Reviews and Problems with Shure SM7B Studio Microphone
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Josh Pod, B&H Photo
13 January 2015
Excerpt: If you didn't know what to expect when getting teh SM7B then you didn't do your research. This mic has legendary status for a reason. It sounded great right out of the box and has added more pro sound to my projects. Glad I spent the money.
Excerpt: This mic is a no brainer to setup. All I did was just switch on the bass roll off to match the vocalist voice I was recording. The greatest thing about this mic is no matter how hard the vocalists sang there were no distortions. The voice was clear and uncolored.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Versatile
Excerpt: The Mighty SM7B. One of the great all time vocal mics for sure. I use this thing all the time. It's a great mic to have in the arsenal. If I were only going to own one mic, it might be this one.
Pros: Durable, Easy To Use, Great Off-axis Rejection
Excerpt: I've been wanting one of these for some time now, and am certainly not disappointed! It's fairly heavy for a mic, so be sure to use it on boom stands carefully. Also, it's got a low output, being a dynamic, so a good pre with clean gain is a must.