Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ Magnetic Pop Filter with Gooseneck and Stand Clamp

Pop Filter with Magnetic Mounting, Gooseneck, and Stand Clamp
Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ Magnetic Pop Filter with Gooseneck and Stand Clamp image 1
Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ Magnetic Pop Filter with Gooseneck and Stand Clamp image 1
$39.00
Sweetwater Savings: $10.00 MSRP: $49.00
Arriving Soon
We expect more from Aspen Pittman Designs in just a few days. Reserve yours now, risk-free.

Share this with your friends:

Most popular accessories & related items...

Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ Magnetic Pop Filter with Gooseneck and Stand Clamp
Arriving Soon Notify me

A Convenient Pop Filter that Mounts Magnetically

The Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ magnetic pop filter is one of the most convenient ways to mount a pop filter for capturing clean vocals without plosive pops. Designed with a medium duty gooseneck and universal mic clip, it can be used with any studio microphone with or without a shock mount. With its great design and transparent louvered steel mesh construction, you'll be up and getting great vocal takes in no time at all.

Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ Magnetic Pop Filter Features:
  • Pop filter with convenient easy attachment
  • Transparent louvered steel mesh pop filter
  • Magnetic attachment works with any studio mic setup
  • Medium-duty gooseneck and universal mic clip included
Get your mic set up fast with the Aspen Pittman Designs PFM+ magnetic pop filter.

Additional Media

Studio Microphone Buying Guide

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number PFM+

Customer Reviews

3/5
Based on 3 reviews
Write your review
4/5

Very useful,,Very good,

A little isue when i use it (magnet)with sg2 support from Neumann it slip away.Tank you Val
Music background: Soundman
3.5/5

Works OK, could be a litle larger

Although I purchased the set with the included gooseneck, so far I've used these directly mounted on metal shock mounts. So far have use only with female singers on MiLab DC-196s and they work well. No pops or excessive sibilance. Alignment is fairly critical, even with a small side address mic like the DC-196. The magnets are strong enough to hold the filter in place on the couple of metal shock mounts I've used, but, of course they don't work on my AT4050 and C414 plastic mounts. These seem to be OK if your mic & shockmount combo happens to align correctly. If not, you need to use the gooseneck which means the filter will be farther away from the front of the mic and which makes proper alignment even more critical because of the small size of the filters.
2/5

Not as Good As I thought It would Be

The regular pop screen actually works better. Does not stay on well. Tends to fall off a lot.
See also: Popfilters, Aspen Pittman Designs, Aspen Pittman Designs Pop Filters