The British esports organization Fnatic has officially partnered with the American audio peripherals manufacturer Shure Audio. According to the deal, 24 Fnatic Network talents will exhibit the Shure MV7 Podcast Kit and will start streaming with it.
Introducing the MV7 Podcast Microphone.— Shure (@shure) October 26, 2020
Inspired by the legendary SM7B. For professional recording and streaming at home or in the studio with both USB and XLR outputs.
Learn more at https://t.co/UgFM1uVkkc. pic.twitter.com/IaneGbIKON
Soraya Sobh, Fnatic Head of Creator Management said,
According to Shure Audio, the MV7 podcast kit helps the creator to remove background noise consistently. Moreover, it will be compatible with all types of gaming setups. The microphone of the MV7 got both USB and XLR output so that it can be utilized with mixers and professional audio equipment. In addition, the MV7 podcast kit has numerous other features such as built-in digital signal processing, app control along with hardware control.
Heiermann, Network Member at Fnatic said,
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