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CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter

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Keep your mics dry and your speakers safe!

Your microphone is begging you for the CAD EPF-15A 6-Inch Flexible Pop Filter. Would you take your brand new microphone into the shower with you? Didn't think so! But every time your singer starts belting out the chorus, they're bathing that mic in a spray of moisture. What's more, when they sing a word that starts with "p" or "b," the VU meters go ballistic! Here's the solution‚ÄĚthe CAD Pop Filter. The washable nylon mesh screen gently breaks up that explosive rush of air while allowing high frequencies through and keeping moisture out. The flexible gooseneck holder and swivel mount make it easy to put the Pop Filter exactly where you need it!

FEATURES
  • Stops plosives
  • Protects your mic
  • Flexible gooseneck holder
  • Swivel mount for easy positioning

Protect your investment! Order the Pop Filter today!

SPECIFICATIONS
  • 6" diameter circular pop filter; flexible gooseneck holder; universal mic stand clamp.
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CADEPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter
 
3.6

(based on 25 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good quality (3)
  • Improves sound (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Serves me quite well

Had mine for a few years now, works great. I like the removable mesh filter since it allows you to alternate materials and experiment. Yes, the inner ring can slip out but it's...Read complete review

Had mine for a few years now, works great. I like the removable mesh filter since it allows you to alternate materials and experiment. Yes, the inner ring can slip out but it's not prone nor does it just jump free out of nowhere. I don't notice any difference in frequency response in the tests I've done, just a cleaner response and no dulling of my voice.I had oiginally used mine mainly for miking my guitar amp to kill transient noise, works great. The knob for locking it onto your boom needs a good amount of muscle when locking it into position and this relates to my only criticism. It drives a bolt directly against the metal shaft of the boom. No plate with rubber padding between the bolt and boom shaft for protection and better gripping so I simply made my own. A piece of rectangular clear plastic cut from a CD spindle cover and some rubber used for feet on appliances.Beyond that, it's just as good as any you see running 4 times the cost. Possibly better since you can insert different screen materials. Just be aware that if someone unfamiliar with it is fussing with the ring, they may pop it free and frown upon your gear lol.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Heavy. floppy. filter falls out

This pop filter will indeed keep plosives out, as it is double-ply thick, and of a material like support hose (stockings).

The downsides, however, negate its technical functionality. The...Read complete review

This pop filter will indeed keep plosives out, as it is double-ply thick, and of a material like support hose (stockings).

The downsides, however, negate its technical functionality. The filter assembly is quite heavy and the flexible bendy arm that is supposed to permit you to place it where you need it will, in almost every case, have difficulty supporting the weight of the ring and filter. The result is that it will lazily droop from where you want it and require you to continually spend time trying to pre-stress the arm to have the filter higher than you want the filter to be so that it then relaxes into the correct position. It's fairly maddening, like having shoelaces that come untied every 5 minutes.

Less of an issue is that the screen's inner ring will pop out, and the filter can also come partly off (mine has). As bad as this is, the difficulty of continually putting the filter where it needs to be is worse.

I'm back to buy another model. I'd have to think the thin metal ones might do the job for about the same price and will not be subject to this fault.

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Heavy. floppy. filter falls out

By Tony Lovell

from Boston

About Me Novice

See all my reviews

Pros

  • Improves Sound

Cons

  • Difficult To Position
  • Poor Quality

Best Uses

  • Recording

Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

This pop filter will indeed keep plosives out, as it is double-ply thick, and of a material like support hose (stockings).

The downsides, however, negate its technical functionality. The filter assembly is quite heavy and the flexible bendy arm that is supposed to permit you to place it where you need it will, in almost every case, have difficulty supporting the weight of the ring and filter. The result is that it will lazily droop from where you want it and require you to continually spend time trying to pre-stress the arm to have the filter higher than you want the filter to be so that it then relaxes into the correct position. It's fairly maddening, like having shoelaces that come untied every 5 minutes.

Less of an issue is that the screen's inner ring will pop out, and the filter can also come partly off (mine has). As bad as this is, the difficulty of continually putting the filter where it needs to be is worse.

I'm back to buy another model. I'd have to think the thin metal ones might do the job for about the same price and will not be subject to this fault.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

yup it clears the pops

By chris arrieta

from grundy center IA

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Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

the only thing that could make it better is if they were buy one get on free
the flexibility of the neck is very nice... but whats even nicer is that it stay where you put it...
It keeps my condenser mic dry... it takes away that annoying pop that a few buddies seem to enjoy making when they really get into it lol...
its cheap.... it does what its supposed to... why pay more? unless you really have the money to spare id say go with this... I haven't had it ong but it i have to replace it in a year or two... oh well its a low price, i won't cry about

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Serves me quite well

By DEATH-gaccV

from CLEVELAND

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Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

Had mine for a few years now, works great. I like the removable mesh filter since it allows you to alternate materials and experiment. Yes, the inner ring can slip out but it's not prone nor does it just jump free out of nowhere. I don't notice any difference in frequency response in the tests I've done, just a cleaner response and no dulling of my voice.I had oiginally used mine mainly for miking my guitar amp to kill transient noise, works great. The knob for locking it onto your boom needs a good amount of muscle when locking it into position and this relates to my only criticism. It drives a bolt directly against the metal shaft of the boom. No plate with rubber padding between the bolt and boom shaft for protection and better gripping so I simply made my own. A piece of rectangular clear plastic cut from a CD spindle cover and some rubber used for feet on appliances.Beyond that, it's just as good as any you see running 4 times the cost. Possibly better since you can insert different screen materials. Just be aware that if someone unfamiliar with it is fussing with the ring, they may pop it free and frown upon your gear lol.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Pop Filter

By Will-fQvAi

from Northern Va

Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

Pop filter works well, however the goosneck is very, very weak, and can't hold the filter up. I'd recommend against buying this pop-filter.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Falls apart after a while.

By Young Ace

from Raymondville, TX

Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

I purchased this pop filter in May, and was excited about this items price. I was aware of the weak gooseneck and took another person's advice by putting a wire hanger through the neck. It made it a little bit sturdier with 2 wires through it. Having it in a studio I never moved it. But after moving it from room to room the cloth filter material came out of the rack! Yet it is fixable with a little bit of super glue, but having the trouble was enough to make me buy another one. In my opinion its good, if you dont touch it at all! Spend $10 more and get the Raxxess Pop Filter Kit. Its much better for a good price.

 
3.0

Perfect for my needs

By HomeStudioNewbie

from USA

About Me Novice

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Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Compact
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Home Studio

    Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

    I haven't been able to test it out yet. I'm still waiting on my mic, but I wanted to get a review out there before I forget to.

     
    5.0

    POP FILTER

    By Jorja

    from New England

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Improves Sound

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

        Very pleased with the quality and flexibility and ease to attach it to my microphone.

         
        5.0

        Great Price and FAST service!

        By Mickey Vee

        from Chicago

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Functional
        • Good Quality

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            I voice over for eLearning modules. Great for Popping "P"s!!!

             
            4.0

            Decent pop filter

            By Josh389

            from Newington, CT

            About Me Experienced

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            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Good Quality
            • Improves Sound
            • Stops Plosives

            Cons

            • Difficult To Use

            Best Uses

            • Ameteur Recording

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            This pop filter stops plosives and improves the sound quality excellently, but the only problem is...it does not stay where you put it! Everything but the gooseneck is amazing. Sure, you can minipulate it so it stays, but you'll be there a while. But this pop filter works amazingly in the sound area and an added plus is that if the nylon rips, then you can put new nylon on extremely easily.

             
            5.0

            Great pop filter for the money

            By Timmy Turtle

            from Shenandoah, VA

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            I don't know why they wouldn't mention this in the ad, but this is a double sided pop filter. I haven't seen any this good at this price. Got mine free with a microphone also, the Rode NT1A. I've got another pop filter I payed twenty bucks for & I'm using it junction with this one to create a three stage filter. Can't say much for the build or it's durability as I just got mine today, but so far the gooseneck has been pretty flexible and stays in place well. If you're having trouble positioning in front of an upright mic, hang the mic upside down from the shockmount and bring the pop filter under and up. Overall at this price I'd say buy it, it is afterall a two stage filter;^]

             
            4.0

            Consumer Satisfaction

            By winterchylde

            from Naples, FL

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            This is my first pop filter, which I use in my home studio. I find that it works well, and the flexibility is wonderful. The clamp, which holds this item to the microphone stand, could be designed better. Other than that, I am another satisfied owner.

             
            5.0

            this works well for me

            By wofungla

            from Lititz, PA

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            The clamp on this filter holds the weight of the unit, unlike the clamp on another filter I bought previously. The gooseneck is long enough to get the filter in front of my condenser when it's in a shock mount.

             
            5.0

            Very Nice

            By Nick-4nEDT

            from Cleveland

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            This Pop filter is very nice and the long goose neck gives the user the flexibility to move it in many ways, one complaint is that the plastic that holds the mesh had a tendancy to slip out of place, Overall very good!!!

             
            5.0

            cad pop filter

            By Tweeker

            from Vicinity of Houston,Texas

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            I don't understand why this pop filter has a low average review score. I have tried several and find that, for the price, the CAD is more flexible, positions easier, and is simple to use.

             
            4.0

            How to Make This Thing Work

            By Bob-8lQ_H

            from Menasha, WI

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            Got this free with a mic. As others have said the gooseneck isn't too strong and the filter won't hold position. What you do is unscrew the filter from the shaft, then take metal coathanger, insert it into the gooseneck, cut to length, and then screw the filter back on. Works perfect then. Nice little filter.

            (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            super glue anyone?

            By travdor

            from Fredericton, NB

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            ya so the actual filter broke off the day i got it...not exactly strong...filter is nice though

             
            2.0

            Has to be hung.

            By Brett-kKcTd

            from Holstein, IA

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            These neck on the filter isn't strong enough to hold the filters weight. The filter isn't heavy, the neck is just weak. To make it work, I either loop it overtop of the microphone from behind, or mount the filter another boom stand, and forget the neck. For a budget user, this does work, but make sure you've got another stand for the filter.

             
            3.0

            enough for Hobbyist

            By Deluxepaint

            from Marina del rey, CA

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            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            No this is not a good quality pop filter , Not for professionals, But I am an Hobbyist and I get it free with a MXL microphone and I am happy with it,Elastic part is not good quality but atleast it can hold the pop filter. If you do your adjustment and don't touch the pop filter a lot, it's stands there and working very good, But if you are a person that hate average quality, you are not going to like it.

             
            4.0

            I rather like it.

            By Anonymous

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            I was surprised with the two layers of material on the filter.

             
            1.0

            Horrible

            By simpleman-yzyFO

            from CT

            Comments about CAD EPF-15A 6" Flexible Pop Filter:

            The neck doesnt hold the weight of the pop filter at all. I placed this in position and it just keeps on bending down. What a waste of money, I should have paid 25 dollars and got the better quality one.

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