Shure Unveils New Active Dynamic SM7dB Mic: An Update to the Iconic SM7b

Shure Announces Update to the Celebrated SM7b: The Active Dynamic SM7dB

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Shure Announces Update to the Celebrated SM7b: The Active Dynamic SM7dB

Shure, the manufacturer of reliable audio equipment, has announced the release of an upgraded version of their popular SM7b mic, the SM7dB. The new microphone will build on the success of its predecessor, while making improvements that will enhance its performance.

The SM7b was first introduced in the 1970s and had gained a cult-like following among recording artists and audio engineers. It had become the go-to microphone for recording vocals and instruments, and had been used to record the vocals of some of the most famous singers and musicians in history.

The new SM7dB is designed to improve upon the classic SM7b and has been equipped with a new active electronic cartridge system. The new cartridge system allows the microphone to have an even more accurate frequency response and improved noise rejection. It also has a higher output level, which will allow for more signal coming into the preamp without having to make any changes to the gain settings.

The SM7dB has been designed to be compatible with most audio interfaces and preamps, so it can be easily integrated into existing set ups. It also has a built-in pop filter and an integrated shock mount, which makes it ideal for recording vocals in a vocal booth. The build quality of the SM7dB is also very impressive, with its rugged, all-metal construction that can withstand even the toughest of usage scenarios.

The SM7dB is yet another example of Shure’s dedication to providing reliable, high-quality audio products. It is sure to be popular with recording artists, engineers, and producers who are looking for a versatile, reliable microphone to use in the studio. With its high-quality build and improved performance features, the SM7dB is sure to be a favorite for years to come.

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