PAULY TON POP FILTERS

  • Language German
  • Language English

Pauly.SuperScreen - The popfilter that leaves the voice natural

Pauly.SuperScreen - Pop Filters in Use: P120 - T30

  • P120-T30 Goosenek and vintage Neumann U47
    P120-T30 Goosenek and
    vintage Neumann U47
  • P120-T30 Gooseneck and Neumann Mic U47
    P120-T30 Gooseneck
    and Neumann Mic U47
  • P120-T30 Gooseneck and Brauner Mic
    P120-T30 Gooseneck and Brauner Mic

  • P120-T30 Gooseneck and Brauner Mic 2
    P120-T30 Gooseneck and Brauner Mic

  • P120-T30 Gooseneck and Ribbon Mic
    P120-T30 Gooseneck
    and Ribbon Mic
  • The numerous ways in which the Pauly.Superscreen can be mounted result from the Pauly-Gooseneck and its long lasting resilience. It is based on the use of finest materials and outstanding workmanship. At the upper end of the “Tragewendel”, as the gooseneck is called with German mechanics, there is a so-called knurled screw. After pre-positioning the filter in the desired position by bending the gooseneck, you easily fine-position the filter ring at the optimum angle and simply lock the knurled screw. This avoids any mechnical wear on the ring’s thread.
    The gooseneck is only a real “Pauly” with the red dot in the dimple on the screw at the lower end.

P120 - Cone: A High Class Pop Filter for Ambitious Sound Studios

  • P120-Cone on Mic Stand Boom Arm
    P120-Cone on Mic Stand Boom Arm
  • P120-Cone on Mic Stand Boom Arm
    P120-Cone on Mic Stand Boom Arm
  • P120-Cone with vintage Neumann U47
    P120-Cone with vintage Neumann U47
Only the purest lead-free aluminum that meets the requirements of the German food laws, i.e. contains no lead, is used for the Pauly filter ring. Aluminum is the metal found most frequently in the earth. The raw pure light metal looks dull and silver grey because of its quickly developing layer of oxide when exposed to the air. This layer of oxide makes aluminum very corrosion-resistant at ph-values between four and nine. Furthermore, it does not possess any magnetic qualities unwanted in sound technology and has a very long durability.
On top of that, aluminum is more stable, much lighter and more solid than wood, plastic or other metals. In short, it is the ideal construction material when looking at comparable metals and plastics.
The Pauly-Adapter-Cone is made of high-purity aluminum, too. Ingeniously, its conical shape and its mass provide absorption of structure-born noise, optimizing the Pauly.SuperScreen’s effect. The three photos on top show various possible uses of the Adapter-Cone. It is ideal for recording completely isolated from structure-borne noise in sound studios unwilling to make any compromises with difficult recordings. Removing the metric reduction thread enables the filter to be mounted on the standard 5/8’’ thread in the U. S. A.