Offering hybrid XLR and USB connectivity as well as support for mobiles and tablets alongside PC and Mac, the Shure MV7 is a great microphone for podcasting and streaming. The Shure MV7 is a great dynamic microphone not only for beginners getting into the world of podcasting and streaming, but thanks to hybrid USB & XLR connectivity, it’s a viable option for more advanced users too. But, with an RRP of £259/$249, it’s not the cheapest microphone on the market.
What’s in the Box?
The Shure MV7 sits inside a stylus case with a built-in stand, making it easy to set up and use. It comes with a pair of handy stands, which you can connect to the mic stand and use as you listen or take videos. The stand comes with a carrying pouch, which you can take along with you when you’re done using the mic stand. In the box, you’ll also find: – Make, Model, and Type of Mic – Mic cable – User guide
Design and build
The mic stand and case are made of high-quality plastic, and the stand comes with a carrying pouch that’s designed to sit comfortably on your shoulder. It’s finished in black and brown, with yellow and red being the most popular colors. It’s a solid build, with just a few pieces of plastic (no doubt from previous uses) visible. The cable, stand, and the pouch is made of PU leather, with a soft, comfortable fabric inside. The cable is easy to use and doesn’t pull or damage your hair or scalp. The stand contains a detachable shoulder strap, which can be used with or without a shoulder holster. The case comes with a padded zipped carrying case, which is great for safe storage and transport.
The mic connection on the Shure MV7 is okay. It’s not the fastest or the best, but it makes using it a little easier. The only downside is that you’ll need to use an extra mic with this mic stack, as it comes with a pair of pre-amps. In most cases, you should be able to use both your iPhone and Android devices with the mic stack. If you’re using an Android device, you’ll probably want to set up the mic app so that it knows which device you’re using. If you only use your iPhone occasionally, it’s likely that you won’t even want to think about setting up the app. It’s easy enough to do, and you won’t need to do any extra steps.
Features and performance
The mic on the Shure MV7 is a nice alternative to the popular Zoom H1, which has been a near-perfect match for the mic since its release in 2015. The biggest downside to the Zoom H1 is its price, which was £159/$199 for a set of two. The Shure MV7, however, costs just £159/$199. The only real downside to the mic on the Shure MV7 is that it’s not a true stereo mic. It can only produce one sound at a time, meaning that you won’t be able to use it with other devices. You can, however, pair it with a mobile device and use it as a stereo mic, which is one of the many uses for a pair of high-quality earphones like the Shure MV7.
Shure MV7 mic stand
The mic stand on the Shure MV7 is made of adjustable clamps, meaning that you can adjust the quality of the mic and see what happens. It comes with a carrying bag and shoulder strap, so you can take it along when you’re ready to use the mic. The stand can be attached to the mic stand with clamps, so that you can adjust the quality of the mic in between each use. The clamps are made of plastic, so they may not survive many washes and T RIPS, but it’s nothing a little water and a good scrubbing won’t take out.
Remote for iPhone & iPad
The remote for the Shure MV7 is powered by an iPhone, which is actually a really good thing. It lets you control the volume, pause, and play selections, as well as adjust the balance of the mic and speaker. The remote is also very easy to use and doesn’t take up a lot of space in your hand. The button layout on the remote is clean, easy to press and doesn’t leave behind any lag time. You can also use it as a speakerphone by producing an alert if there’s a call coming in, so you don’t miss out on any important conversation.
Pads for iPhone & iPad
The Shure MV7 comes with two pairs of pads, one for each hand. You can use the pads in your pocket or on your head, depending on how you’re using the mic. The back of the pads contains a tiny pocket mic, and the front of the pads contains a large mic, meaning that you can securely capture the conversation without worrying about spills or distractions. If you’re only going to use the mic in your pocket, you probably won’t want these second-hand. As with most things, you should only use the pads if you’re comfortable using them every day.
Guide to Buy the Shure MV7
The easiest way to get started buying the Shure MV7 is to pick up a Retail Pak. This includes everything you need to get started, from the box and manual to the stand and case. You can find them for about £85/$95. Once you have the Retail Pak, you can go through the process of buying the mic and accessories from the manufacturer. Once you’ve chosen your budget, the process of Buying the Mic, connecting the mic to your device, and setting up the mic app is very similar to all the other popular ways to buy a mic.
If you’re looking for a cheap and great pair of mics, the Shure MV7 is a perfect pick. Now, if you’re just starting out, or have mobility issues, we recommend the Zoom H1. It’s very easy to use, and you can record amazing sound with it. If you’re looking for a more expensive option, we recommend the Zoom H5. It’s a great all-around mic, and you can get it with a dedicated cable that goes into the bag, making it even more convenient to use.