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This windscreen is suited for, among others, the Sennheiser G2 and G3 microphone series. It prevents wind from blowing past your microphone, so your vocals won't be affected.
In order to protect your Sennheiser ME 66 shotgun microphone capsule against wind and popping noises, Sennheiser have developed this MZW 66 windshield. The special foam ensures that unwanted ambient noises are drastically lessened and the sound signal itself is hardly altered.
The MZW 441-A is a windshield for the Sennheiser MD 441-U. The windshield is made of a special type of foam and attenuates unwanted popping and wind noises.
The Sennheiser MZW 64 is a windscreen for your ME 64 or ME 62 microphone. The windscreen is made of foam and reduces all unwanted breathing and wind noises without corrupting the sound signal itself.
The Sennheiser MZW 64 PRO is a windscreen for the Sennheiser ME 64 and ME 62 microphones. Velvet as well as foam have been used to create this windshield. This combination ensures that noises, of the wind for instance, are effectively countered. Designed for outdoor applications.
The Sennheiser MZW 421-A is a foam windshield for the MD 421 II. It also fits the Sennheiser MD 21 and BF 521, however. The special foam ensures that unwanted ambient noises are drastically reduced and the sound signal itself is hardly altered.
When you are recording out of doors, the wind can really mess with the quality of your recording. In order to eliminate these ambient noises, Sennheiser have developed the MZW Pro series. The Sennheiser MZW 67 Pro is a tailor-made windshield for the ME 67 shotgun microphone capsule.
The Sennheiser ME 65 is a shotgun microphone capsule for the modular K6 system. In order to suppress popping and wind noises, Sennheiser have developed this MZW 65 Pro windshield. This professional windshield is made of foam and velour.
The Sennheiser MKW 4 is a windshield for you Sennheiser MK 4 condenser microphone. The windshield perfectly fits over the MK 4 and reduces unwanted popping and wind noises. It also helps to protect the microphone itself from moisture, like saliva, during vocal sessions.