PreSonus M7 - Cardioid Condenser Microphone (Black)

PreSonus M7 - Cardioid Condenser Microphone (Black)

SKU: SV_Presonus_M7

R 1,499.00 R 2,199.00 Save R 700

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Versatile and Affordable Mic for Vocals, Guitar, Podcasts, and More

The most mic for the least money.

Designed for musicians and performers who need great audio quality on a budget, the M7 is an ideal all-around recording solution for entry-level podcasters, singers, and musicians. The M7 boasts a warm frequency response that flatters the human voice. And thanks to the M7’s cardioid polar pattern, the M7 will brilliantly record the sounds you point it at, while downplaying the sounds you don’t. Last but not least, the M7 can rock hard when asked: Its 134 dB of SPL handling lets it wrangle loud instruments like cracking snare drums or electric guitar amps worry-free, something more expensive mics can’t always do.

A hard mount, carrying case, and 10-foot XLR cable round out the M7 package, so you’re ready to start producing right out of the box!


General Features

  • Professional condenser microphone at an unbeatable price
  • Great choice for recording vocals, guitar, podcasts, and more
  • Exceptional clarity throughout its frequency-response range, with a warm top end
  • Cardioid polar pattern
  • Side address
  • 1-inch (25 mm) back electret condenser capsule
  • Rugged construction
  • Hard mount, 10-foot XLR cable, and carrying case included


Technical Specifications



Capsule Type

Back-electret condenser

Polar Patter



-38 dB ±3 dB (0 dB=1V/Pa at 1 kHz)

Frequency Response

20 Hz to 18 kHz

Output Impedance

150Ω ±30% (at 1 kHz)

Equivalent Noise Level

19 dBA

Maximum SPL

134 dB (at 1 kHz = 1% THD)

S/N Ratio

75 dB

Working Voltage 48V Phantom Power


PX-1 Frequency Plot Diagram


PX-1 Polarity Diagram

As a commitment to constant improvement, PreSonus® Audio Electronics, Inc., reserves the right to change any specification stated herein, at any time, without notification.