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Sontronics ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter

Code: 32655    Manufacturer Part No: 5060173280130   
Sontronics ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter

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ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter description:

The Sontronics ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter is an adjustable pop filter, and is an essential piece of equipment for anyone recording speech or vocals.

The Sontronics ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter features a dual-layer nylon mesh that significantly reduces the ‘popping’ noises associated with plosive consonants, such as ‘p’ and ‘b’. Similarly, the harshness caused by sibilant sounds – ‘s’, ‘z’, ‘sh’, ‘ch’ – is also dramatically reduced, helping you capture the best possible recording from the very beginning.

The flexible arm allows simple and accurate positioning when clamped to any microphone stand. Maintenance is easy too: just unscrew the clamp at the bottom of the ring and remove the cartridge. This can be cleaned in warm, soapy water and left to dry naturally. A replacement nylon cartridge is also included, so that your Sontronics pop filter is always there when you need it.

The Sontronics ST-POP Vocal Pop Filter Main Features Include:

  • Adjustable pop filter
  • For anyone recording speech or vocals
  • Dual-layer nylon mesh
  • Flexible arm
  • Easy maintenance - cleaned in warm, soapy water and left to dry naturally
  • Replacement nylon cartridge is also included

MPN: 5060173280130

Manufacturer: Sontronics

This page first created on: 01/05/2009

Customer Reviews


It is good value for this money. Good for beginning your recording . Honestly recommended if you want to get good quality of their vocal accomplishments. Product is remarkable truth.

This customer purchased the product in February 2014