Blue Microphones Yeti Pro USB Microphone (1967)
- A high quality analog-to-digital converter sends incredible audio fidelity directly into your computer
- A built-in headphone amplifier for zero-latency monitoring
- Simple controls for headphone volume, pattern selection, instant mute, and microphone gain located directly on the microphone
- The first THX certified microphone, a validation of Yeti's incredibly low distortion, high fidelity, and balanced frequency response
- There are no drivers to install -- simply plug the Yeti into your PC or Mac, load up your favourite recording software, and record something amazing
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Of the 1 reviewer who responded, 1 would recommend this product.
- Fits my home studio needs.- January 17, 2013
Overall, I am very happy with the sound quality for the price of the product. It looks nice, and seems well-constructed. I use it to record vocals for home demos. I run it usually in mono through a simple M-Audio hub using the XLR cord. It works for me, and the sound is very warm and detailed. The downsides are that it's difficult to trasport, due to its size and weight. Also, I took it off its stand and mounted it on a freestanding mic stand at a friend's studio. That was easy enough, but keeping track of all the litttle washers, and putting it back together later was frustrating. Note that the mic must be hooked up through the USB for power.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Whatever Role- October 14, 2017
This mic not only looks the part, but sounds great for any occasion. Whether it's podcasting or simply chatting on Skype. The XLR output makes it adaptable for any professional recording session, and the recording pattern can be changed to specifically meet needs. Its well built, at the cost of being a little heavy. The only objection I have to this model is that gain adjusted by a knob, but the knob doesn't have indicators or click-stops to give you a sense of where your input levels are. Also I often get confused about which way to turn the knob to increase or decrease gain. Its a small thing, and not a problem if you do a sound check before recording.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great solid mic- November 9, 2020
not much to say... it is a great mic! takes my guitar sounds pretty well. Love it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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