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ca. 1964 - interior view shows two layers of Acoustifoam windscreen which reduces wind blast up to 80 per cent

INTERIOR VIEW OF ELECTRO-VOICE MODEL 668 BOOM MICROPHONE

E&MP 90.003

Noise Control

ca. 1964

Interior view of Electro-Voice Model 668 boom microphone shows two layers of AcoustifoamTM windscreen which reduces wind blast up to 80 per cent.

Acoustifoam is an "open-pore" polyurethane foam developed by the Foam Division, Scott Paper Company.

Smooth-textured outer layer has 60 pores per lineal inch; coarser inner layer has 20 pores per lineal inch. Windscreen does not affect frequency response of polar pattern.

For: Foam Division Scott Paper Company From: Ketchum, MacLeod & Grove, Inc. Four Gateway Center - Pittsburgh, Pa. 15222 A. C. Croft - Phone: 261-5100

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