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The ShurePlus MOTIV App
The ShurePlus MOTIV app controls microphone settings to optimize performance for specific uses.
Tip: Set the device to Airplane Mode and Do Not Disturb to prevent interruptions to the recording caused by phone calls, text messages, or alerts.
Adjusting the Microphone
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Shure MV88
MV88 Settings
Mic Gain 5.5 dB
Stereo Width
Microphone Settings
① Menu
Select the menu to access the record window, saved recordings,
MV88 settings, and preferences windows.
② Input Meter
Displays the strength of the input signal. The loudest peaks should
reach within the target range (indicated by the shaded region).
③ Advanced Features
Use the pull-down bar to reveal the advanced audio features including
cartridge selection, wind reduction, left-right swap, and equalizer,
limiter, and compressor controls.
④ Preset Modes
Select your mode to set stereo width, equalization, and compression
for specific applications. Refer to the "Preset Modes" topic for more
⑤ Microphone Gain
Adjust to match the volume of the sound source. Monitor the meter
when making adjustments to ensure levels are in the target range
(indicated by the shaded region of the input meter).
⑥ Stereo Width
Adjusts the width of the stereo microphone pickup area.
Tip: Consider the location of the microphone and the size of the sound source
when adjusting the width. For example, a large orchestra or ensemble recording
will benefit from a wide stereo image to achieve increased separation between
instruments. Other applications, such as speech, benefit from a narrow width for
improved clarity and rejection of ambient (room) sound.
Using with Headphones
Headphone Monitor Adapting Cable
Use the included headphone monitor adapting cable for the following reasons:
• You require a slimmer connection to the headphone input on your recording device. The cable accommodates headphones with larger connectors.
• You want to disable the inline microphone on your earphones. The cable ensures that the recorded sound comes solely from the MV88 and not the
inline microphone of your earphones.