The largest and most effective addition to the classic Reflexion Filter lineup

With a larger surface area, enhancement of sE’s patented multi-layer technology, deeper air gaps, and more efficient materials



With a larger surface area, enhancement of sE’s patented multi-layer technology, deeper air gaps, and more efficient materials

Recommended Use

Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar Cab, Bass Guitar Cab, Orchestral + Strings, Piano, Woodwinds, Harmonica, Brass, Kick, Room

Hand-built by our team at the sE factory
Our most advanced patented multi-layer technologies
Creates a balanced, acoustically neutral environment around your microphone
Multi-layer technology ensures zero sound coloration
The choice of renowned recording artists worldwide
Specialized and stable mounting hardware
Full-bandwidth absorption, isolation, and diffusion to help you gain control over your acoustic environment

Inside the RF SPACE

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    Patented Multi-Layer Technology

    Our most advanced patented multi-layer technologies to create a balanced, acoustically neutral environment around your microphone for color-free isolation in demanding settings.

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    How The RF SPACE Works

    Deeper air gaps, more efficient materials, full-bandwidth absorption, isolation, and diffusion help gain control over room reflections so your primary sound source comes through as pure as possible.

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    Easy Setup & Ultra-Stable Hardware

    Specialized hardware allows for mounting on microphone stands or drum hardware, with a full range of motion – adjustable and lockable horizontally, vertically, and tilted at any angle.

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    Hand-made in Our Own Factory

    Each SPACE filter is hand-built by our team at the sE factory – not mass-produced by an army of machines – and made to last for years and years of recording in the most demanding environments.


What's in the box
SPACE Reflexion Filter
stand assembly hardware
sealable sand bags (for supporting your mic stand if starts to lean - sand not included)
mic stand thread adapter


  • "This is exactly the kind of tool that, once you have it, you’ll use it over and over!"

    — Neal Cappellino, GRAMMY®-Winning Producer / Engineer (Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, Alison Krauss & Union Station)
  • "I've used the RF SPACE several times in Hollywood, recording Blake Shelton's vocals at his home."

    — Scott Hendricks, EVP A&R Warner Music Nashville / producer (Blake Shelton, Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn) - sE Artist
  • "The filter doesn’t seem to change the tonality of the vocals at all...it’s the closest thing I've found to having consistency recording in several environments."

    — Scott Hendricks, EVP A&R Warner Music Nashville / producer (Blake Shelton, Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Alan Jackson, Brooks & Dunn) - sE Artist
  • "For my last five albums I've sung my vocals right here in this room, in my home studio...and without the RF, it would be next to impossible. If you're making records at home, you've got to have an sE Reflexion Filter."

    — Brian McKnight, R&B Singer-Songwriter / Arranger / Producer / Musician (watch video here)
  • "The RF Space is an answer to one of the biggest problems in getting a great sound; it will help a microphone work the way it should do, even in the worst of rooms."

    — Simon Franglen, GRAMMY®-winning composer / producer / musician ('Avatar', 'Titanic', 'Spectre') - sE Artist
  • “Anyone with a home or project studio should have one. I even think bigger studios should have one."

    — Mark Marshall, Anatomy of Guitar Tone
  • "There are times when you want to isolate a vocal or instrument even when the room sounds good. It’s a fairly small investment that can make a big improvement in the sound of your recordings.”

    — Mark Marshall, Anatomy of Guitar Tone
  • "SPACE is a hit; we're big fans of the RF Pro, and count it as an essential studio tool for providing additional acoustic isolation around vocal and string recordings - but there's no doubt that SPACE does the job even better."

    — Future Music / Music Radar
  • "I use it to keep the bad out and the good in. On vocals in certain rooms, on guitar cabs, and even on drums (floor toms and kicks)."

    — F. Reid Shippen, GRAMMY®-winning Mixer / Engineer / Producer (India.Arie, Ingrid Michaelson, Jonny Lang) - sE Artist
  • "I like to do vocals in the control room - much more direct interaction with the vocalist, so it's perfect for that. With so many of us working in all sorts of situations these days, the Reflexion Filter transforms any of these into a viable recording environment."

    — Lenise Bent, Producer / Engineer (Blondie, Steely Dan, Supertramp, The Band, Fleetwood Mac)
  • "The Reflexion Filter makes a huge difference in small recording spaces that are more and more the norm..."

    — Andy Bradfield, Producer (David Bowie, David Gray, Rufus Wainwright)
  • "Trust me, they will change your recording process for the better."

    — Ricky Lawson, Drummer (Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, Whitney Houston)
sE artists

From mainstage headliners to the biggest names in engineering, our artists rely on sE  to bring their sound to life


How do I set up my Reflexion Filter? Do you offer an instruction manual or video guide?

Video setup guides are located on the individual product pages for the RF-X, Reflexion Filter Pro, and RF Space, and all RF products (including the guitaRF®) have downloadable PDF setup guides as well. If you require further assistance with setting up your Reflexion Filter, please fill out our Support Request form and we will help you as best we can.

Will my Reflexion Filter® work on a boom stand?

All of our Reflexion Filters are designed to work best with conventional (vertical) microphone stands. It is entirely possible to utilize them on a very sturdy boom stand, but great care must be taken to ensure proper balance and counterweighting, as the weight of the filter plus a microphone (especially an expensive microphone!) can be quite heavy. If a boom stand mount is necessary, we recommend securely attaching the filter to the boom arm first, making sure the whole assembly is extremely solidly positioned, and then attaching the microphone afterwards. We can assume no responsibility for damaged microphones if the boom arm decides to tilt down or around due to the extra weight put upon it, so please be careful!

My Reflexion Filter® doesn’t seem balanced when I mount it on a stand. Please help!

When setting up your Reflexion Filter, the most important thing is to maintain the center of gravity. This means adjusting the position of the filter appropriately so that the combined weight of the filter and microphone is centered directly above the mic stand, not off to one side. Also check to make sure that all screws are tightened sufficiently to prevent slipping or movement of any parts.