Shure MV7 USB/XLR Podcasting Cardioid Microphone - Silver
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- Voice Isolation technology allows the unit to clearly record your voice or the desired sound in challenging environments by effectively preventing background noise
- Optimised dynamic microphone capsule makes this unit great for podcasters, game casters, recording musicians, and live streaming purposes
- Auto Level mode automatically fine-tunes gain and compression settings to enable steady and stable output
- USB and XLR outputs let you use this device with mobile, desktop, and various professional interfaces
- Compatible with ShurePlus MOTIV app that allows easy and optimal configuration of the settings for various applications
- USB-A Cable (118 inch / 3m)
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Of the 29 reviewers who responded, 29 would recommend this product.
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- Classic consistency!- March 9, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Shure mics have a long standing history as solid choice in the recording biz and the MV7 is a perfect edition to that legacy. This mic allows for simple set up and easy use. But that’s just the beginning of it. The sound quality is superior to many mics in a similar price range and even some above. Offering rich tones and crisp clean highs this mic, which is touted as a podcast mic, can do so much more. The versatility of both XLR and USB (both A and C) allows for many different options when creating. The application is quick and easy to install and offers greater control when using the mic in USB mode without the need for extra EQ programs. I’m hard pressed to find any negatives with this mic and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a versatile plug and play mic for both beginners and pros alike!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Noise Cancelling- March 10, 2021
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Small and powerful, this mic has some fun features that make the average mic pale in comparison. This is the first mic I have experienced with touch controls, so that is something to get used to. Next is the easy-to-use companion desktop app that helps control the inner features of the mic, volume, gain, and whatnot. I appreciate the audio quality of the mic, studio-quality sound and it definitely doesn't feel cheap. I'm excited to record with this mic. Much needed upgrade.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Perfect mic for noisy rooms.- January 9, 2021
First off, if you're just buying this because it's a cheaper alternative to the sm7b, go for it. It's still a great dynamic mic, still has a built in shock mount, and a decent pop filter. If you enunciate your "p" and "b" a little hard, you can get the RK345 pop filter, which is for the sm7b but does fit the MV7 just fine. Just note, you will need a mic stand or arm to go with this as it doesn't come with one. I traded in the wave 3 for this because it would pick up way too much background noise. Immediately the MV7 was better out of the box on USB, and perfect with some tweaks using voicemeeter. I have not tried the motiv software yet, but overall I'm still very happy with the sound quality. My main issues would be the cheap feeling micro USB it comes with, and not the best stock pop filter. For $250 you should be getting a thick foam filter out of the box, and at least a sturdy cable.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.