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Shure MV7X XLR Podcast Microphone

MV7X
PODCAST MICROPHONE

Inspired by the legendary SM7B, the MV7X is a premium dynamic XLR microphone that is compatible with all audio interfaces. To podcasters and vocalists who want two or more microphones at a competitive price, the MV7X provides perfect sound in imperfect rooms with Voice Isolation Technology.

MV7X vs MV7

The MV7X is an XLR-only version of the MV7 XLR/USB podcast microphone; it offers the same mic element and physical construction, minus the digital features. While the sonic signature is identical, the price point is even lower for users who only need the XLR connectivity.

Legendary Broadcast Sound

The mic takes its design and sonic cues from the Shure SM7B, a classic used on countless podcasts and radio broadcasts. Use the mic in close proximity to your voice and you'll find it exhibits a clear, intelligible, and high-quality sound with a frequency response optimized for rich and natural vocal reproduction.

Works with XLR Inputs, No Power Required

Outfitted with a traditional XLR 3-pin output, the MV7X can connected to any XLR mic input, whether it's on an audio interface, an external mic preamp, or a mixer. No power source is required for the MV7X because it is a dynamic microphone, so forget about needing to engage phantom power like you would for a condenser mic.

Rugged Appointments for Sound and Use

Like the SM7B, the MV7 has a built-in pop filter to protect against plosives and p-pops, greatly simplifying your editing process. With its integrated ready-to-mount yoke with 5/8" threading, the mic offers a build quality that is rugged, with an all-metal construction for reliability in mission-critical circumstances.

Unidirectional Polar Pattern for the Untreated Room

The mic features a unidirectional cardioid polar pattern, which is the best natural defense against room noise: since the capsule mostly captures what's directly in front of it, you won't pick up as much room noise as you would with another polar pattern. Depending on your particular room, you may still need a little room treatment, or some noise-reduction software, to address issues such as your computer's hum or your air conditioner—but the chances of that are markedly lower with a cardioid polar pattern.


Features:
  • Legendary Broadcast Sound
  • XLR-Only Version of MV7
  • Built-In Pop Filter for Plosives
  • Cardioid Pattern Minimizes Room Pickup