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This review is from: Shure SM7B Vocal Dynamic Microphone, Cardioid (Electronics)I can't do more than underscore the endorsement of this mic by the previous reviewer (FOX). If you haven't started in the mic-collecting business, trying every trendy dynamic and condenser mic in the hundred dollar range and below, you might actually save some bucks by cutting directly to the chase and going for this one. I've always wondered why I can't reproduce the sounds of our local NPR outlet, and I finally realize it's because they have the Shure SM7B and I don't.
It enhances the voice with depth and richness and filters out the pops and unwanted percussives (face it, those separate pop filters are cumbersome to use). It's very directional and "selective" (rejecting room ambience and background noise), so it's perhaps not the ideal mic for all applications. But for announcing, broadcasting, vocal performance and vocal recording, I don't see how anything could possibly equal let alone surpass it.
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Initial post: Dec 26, 2009 6:30:02 PM PST
What is the best Mic preamp for re SM7B which less than $200?
Posted on Sep 15, 2012 12:52:49 AM PDT
J. D. BROWN says:
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