Shure Ps-6

Shure Ps-6

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Ps-6, Filtre anti-pop de la marque Shure.

3 avis d'utilisateurs
Neuf à partir de 43 € Prix moyen : 44 €

Fiche technique Shure Ps-6

  • Fabricant : Shure
  • Modèle : Ps-6
  • Catégorie : Filtres anti-pop
  • Fiche créée le : 21/02/2005

Filtre anti pop “Popper Stopper” sur flexible métal avec fixation.

Source : Shure

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Avis utilisateurs Shure Ps-6

Note moyenne :4.0( 4/5 sur 3 avis )
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Captain Danny26/12/2014

L'avis de Captain Danny"L'outil nécessaire qui fait suer."

Shure Ps-6
Acheté pour des prises de chant et de voix en home studio, je l'utilise depuis que j'ai commencé à faire des prises de chant et de voix, soit deux ou trois ans.

Je n'ai rien essayé d'autre, c'est simplissime, c'est un pop filter quoi, un collant tendu dans un cerclage ferait le même taf...

Du coup, je le trouve un peu cher pour ce que c'est mais pour sa défense, le bras amovible ne montre aucun signe de fatigue, tout comme l'ingénieux système permettant de le visser à un pied de micro, je n'ai même pas eu besoin de retendre le tissus après trois ans d'utilisation.
Mais quand même, ça fait l'assemblage d'un bout de ferraille, un bout de plastoc et un bout de tissus... Mais bon, on ne peut pas s'en passer.
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L'avis de vsavagellc (contenu en anglais)"Over priced these days"

Shure Ps-6
throughout my production career I've owned 2 of theses PS-6 pop filters. They come with the following

filter (fabric made)
gooseneck arm

There are many companies out with the same looking pop filter, the truth is they lla work the same and will get the job done. How much you pay for one is up to you. The only thing I've noticed on the cheaper brands is the clamp some of them are cheaply built and others are not. Sometimes this is not a big deal but it is if you do a lot of studio recording. Often artist or yourself will bunch the clamp or nudge the clamp from time to time and it will make it lose its effective hold.

Also when moving equipment around you will find your self taking the clamp on and off and this will also weaken it.

I used this pop filter with a few different condenser mics as well as an sm58. The condenser mics i have used with this filter would be

Behringer B2
JM47 (By Joe Meek)
Studio projects b1
Studio Projects B3
SCM 90 (By Nady)

It did a great job on all mics no plosives were recorded.


My only grips with this pop filter is the fabric rips over time. i've had to replace the fabric with leggings over 20 times in the last 11 years. The fabric holds in saliva as well as bacteria. If your artist has bad breath you will smell it on the pop filter. They are difficult to wash but they work so well. Another thing is you wouldn't want to turn off another artist.

If they step inside of your mic booth and get close to the pop filter and they smell the foul odor it might turn them off. Plus it's just a respectable thing to do. I know I wouldn't want to to have a bad odor in my face when trying to sing.

I personally would stay away from this popfilter (because of the fabric and week clamp) you can buy a mesh filter for just a few bucks more. If you find this filter for $10.00 on the other hand, then and only then is it worth it's weight in gold
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L'avis de moosers (contenu en anglais)

Shure Ps-6
The Shure PS-6 pop filter (aka Popper Stopper) is a device to be placed in front of your vocal microphone to filter out all that harsh syllables that may come out of a singer's mouth. These harsh syllables can cause an overloading of a microphone or pre amp and specifically filters out mostly harsh "P"s. A Shure PS-6, or another pop filter like it is really a must have when recording vocals, in some situations it is needed more than others, but it is always good to have it around. The Shure PS-6 is well built with a sturdy claw and is easy to place on a mic stand. The PS-6 does the job that a pop filter is supposed to do as well as, if not better, than any other pop filter I have used.


I've been using the Shure PS-6 Popper Stopper for about four or five years and have come to rely on it when recording vocals. No matter what kind of microphone you are using, a pop filer like this one is must have. While other pop filters do the job the same, the PS-6 is well built and won't give you any trouble while you are trying to place it and set it up. Some pop filters are tough to get set up, which can be a real pain. While the Shure PS-6 might be a bit more expensive than some of the cheaper pop filters out there, to me it is worth the money because I know that I can rely on this to work when I need it and to not break easily. Shure is a company that I can trust for both products like this, and dynamic and condenser microphones. If you have a studio that you record vocals in, a pop filter is a must have, and the PS-6 is one of the best out there!

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