A windscreen is a device placed in front of a mic which help prevent popping noises in the recording due to “p” sounds and other strong consonants. There are many types of windscreens on the market, and this is a different design than the conventional pop filter.
This review is on the Sywon Double Layer Microphone Windscreen. This windscreen came packed in a little box in good condition. There is really no assembly required to get started using this windscreen. All I had to do was stretch the elastic over my condenser mic and slide it into place. It wasn’t like the pop filter I’ve used previously, where it had to be tightened with a screw to be installed.
I really like the small form factor this windscreen has, and the build quality is not bad too. The frame is made of a hard plastic, with it’s windscreen being metal. I would’ve liked to see an all metal design which would have made it more durable, but for the price I can’t really complain.
Once the windscreen is put into place, it won’t move, unlike previous ones I have used where the windscreen is mounted with a flexible arm which would always droop.
I received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest review, and these are my unbiased thoughts on the product.
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