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Two microphone windscreen manufacturers team up

Posted on: Wednesday 11th of September 2019

Two manufacturers of Microphone Windscreens Schultze-Brakel & Reinhardt Microphone Windscreens have joined forces, with Schulze-Brakel taking over the Danish company Reinhardt Microphone windscreens.

Schultze-Brakel, who are the worlds largest manufacturer of decorated foam windscreens was established in 1949 and have been manufacturing microphone windscreens since 1967. Virtually every decorated foam windscreen seen on television screens come from the Schultze Brakel facility in Brakel, Westphalia, Germany.
In addition, Schulze-Brakel manufacture insulation products for the automotive industry, foil-welded ear cushions, noise protection earphones or high-quality ear cushions for hi-fi applications.

Reinhardt was established in 2004 and is the largest supplier of high quality fur microphone windscreens for both the microphone manufacturing industry and through the Reinhardt Brand directly to suppliers to the TV, Film & Radio industries.
Reinhardt have also been very involved in product development for various microphone manufacturers as well as audio hardware to the film and TV industries. Initially production will be continued in Frederikshavn, Denmark with some of the production taking place in Germany at the Schulze-Brakel manufacturing facility.

“This is a logical step for both companies and we look forward to increasing the product range, customer base and of course the continuation of the very high quality that both companies are known for.” explains Archibald Schulze-Cleven at a recent meeting held in Denmark.

Both manufacturers will be available at IBC on Saturday morning the 14th. of September between 10:00 and 12:00 on the Schulze-Brakel booth in hall 8 stand Nr. D75

www.schulze-brakel.de



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