The foam or fur cover of a microphone is called a windscreen. A windscreen protects the microphone diaphragm from gusts of air. Without a windscreen, wind or breathing can cause loud pops in the audio signal. Windscreens break up gusts of air before they interact with the microphone diaphragm. A microphone grille (or “grill”) is the protective mesh-like layer around a microphone's capsule. Grilles provide varying degrees of protection from physical trauma, plosive gusts of air, and moisture while still allowing sound to enter the mic capsule effectively. Buy at Microphone Windscreens & Grilles.

Microphone Windscreens & Grilles

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