New Zeppelin windscreen designed for maximum wind protection

May 12, 2006

The new Zeppelin Windscreen has a microfiber-lined faux fur high-wind cover
M. Klemme Technology has introduced the Zeppelin windscreen, which has been designed to offer maximum wind protection at an affordable price.

The new Zeppelin consists of a microphone basket, two rubber retaining rings, two foam end caps, the company’s K-GPS suspension with wide support bar, a rubber filler strip and an XLR attached pig tail. Completing the system is a microfiber-lined faux fur high-wind cover.

The Zeppelin windscreen basket is interchangeable, which allows the system to accommodate different size microphones. Assembled and with the microphone installed, the Zeppelin’s right-angled XLR connects to a male XLR by a woven cloth-covered audio cable attached to the rear bottom of the unit. This eliminates the need for special pig tails or XLR brackets.

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