Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone Kit with Blue Compass Premium Tube-Style Boom Arm (Black)

BH #SHMV7KAK (B&H Kit)
Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone Kit with Blue Compass Premium Tube-Style Boom Arm (Black)
Key Features
  • MV7 Podcast Microphone
  • XLR or USB for Analog or Digital Use
  • Blue Compass Tube-Style Boom Arm
  • Mount Mic to Desk without Clutter
Bundled by B&H for your convenience, this Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone Kit provides two essential items for podcasting from home. First, you get a black Shure MV7, a broadcast-quality microphone with XLR and USB connections. You can plug this mic into portable recorders, audio interfaces, or directly into your computer or mobile device. You'll still need something to hold it in place, however, and that's where the Blue Compass Premium Tube-Style Broadcast Boom Arm comes in. Simply mount this boom arm to your desk, and you'll have a sleek and professional way of mounting the microphone. It even has hidden-channel cable management to keep the mic cable from cluttering up your desk.
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why is the silver version cheaper than the black ...

why is the silver version cheaper than the black one?
Asked by: Andrew
B&H priced it that way, but silver and black are the same microphones just a different color. Black is more popular thats why price is a little higher. Hope this helps.
Answered by: Raul
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Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-03-20

why is the silver one cheaper than the black?

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Asked by: Andrew
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