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New Shure Microphone

Hmm, a dual output is kinda cool aslong as the USB section ain't shitty.

 

Could see it being ideal for certain use cases, such as streaming. If your interface fails, then you just chuck a USB cable into it and you're off to the races.

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1 hour ago, Derkoli said:

Hmm, a dual output is kinda cool aslong as the USB section ain't shitty.

 

Could see it being ideal for certain use cases, such as streaming. If your interface fails, then you just chuck a USB cable into it and you're off to the races.

My issue is the price, there are damn good proper XLR setups for that price (Aston Stealth etc etc) so I'm not sure if I'd recommend a USB/XLR over that. Especially considering we usually recommend USB/XLR as a stepping stone to a proper XLR setup.

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33 minutes ago, The Flying Sloth said:

My issue is the price, there are damn good proper XLR setups for that price (Aston Stealth etc etc) so I'm not sure if I'd recommend a USB/XLR over that. Especially considering we usually recommend USB/XLR as a stepping stone to a proper XLR setup.

The price is a bit iffy.

 

I reckon this is aimed mostly at someone who will usually have an interface at home, but may need to record simply to a laptop when out and about and also wants just a single microphone.

 

Funnily enough most people don't want lots of microphones unlike us two lol.

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IMO the sound isn't the best for the price.

Here in AUS you can get a better sounding Rode Podmic "pack", which includes an XLR cable, podmic, cheap audio interface and a PSA1 for the same price as just the MV7

 

 

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I agree compared to other options there are probably better.

BUT there are people who want high quality USB microphones. If thats because of technical skill, or they dont want a interface or because of other reason.
This has a market and there has been people come to this forum who this would of worked for.

Here to educated the audio board on their bad choices.

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Looks perfect for someone like me. I have a strong dislike for head set microphones. I'd rather have a nicer set of head phones and mic than pay for "meh" quality of both, but not really wanting to step up to XLR yet as I don't have a justification for it.

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