05.11.2007 12:00 PM
K-Tek debuts new windscreen for handheld mics

K-Tek, maker of professional boom poles and microphone support equipment, has introduced the Topper wind protector designed specifically for handheld microphones.

Featuring a faux fur cover and tightly woven microfiber lining, the Topper fits snuggly over standard foam covers. The cover is designed for popular handheld microphones like the EV-RE-50 and Sennheiser MD46. It is also available with a black fleece exterior.

In addition, K-Tek has introduced a professional windscreen for the stereo mic configuration on Sony’s PCM-D1 portable audio recorder. Also available in fuzzy or fleecy versions, the Fuzzy Topper for the PCM-D1 fits over the existing foam windscreen on the recorder.

For more information, visit www.ktekboompoles.com.



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