Pick up a Shure SM7B XLR Microphone With $40 Off: Real Deals

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If you've listened to a podcast or watched a Twitch stream you very well may have seen or heard the broadcaster using the Shure SM7B XLR microphone. It's a very popular choice for many streaming setups and is a fairly premium product commanding a high price, which is why it's always good to highlight when a saving can be made. The Shure SM7B is available for $359 at Amazon, which saves $40 off of its usual asking price when checked on the Camelizer.

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Shure SM7B XLR Studio Mic: was $399, now $359 at Amazon

Shure SM7B XLR Studio Mic: was $399, now $359 at Amazon
If you're looking to upgrade your podcast or streaming setup with an XLR microphone then the Shure SM7B is one of the most popular picks for a professional-sounding broadcast. You can currently save around $40 off of its usual asking price. 

MSI Katana GF66 (12900H/3070 Ti): was $1,899, now $1,249 at Walmart

MSI Katana GF66 (12900H/3070 Ti): was $1,899, now $1,249 at Walmart
This is a great reduction on what is a powerful gaming laptop. With an Intel Core i9 12900H processor and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 Ti, the GF66 also comes with a 1TB SSD and 16GB of RAM. 

AMD Ryzen 5 7600X: was $299, now $239 at Newegg with promo code

AMD Ryzen 5 7600X: was $299, now $239 at Newegg with promo code
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Razer Viper Ultimate: was $149, now $59 at Best Buy

Razer Viper Ultimate: was $149, now $59 at Best Buy
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  • Giroro
    Interesting thing about the SM7B, they raised its price up from $399 to $499 (everywhere, not just amazon) when it went on sale. for $369. Also, most of Shure's $100 microphones were raised to $130 at the same time they were marked down to $89. Call me a cynic, but I think the sale is to distract from a pretty massive stealth price hike across most of their product line.
    But most their microphones are pretty timeless and hold their value. So if you've been on the fence, this is probably your last real chance to buy at anywhere close these prices.
    Although, realistically, if your employer isn't paying for it, then you don't actually need a $400+ Dynamic microphone.
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