easily onto mic stands of any shape or size, and has an exceptionally well-engineered goose-neck support with matte-black rubberised finish, which stays exactly where you put it. You’ll LOVE using this product.

Specification

The pop filter itself features a unique, solid stainless steel shield, with precisely acid etched hexagonal filter holes, to give crystal clear vocals, with perfect acoustic performance for plosive (pop) control. It also presents a large surface area and curves around the mic, so vocalist movement is never an issue.

The Aston Shield is also available separately as an add-on version, adapted specifically to fit to the Aston Swift shock mount (Aston Shield SM).
Perfecting your vocal tracking, and giving a real touch of class to your mic set up, the Aston Shield is a must have accessory for every studio.

•Ultimate pop reduction
•Solid stainless steel pop shield with ‘Hextech’ filter holes
•Ultra-fast mounting system
•Mounts to any stand
•Deluxe gooseneck
•Hygienic washable filter
•Large surface area

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Customer reviews

Overall Rating 4 (1 reviews)

Works efficiently, though is a bit more expensive than most pop shields on the market. The neck however could be longer as it struggles to reach past longer microphones.

Jolon Y. - 18/11/2019