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Shure SM7B Vocal Dynamic Microphone, Cardioid
- Flat, wide-range frequency response for exceptionally clean and natural reproduction of both music and speech. Bass rolloff and mid-range emphasis (presence boost) controls with graphic display of response setting.
- Improved rejection of electromagnetic hum, optimized for shielding against broadband interference emitted by computer monitors. Highly effective pop filter eliminates need for any add-on protection against explosive breath sounds, even for close-up vocals.
- Now shipping with the A7WS detachable windscreen, designed to reduce plosive sounds and gives a warmer tone for close-talk vocals. Yoke mounting with captive stand nut for easy mounting and dismounting provides precise control of microphone position.
- Classic cardioid polar pattern, uniform with frequency and symmetrical about axis, to provide maximum rejection and minimum coloration of off-axis sound. Rugged construction and excellent cartridge protection for outstanding reliability.
- Includes foam winscreen, close-talk windscreen, and locking yoke mount.
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Shure SM7B Vocal Dynamic Microphone, Cardioid
The SM7B dynamic microphone has a smooth, flat, wide-range frequency response appropriate for music and speech in all professional audio applications. It features excellent shielding against electromagnetic hum generated by computer monitors, neon lights, and other electrical devices.The SM7B has been updated from earlier models with an improved bracket design that offers greater stability. In addition to its standard windscreen, it also includes the A7WS windscreen for close-talk applications.
(Includes foam windscreen, close-talk windscreen, locking yoke mount)
- Flat, wide-range frequency response for exceptionally clean and natural reproduction of both music and speech
- Bass rolloff and mid-range emphasis (presence boost) controls with graphic display of response setting
- Improved rejection of electromagnetic hum, optimized for shielding against broadband interference emitted by computer monitors
- Internal "air suspension" shock isolation virtually eliminates mechanical noise transmission
- Highly effective pop filter eliminates need for any add-on protection against explosive breath sounds, even for close-up vocals or narration
- Now shipping with the A7WS detachable windscreen, designed to reduce plosive sounds and gives a warmer tone for close-talk vocals
- Yoke mounting with captive stand nut for easy mounting and dismounting provides precise control of microphone position
- Classic cardioid polar pattern, uniform with frequency and symmetrical about axis, to provide maximum rejection and minimum coloration of off-axis sound
- Rugged construction and excellent cartridge protection for outstanding reliability
- Replacement cartridge: RPM106
- Interchangeable frequency response caps for mild and high boosts
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I have no window treatments in my room, a computer, and a 5 disk array whirring in the background and this thing can cut them out and provide me with a signal so good I don't have to post process it. No joke.
I can talk about this all day but words would never do it justice. Check out my video (https://youtu.be/QarxpFpHq2o) for a demo of how this thing sounds. I have it pared with a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 and Cloudlifter and it's a thing of beauty.
Video Demo With Unprocessed Audio
Take off the XLR stuff, or adapt it to your rig - it's a dynamic mic, so it works fine with an Elecraft K3 or Icom 7300.
I am not using phantom power.
The real beauty is the "presence" and "cardioid pattern". My monitor speakers are less than 3' away, directly behind it - I've never had a feedback or echo problem. The pickup range is wonderful, you can practically EAT it, or back off a foot, and still be heard nicely. But, when you move in close, it's almost like whispering into the hearers ear. No popping, not tinny, not booming, just distortion free, full bodied audio, as natural as you normally speak.
Yeah, it's pricey... but, if you want to be heard and understood without an equalizer - this mic has the most natural sound of them all.
A mic-is-a-mic, until you use one of these Shure SM7B...
5 stars for absolute top-notch quality, it is worth the price, plus, it's a Dynamic Mic.
I began recording on a USB condenser microphone before gradually working my way to a cheap condenser, then a Sennheiser E945, which I was led to believe would be great for recording in spaces that aren’t sound proof. After doing anything I could to not spend the money, things like adjusting my voice to the microphone, trying to sound-proof on a budget, recording in my closet, etc. I bit the bullet and bought this microphone.
Holy moly—I’m pissed I didn’t do it sooner.
This microphone doesn’t require all of the shenanigans I was going through to make them work; it adjusts to my needs without requiring soundproofing, changes in how I produce sound, etc.
Don’t spend the hundreds of dollars I did believing I could avoid this baby. It would’ve saved me money just to start here.
For those not in the know, you do need a preamp with more juice than most (Shure recommends +60db gain at a minimum), or you need to buy a Cloudlifter to make sure you have enough gain for line-level input. I am currently using this with the Mackie 402-VLZ3 which is a quality product but definitely on the low end. Sounds very nice with it alone, but once I added the Cloudlifter, the mic came alive. Sounds very warm and intimate at default settings, can roll the bass off if working with a script containing more plosives, and can boost the mid-range presence if desired. I have always handled this on the mixer or in post, and have considered these settings on the mic itself to be a little hokey in the past. However, I must say quite frankly that I was impressed with these two settings on the mic.
Overall, in my top 3 pieces of electronic equipment, and wouldn't hesitate for an instant to recommend it to others. When you buy your $3000 Neumann and don't like the way you sound, try this - you will likely be impressed. If I would have spent a grand or two on it, I would write the same review - when you get this much performance for $350, what can you say? You definitely get much more than you pay for.
Regarding build quality: It is very well built. Materials feel expensive, it is large and solid. Switches in the back are crisp, the yoke mount is top notch, and the design definitely looks and feels like a commercial broadcast mic. This is not a flimsy Made in China piece of junk.