After the sm7b was highly recognized by the podcasting studio, Shure finally launched the new wallet friendly mv7, a new hybrid USB / XLR dynamic microphone. It is understood that the sm7b costs as much as $400 (about 2685 RMB) and requires a preamplifier to enhance the signal and some recording interface starting at $100 to connect to a computer (cloudlifter, which starts at $150, is officially recommended). < / P > < p > by contrast, the Shure mv7 has a much lower starting threshold and offers a multi in one Macon wind / audio interface and a plug and play experience for only $249 (about 1670 RMB). < / P > < p > although the price is still significantly high, the dynamic microphone adopted by mv7 still stands out from other competitors (such as the capacitive blue Yeti microphone). < / P > < p > this is not to hold one step at a time, mainly because the use environment of capacitor wheat is higher and it is more sensitive to background noise. In contrast, dynamic microphones are better deployed in relatively noisy environments and their internal components are more durable. < / P > < p > it is worth mentioning that mv7 also provides built-in EQ equalizer and compression settings. If the computer is connected via USB interface, the preset can be adjusted with Shure’s motiv application program. < / P > < p > although the internal control function cannot be obtained when using XLR output, mv7 does not need to use power amplifier devices such as cloudlifter to enhance the signal when inserting another audio interface. < / P > < p > it should be noted that Shure still provides the mv7 with a micro USB interface, rather than the most popular usb-c. However, the advantage of this is that you can continue to use the accessories of products such as mv88 + / mv51. Global Tech