Pop Radio

Many speech givers have been plagued by uncooperative microphones. NPR's very own audio engineer, Parris Morgan, created the p-popper-stopper to obliterate the annoying popping sound that often develops when a person speaks into a microphone. Hear NPR's Scott Simon.



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