Episode Summary

– Purchased after some difficult experiences with my Blue Yeti Pro condenser microphone
– Wanted a capable USB and XLR microphone
– Challenges with XLR microphone because it is a dynamic cardioid microphone
– Does not require phantom power
– Need to speak closely to the microphone
– Using OBS to record these videos
– The touch screen of the Shure MV7 seems unnecessary but is nice
– Love the headphone input to monitor voice and sound levels
– Purchased it on Amazon for $350 CAD with the tripod stand
– Pop filter does not seem strong enough and is getting some plosives
– The ShurePlus MOTIV software is intuitive and valuable
– Great reviews on Amazon and across the web
– Many people are critical of the MicroUSB which can be delicate
– Overall, I am happy with the purchase and will continue testing the microphone

Affiliates

Shure MV7

Shure SM7B

Resources

MV7 User Guide
Three Ways to Use Your Shure MV7 Podcast Microphone – YouTube
Shure MV7 USB/XLR Mic Review / Test (Compared to SM7b, Podmic, Q2u, SM58) – YouTube
Shure MV7 USB & XLR Microphone Review – YouTube

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