Great microphone for podcast and support both XLR and USB.
How does it compare to Shure sm7b?
See this: https://www.shure.com/en-US/performance-production/louder/mv... MV7 is currently a better deal for me.
It doesn't, but it's probably the best USB mic on the market but do not use it as an XLR mic, because it's horrible for it. The other problem is it's also vastly more expensive than most other USB mics.
If you want this for anything other than spoken word, look elsewhere. Its ultimate use case would be in a somewhat portable podcasting setup.
Had a mate that ordered from these clowns and he waited like a month and they couldn't give him a definitive delivery date.
If you don't mind waiting for 3-6 months AliExpress style then go for it.
If you need it in a hurry get it elsewhere.
"Leaves warehouse in 1-2 business days.
Sold by Kogan.com"
The few times I've ordered from Kogan, I haven't had a problem. Perhaps your mate didn't realise he wasn't ordering from Kogan, and instead ordered from a different seller on their marketplace?
Anyone know what the best price for these are? Do they go on sale? Need something like it but trying to work out if this is a good sale or not.
I don't want the mic so show up in the video, what is the best mic or mic + accessories setup that works a little further away ?
I have a colleague using this in daily meetings.
Does it show in the webcam?
Yes. Everyone can see that.
@qt139: Haha thank you! That doesn't sound ideal
Also interested in this, any thoughts?
Dynamic mics like this need you to be within 12 inches. Look to a condenser microphone with a cardioid pattern if you want the mic to be able to be a little further away. Something like a Rode NT-USB or Samson G-track Pro would be a good option.
This is a good mic but if you look at the expert reviews they by far prefer the Samson Q9U which is about $40 cheaper.
$199 here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/632680