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|Frequency Response||50 Hz - 20 kHz|
|Dynamic Range (Typical)||not specified by manufacturer|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Electromagnetic Hum Sensitivity (Typical, Equivalent SPL/milliOersted)
60Hz: 11dB 500Hz: 24dB
1 kHz: 33dB
|Maximum Input Sound Level||not specified by manufacturer|
|Power Requirements||None Dynamic, Requires No Phantom or Battery Power|
|Output Impedance||150 Ohms|
|Output Connectors||XLR-3M Type|
|Applications||Best for Voice Over (Broadcast Announcer) Work|
|Dimensions||7.469 x 2.5" (189.7 x 96 mm) LxDiameter|
|Weight||1 lb. 11 oz. (765.4 g)|
|Specialties||Low Frequency Roll-Off: Bass Roll-Off and Mid-Range Emphasis Switch|
“No, not the Shure SM57,” I said to the young clerk at the mega guitar market, “I need an SM-SEVEN.” “Dude,” he replied. “There’s no such thing. You mean a FIFTY-SEVEN.” At that point, luckily, I spied an SM-7A box behind the counter and pointed it out to him.
Sure, Shure SM7b is a great microphone. It just isn't necessarily the best across "the board". Thinking of returning it. I am a professional broadcaster and the mic sounds great in a studio with a high powered board.
I really wanted to love this microphone. Everyone raves about it and how wonderful it is, but even with try after try I just couldn't get it to work correctly. I've been looking for a microphone for podcasting and audiobook narration.
I read so much positive reviews on this mic, so I decided to make the purchase. I have to say the SM7B has a smooth balanced response for vocals. I haven't used it on any other sources, but I'm pretty sure it will perform well on drums and guitar as well. Very satisfied with this mic.
I loved this mic when I plugged it up. I compared it to an sm57 (like many people do online), which is another great mic that I love, and can hear why it has been used on so many applications. Definitely my favorite.
I run a Gaming YouTube channel and was looking for the mic that best fit my voice. I started with a Sennheiser e835, which was fine at the start but I needed more depth on my recordingns, then tried a Rode NT1 which pulled too much ambient noise in the recordings and sounded tinny I had to use an EQ...
I have a deep voice, stupid deep ( I hate it btw ) but it has never been captured in its depth like with the SM7B. Even in pro studios, I have never felt my voice was so completely present.
The best mic out there for an unbeatable price. Thanks to the best sales rep, Mike Godlove.
As advertised and then some.
First things first, go to a studio or pro audio dealer and test out mics to find the one that works with your vocal style. Now that that's out of the way, I've had this microphone for about year and it is simple awesome.
This mic is just a workhorse when it comes to vocals and even guitar cabinets. I haven't had the chance to use it on much else besides those two sound sources, but I can tell you for sure that it's the best quality mic for under $.