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- Legendary Broadcast Sound in USB Format
- USB and XLR Connections
- Built-In Pop Filter for Plosives
- 3.5mm Jack with Direct Monitoring
Get a professional podcast sound with audio interfaces, hard disk recorders, or direct to computers and mobile devices with the Shure MV7 Podcast Mic, styled here in black. This is a high-quality, broadcast-style dynamic microphone, one that has both a conventional XLR connection and a USB port.
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Does this come with a tripod?
Does this come with a tripod?
No. See accessories for compatible tripods
Date published: 2022-09-21
is there a shock mount that will work with the ...
is there a shock mount that will work with the MV7? and what is the best pop filter to use with it?
I use the windscreen on my SM7B (the thin one) and it works much better but I still have breathing and plosive issues (Ps Ts Ss) all can be a problem but yeah I like the SM7B windscreen (thin not thick) and IMO it sounds superior to the SM7B.
Date published: 2021-02-02
If I want to use the MV7 with the Zoom H6 would I ...
If I want to use the MV7 with the Zoom H6 would I need a cloudlifter?
A Cloudlifter is recommended, as this Mic has low sensitivity and requires a lot of gain, which may increase noise. It does depend on the Mic Pre; see below. At a sensitivity of -55 dBv, the Shure MV7 would require 55dB of gain to achieve the same level as what is "heard" by MV7 diaphram. As an example, a Focusrite Solo has Mic Pre gain of: "Up to" +56 dB this means the Mic Pre Gain would have to be fully cranked to achieve unity gain. Please note that the higher the negative dBV, the lower the sensitivity. That is, a mic with a sensitivity of -56dBV is less sensitive than a mic with a sensitivity of -38dBV, but more sensitive than a mic with a sensitivity of -65dBV. A more logical way to look at it is to think about how much gain will be required to amplify the test signal up to a level of one volt (One Volt is the "Unity Gain" number), the level as supplied "Into" the microphone.
Date published: 2021-02-22
I need to have a 3.5 mm connection (to a camera). ...
I need to have a 3.5 mm connection (to a camera). What cable/adapter do I need?
While it is possible to connect this mic to the 3.5mm input on a camera with this cable, BH #KOXRSM06B, the preamp of the camera would not do a great job of amplifying the signal and could introduction unwanted noise into the recording. We would recommend using a mixer/ recorder in between the mic and camera to give you a stronger mic preamp for a cleaner signal into the camera. Here's a recommendation, BH# TADR60DMKIIK.
Date published: 2022-08-24
Is the USB bidirectional - e.g. can I hear other ...
Is the USB bidirectional - e.g. can I hear other participants on ZOOM using just this device ? (I normally use an RME firewire Interface with 2 way audio and XLR mics)
The rear of the mic has a headphone jack that provides PC audio when connected to a PC. I am not familiar with your hardware, but hopefully, that helps you.
Date published: 2020-12-03
What are the benefits of connecting it via XLR ...
What are the benefits of connecting it via XLR (to an audio interface) vs connecting it to the computer via USB?
Using the Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone's XLR output connection allows for customizing your signal chain for use with an interface of your choice and a clean recording of the microphone's audio signal. The advantage of the USB connection is the elimination of an external interface and direct connection to a computer for recording.
Date published: 2022-04-27
Will the USB and XLR work simultaneously? For ...
Will the USB and XLR work simultaneously? For example, is it possible to use the USB and headphones for an online interview, while also recording a WAV via XLR?
Yes, the Shure MV7 does allow you to record audio from the USB and XLR outputs at the same time.
Date published: 2021-03-20
Is there an audio recorder that allows you to ...
Is there an audio recorder that allows you to record 2 MV7s at the same time via the usb chords?
Hi Kevin! You can use two USB microphones on a Mac by setting up each mic as an aggregate device. Here is a helpful link from Apple that explains how to do this: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202000. Thank you
Date published: 2022-02-24