PAULY TON POPFILTER

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Pauly.SuperScreen - The popfilter that leaves the voice natural

Instruction Manual

Your Pauly SuperScreen or your P120-Spider Clip is a high quality product. The sophisticated construction as well as the high-grade workmanship provide optimum functionality. Despite filtering pops and noise, frequency range and natural character of the human voice are completely conserved.


P120-T30 und P120-T30+C:

When you have preadjusted the desired position of the pop filter by bending the gooseneck, please do not rotate the gooseneck in order to lock the filter. Rather lock the filter ring by turning the lock screw positioned between the tip of the gooseneck und the filter ring.

P120-CONE:

The adapter cone serves to fasten the pop filter ring on the boom arm of a separate microphone stand. This makes the Pauly SuperScreen extremely versatile. As a result, even difficult recording situations can be managed thanks to the absorption of body-borne sound by the adapter cone and a resulting setup that is completely decoupled from structure borne noise. Not tilt the cone in the thread when attaching it to the filter ring.

The pop filter should be positioned at a distance of 1,5 to 3,0 inches from the microphone, keeping the centre of the ring and the centre of the microphone capsule on one straight line.

With each speaker/singer, the correct distance between Pauly SuperScreen and artist should be determined individually.

Cleaning: Before cleaning, detach the filter ring from gooseneck or from the adapter cone! The pop filter can then be cleaned carefully in a lukewarm mild soap water. Gently rinse in a bowl of clear water afterwards and slightly shake off the water and let dry at room temperature.

pauly.P120-Spider Clip

The P120 Spider Clip fits practically any closed spider mount for large membrane studio microphones. The clip is fixed on the outer shock mount ring, thus being isolated from any structure-born noise. Open the spider clip‘s wing-nut far enough to easily hook the front piston’s claw on the outer circular support of the microphone shock mount. Then tighten the wing-nut again.

Caution: The spider clip’s claw can cause small scratches on the spider mount, which is in the nature of things. To avoid that, protect the respective areas with one of the included transparent protective covers before attaching the spider clip. Three layers of tape will do the trick as well.

The adapter cone serves to fasten the pop filter ring on the boom arm of a separate microphone stand. This makes the Pauly SuperScreen extremely versatile. As a result, even difficult setup situations can be managed thanks to the cone and a resulting setup that is completely decoupled from structure-borne noise. Please be careful not to tilt the cone in the thread while attaching it to the filter ring. Depending on recording conditions, the pop filter should be positioned at a distance of 1.5–3 inches from the microphone, keeping the centre of the ring and the centre of the microphone capsule in one straight line.

Cleaning: Before cleaning, please pull the filter ring out of the piston with the support rod. Then move the filter ring around gently in a mild lukewarm soap solution. After that rinse in clear water, then shake water off gently and dry in room air.

The correct distance between the Pauly SuperScreen and the performer must be determined individually.

Finally, enjoy the unrivalled performance of this truly professional pop reduction device.