CrocoDuck wrote:Acoustic foam is not a trival product, and I know from experience as an Acoustic Engineer that it involves some development time. However, it is still a very cheap part.
That is my thought too. There is no high specifications in it. It only has to let through all sound and stop the spitting and puffing. If an external foam (mostly 1/4 inch or more thick) can do this job each slightly open foam must can do as replacement.
Those grill ball prices? O my god i sometimes buy (good!) microphones for less.
Finally found some.
$1.22 / piece. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Replace ... 12619.html
$1.74 / piece. https://www.fullcompass.com/prod/001133 ... and-beta58
And someone who already had the same idea.https://www.harmonycentral.com/forum/fo ... 33/366886-
(the last ebay option for $9 can be done better i think)
But eventually i still want to look for alternatives to not be brand or type independent. I also have some less to not common microphones in use and for which no original brand or type replacement can be found. I want to learn the trick.
Must be possible for some simple foam. I still am looking forward for "house or kitchen" alternatives. I think i will go ask at a fabric store on occasion.