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    Rode Blimp Microphone Windshield Suspension System

    Order your Rode Blimp Microphone Windshield Suspension System and enjoy 0% Interest Payment Plans, Free Shipping, Free Extended Warranty and 45 Day Money Back Guarantee.
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    Product Description

    A complete windshield and shock mounting accessory, the Rode Blimp Windshield Suspension System Pop Filter is designed to accommodate the Rode NTG1, NTG2 and NTG3 shotgun microphones in addition to the NT4 stereo microphone and most third party shotgun microphones up to 12 3/4 inches (325 mm) in length.

    Rode Blimp Windshield Suspension System Pop Filter Features

    • Greatly reduces handling and wind noise
    • Accommodates most shotgun microphones up to 12 3/4 inches (325 mm) in length
    • Adjustable dual hoop suspension system
    • Dead Wombat windshield, brush, and tail cable included
    The Blimp’s main housing is based on a 10 frequency geodesic dome, with a triangular cross-section that allows the part to be injection-molded in one piece. This geometry creates a high open-area ratio that greatly improves the acoustic transparency over existing solutions, yet an unparalleled level of robustness and physical protection for the microphone. The end-domes can be easily removed by twisting off, allowing easy access to the microphone. An oversize thread allows easy and intuitive re-attachment of the domes, avoiding clip systems that are difficult to use and vulnerable to breaking.

    A high quality Dead Wombat synthetic fur cover and brush is supplied for additional wind protection in extreme environments.

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    Phone:  562-364-7400 Warranty:  10 Years! Lifetime Warranty on M1 Model!
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    I got this because I have been doing a lot of sound effect recordings the past few years and wind is always an issue when outside. I've paired it with a stereo shotgun mic and run tests in a variety of wind situations and it has performed beautifully. There is a bit of high end detail lost when using the dead wombat, but that is physics, not any fault in the product design.
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