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Product description

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The Shure MV7 is a professional-quality USB/XLR dynamic microphone inspired by the legendary SM7B, ideal for close mic applications that require vocal intelligibility with a balanced tone. A touch panel interface on the microphone itself provides control over microphone gain, headphone level, monitor mix, and muting, and the ShurePlus MOTIV Desktop Application allows users to save their own presets or enable auto-gain, compression, and EQ presets for easy real-time audio processing. The attractive and durable all metal design features an adjustable yoke that can be mounted onto a variety of microphone stands for flexible placement options.


From the manufacturer

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For perfect recordings, in imperfect rooms

Inspired by the legendary SM7B, the MV7 is a dynamic microphone with USB and XLR outputs Connect via USB and explore additional set-up features and Auto Level Mode within our ShurePlus MOTIV app, to control your vocal tone, and distance from the microphone. Let the microphone do the work for you.

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Auto Level Mode

Let The Microphone Do The Work For You

Activate Auto Level Mode when connected by USB, select your preferred vocal tone and distance from the microphone to let the microphone adjust your level in real time. Choose Manual Mode to have full control over your sound and adjust mic gain, monitor mix, EQ, limiter, compressor and more.

Integration with ShurePlus MOTIV App for Desktop

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Free App Integration

ShurePlus MOTIV App For Desktop

When connected by USB, configure and set up the microphone using the ShurePlus MOTIV app so that it’s best suited to your needs. Choose from Auto Level Mode if you want a ‘set it and forget it’ microphone, or Manual Mode if you want to get more hands-on with the features. Available to download for free on the Shure website, search “MOTIV Desktop”.

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Shure MV7 XLR/USB Dynamic Podcasting Microphone (Black)

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ASX Market Index

28 Oct 2021 (updated 10am daily)
Company Price Trending
Elders $12.13
Australian Agricultural Co $1.59
Graincorp $6.31
Ridley $1.35
Woolworths $38.73
Wellard $0.11
Source: ASX

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Eastern States, weekly

Last Week

103929
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EYCI

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Today

1074
Source: MLA's NLRS

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Today

813.5
Source: Steiner Consulting, MLA

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