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BLUE Yeti Blackout Microphone
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Create unparalleled recordings with your computer using Blue's best-selling Yeti family of USB microphones. Thanks to Blue's proprietary tri-capsule ...Click To Read More About This Product
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USB-powered mic with versatile tri-capsule design.
Create unparalleled recordings with your computer using Blue's best-selling Yeti family of USB microphones. Thanks to Blue's proprietary tri-capsule technology, Yeti microphones produce pristine, studio-quality recordings with legendary ease. And four different pattern settings offer incredible flexibility so you can record vocals, instrumental music, podcasts, audio for video, interviews, or even cryptozoology lectures in ways that would normally require multiple microphones. Whether you're recording at home, on the road, or in the Himalayas, Yeti helps you produce studio-quality recordings every time.
Total Recording Control with Yeti
Yeti features studio controls for headphone volume, pattern selection, instant mute and microphone gain—putting you in charge of every level of the recording process. If you’re experiencing distortion or feedback while recording an especially loud source—like the deafening sound of an avalanche—simply adjust the microphone's sensitivity with the gain control. Or, if you want to take a break in the middle of a podcast, use the instant mute button.
The microphone comes equipped with a 3.5-millimeter headphone jack and allows you to listen to what you're recording in real-time, without latency delays—that means no more hearing a note 3 seconds after you played it. You can adjust the volume of your headphones using the control on the front of the microphone.
Innovative Design Makes Recording Easy
Yeti doesn’t mind getting pushed around—it lets you adjust and pivot the microphone in relation to the sound source, which optimizes your sound quality. Once you’ve achieved the desired angle, simply hand-tighten the set knobs to secure it in place. Yeti is a side-address microphone, so you can capture the best sound by going face-to-face with it. The microphone can also be folded down for easy portability, or removed completely from its base for mounting directly on a mic stand, or on the Radius shockmount.
Simply plug Yeti into your computer's USB port with the included USB cable, calibrate it with your operating system, and you're ready to record—rain, shine, or snow. Yeti offers driver-free operation, while the Yeti Pro requires easy-to-install drivers, available from Blue.
Yeti is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8 (including 8.1), Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (Home and Professional), and Mac OS X (10.4.11 or higher), and requires a minimum of 64 MB of RAM*.
- Analog or digital: Digital
- Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz
- Max SPL: 120 dB
- Connectivity: USB
- Capsule: Condenser
- Polar pattern: Multi-pattern
- Type: Mounted
- Applications: Podcasting, studio
- Diaphragm size: Small
- Switches: Mute, volume, headphones
- Phantom power required: No
- Width: 4.72"
- Height: 11.61"
- Depth: 4.92"
- Weight: 1.2 lb.
- Case: No
- Clip: Built-in stand
- Shockmount: No
- Power supply: No
The ultimate USB mic for podcasts, interviews, dialogue and voiceovers, order Yeti today!
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Comments about BLUE Yeti Blackout Microphone:
I own the Blue Yeti Pro and bought this while mine was out for repair. I figured I'd just have one I use for home use and the other I'll take on the road or something. After hooking this one up, I immediately really couldn't use it. The microphone was so sensitive the idea of singing into it only made me fear of busting the tubes on the inside of it. Not only that but even having a friend try to speak into it with aggression, or intent made the wave forms peak from how harshly the microphone was picking up things. Somehow it was just TOO sensitive. The Drake of all microphones. I'm since return it for a refund in hopes of getting something else and using my Pro as my "on the go"