sE Electronics Introduces Wireless V7 MC1 Capsule

sE Electronics has announced a Shure-compatible wireless version of their V7 dynamic microphone.

Featuring the same custom-built aluminum voice coil, all-metal construction, integrated capsule suspension and supercardioid pickup pattern as its wired sibling, the sE Electronics V7 MC1 is intended to provide the same levels of sound, low handling noise and extreme feedback rejection in a Shure-standard wireless format.

“Though the V7 has already been rapidly embraced by a number of vocalists, we always knew a wireless version would be most appealing for many singers,” said sE Electronics. “The V7 MC1 exists for those who are comfortable with their choice in handheld transmitters, but want to improve the fidelity of their on-stage vocals. We feel very confident that the V7 MC1 can take them there – as well as make their FOH engineer’s job that much easier.”

The V7 MC1 is now shipping for $129. It ships standard with a red internal windscreen, as well as a spare black internal windscreen if a subtler appearance is desired.

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