To help modern workers and creators communicate better, Shure has designed the MV7 microphone to specifically elevate the speaker’s voice so everyone can experience clear, rich audio. The Niles, Ill.-based company adds that the MV7 microphone enhanced its status as a top microphone for hybrid work. Moreover, it has become one of the first to be certified under the ‘ProMic’ category of Zoom’s Personal Workspace Certified Hardware.
The Zoom Hardware Certification Program helps customers identify hardware solutions that integrate seamlessly with the platform. The MV7 microphone underwent rigorous testing and is certified according to Zoom’s stringent ProMic category certification requirements, says Shure.
The plug-and-play setup makes the MV7 ideal for hybrid workers who are investing in an external microphone for the first time. It is also suitable for an up-and-coming creator looking for a microphone that grows with them throughout their career. The MV7 features Shure’s Voice Isolation Technology. This elevates the user’s voice and deliver studio-quality audio for clear communication. No matter the environment, the MV7 microphone brings vocals to the forefront and enables uninterrupted audio every time.
Improved Audio Quality
“Typical laptop microphones aren’t able to deliver the same high-quality audio as an external microphone,” says Paul Crognale, associate director of musician and consumer audio at Shure. “The MV7 is equipped with Voice Isolation Technology to highlight your voice and prevent any unwanted background or room noise from interrupting your audio. The Zoom certification lets you know that the MV7 microphone works with the Zoom platform while providing a high-quality communications experience at your personal workspace.”
According to Shure, the MV7 is an essential tool for anyone looking to improve audio quality at home. Thus, podcasters and creators alike, trust it. The intuitive design is also incredibly user-friendly and simple to set up and control. This makes it a versatile option for joining important conference calls or recording a podcast. A hybrid USB and XLR output on the MV7 ensures a compatible connection with virtually any computer or professional interface.
“Audio quality plays a paramount role in any meeting, presentation, call or webinar ― especially when you are the presenter. To highlight this importance, Zoom added ProMics as a category to our Hardware Certification Program. We are pleased to include Shure’s MV7 microphone as the first device in this new category to earn this classification. Shure worked closely with our rigorous guidelines to reach certification,” adds Jeff Fox, Zoom’s strategic alliances marketing lead.
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