Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone

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The Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone is a "must have" microphone in any studio. Versatile and often seen parked above hi-hats, in front of bass cabinets or as a vocal mic. The Shure SM7B is a studio workhorse and excels on many fronts!

The Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone is a cardioid studio mic designed to deliver warm and smooth audio reproduction in close-proximity studio and vocal applications. It features wide-range frequency response, bass roll off and mid-range control, and internal air suspension shock isolation. The SM7B is a selectable frequency response microphone that delivers warm and smooth audio in close-proximity studio and vocal applications. Optimized shielding from external electromagnetic hum, along with internal shock mounting, external windscreens and adjustable bass roll-off and mid-range emphasis response settings provide clean, consistent reproduction.

Broadcast Standard
The Shure SM7B is a favorite in radio studios, as its designed to fare well in a broadcast environment. The A7WS windscreen reduces plosive sounds and gives a warmer tone for close-up vocals or narration. And the increased isolation to RFI and EMI due to SM7B's upgraded cartridge make it a no-brainer for when getting it right really matters.

Is Versatile
In recent years, the SM7B has seen time in front of rock vocalists and also does an excellent job of handling low-frequency instruments such as bass guitar. The SM7B has also proven successful on unlikely sources such as hi-hat.

Offers Rugged Reliability
Like all Shure mics, the SM7B is built like a tank, meaning that you can travel with it from gig to gig and rest assured that it will last. Shure mics are famous for their bulletproof construction, and the SM7B is no exception. Session after session, the Shure SM7B will continue to perform on stage and in the studio without flaw.

Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone Applications

  • Recording Studio—Instrumental and Vocal
  • Location Recording
  • Motion Picture and Television Scoring
  • Television, Talk Shows, and News Desks
  • Radio Announcing and Production
  • Narration

Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone Features

  • Flat, wide-range frequency response for exceptionally clean and natural reproduction of both music and speech
  • Bass rolloff and mid-range emphasis (presence boost) controls with graphic display of response setting
  • Improved rejection of electromagnetic hum, optimized for shielding against broadband interference emitted by computer monitors
  • Internal "air suspension" shock isolation virtually eliminates mechanical noise transmission
  • Highly effective pop filter eliminates need for any add-on protection against explosive breath sounds, even for close-up vocals or narration
  • Now shipping with the A7WS detachable windscreen, designed to reduce plosive sounds and gives a warmer tone for close-talk vocals
  • Yoke mounting with captive stand nut for easy mounting and dismounting provides precise control of microphone position
  • Classic cardioid polar pattern, uniform with frequency and symmetrical about axis, to provide maximum rejection and minimum coloration of off-axis sound
  • Rugged construction and excellent cartridge protection for outstanding reliability

Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone Specifications

  • Type: Dynamic
  • Frequency Response: 50 to 20,000 Hz
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Electromagnetic Hum Sensitivity (Typical, Equivalent SPL/milli Oersted):
    • 60 Hz: 11 dB
    • 500 Hz: 24 dB
    • 1 kHz: 33 dB
  • Impedance: 150 Ohms for Connection to Microphone Inputs Rated at 19 to 300 Ohms.
  • Output Level (at 1,000 Hz):
  • Open Circuit Voltage: – 59.0 dB (1.12 mV), (0 dB = 1 Volt Per Pascal)
  • Switches: Bass Roll Off and Mid-Range Emphasis: Slotted Response Selector Switches.
  • Cartridge Shock Mount: Internal Air-Suspension Shock and Vibration Isolator.
  • Microphone Connector: Three-Pin Professional Audio (XLR)
  • Swivel Assembly: Integrated, Captive Nut for Ease of Attachment to Stand, Fits 5/8 in.–27 Thread.
  • Polarity: Positive Pressure on Diaphragm Produces Positive Voltage on Pin 2 Relative to Pin 3.
  • Case: Dark Gray Enamel Aluminum and Steel Case with Dark Gray Foam Windscreen.
  • Net Weight: 765.4 Grams (1 lb, 11 oz)

Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone Includes

  • 1 x Shure SM7B Dynamic Microphone
  • 1 x Swivel (Yoke Mount) Stand Adapter
  • 1 x Shure A7WS Detachable Windscreen
  • 1 x Shure RPM602 Switch Cover Plate
  • 2 Year Warranty

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What We Think

"The Shure SM7B is very much a favorite around these parts - and in pro studios the whole world wide. The SM7B is a very open sounding microphone for a dynamic and exhibits a lower output level making it perfect for 'screamer' vocals and for cranking up your favorite boutique mic preamps. While the SM7B has broadcast vocal clothing (yoke, windscreen, roll-off/emphasis controls, etc), it has a long-standing reputation for doing exceptionally well for rock vocals - live off the floor or as the final isolated vocal. In fact, a great many platinum hits have been recorded with the original SM7 AND with this upgraded SM7B. It really gives you that nice presentation that isn't crisp nor dull. The resulting sound does not disappoint! The integrated windscreen helps to tame plosives and spit landing on the capsule, etc. The SM7B also shows it's worth on bass cabinets, guitar amps, hi-hats, snare drums, the lower rotor of a Leslie speaker, and may just surprise you on a great many of other sources. It's a great mic to have one or more of since it's such a versatile microphone and you're sure to fall in love with it's charms once you've got some time put in with one."

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  • 5
    Every studio should have one.
    Tom Kingston

    I bought my first SM7B about 35 years ago and it's still going strong. It's not going to be your do-all mic if you have a mic locker--but, if you don't, it very well may be. On a good day it will give you exactly what you were looking for and yet on a bad day it will still give you something worth working with. In that sense it's an all arounder. I also consider the heavy windscreen to be an underestimated element of this mic. For me it's an organic EQ that often works better than any EQ.

  • 5
    FrontEndAudio is excellent
    yogesh khubchandani

    Excellent price, fast shipping, and great follow up.

  • 5
    Shure SM7b
    Chris Maher

    There’s a reason the Shure SM7b is a best-seller! This mic has been used for rock vocals to podcasts and never ceases to amaze. Pair it with a cloudlifter for truly remarkable results.

  • 5
    Lives up to the reputation
    Johnny

    Great mic. Great sound when run through a pre-amp. Solid as a tank.

  • 5
    SM7b
    R Scott Riekena

    classic and infamous Shure legend....a Billboard chart microphone for cheap and great for noisy rooms.

  • 5
    Awesome Vocal Mic
    Ben Mackie

    As musician and AV tech, I've been using the Shure SM7B as both my main vocal mic, and for my communication microphone for video conferencing applications for a couple of years now and it's fantastic. Having tried a variety of condenser mics for vocals, I wasn't fully satisfied with the results I was getting. Then while trakcing an EP at an amazing studio up in Boston, the engineer brought out this bad boy after I had done a few takes with a U87 with lacklsuter results. "Get up nice and close and belt it out" - Right away I knew I had to get one. It captured the fullness of my voice like nothing else at that point had. And in the crazy year of 2020, running hundreds of virtual meetings a week, the SM7B meant I was always clear and precise. Just a great all-round mic, whether the source is quiet or blasting loud. A full-bodied, tight sound that has worked wonders for me.

  • 5
    Hard to beat
    Jason Loeffler

    Oddly this is the only mic in use in my home studio at the moment. With the mid-boost switch on, I get some nice extended highs. I shopped around and tried the Beta 87A and Sennheiser e838, and SM7B sounded better, was much more forgiving and versatile. (Apples to oranges, I know.) Something about the form factor makes me feel more connected to the mic, much more so than a 57 or 58.

  • 5
    The Best
    Jason Witte

    If you are recording rock vocals that are loud...there is no better mic than this one. This thing can handle a ton screaming or hard rock vocals with ease!

  • 5
    Shure SM7B
    Scott B

    On the advice of a studio engineer/producer, I tried this mic. I had thought is was only for radio broadcasters/spoken word. I used it for lead vocal recording on a new album. The mic was a great improvement, particularly at picking up the high end frequencies. I used it without either foam guard and used a separate wind screen.

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