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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!