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Blue Microphones Yeti Pro

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  • Perfect
    8 months ago
    Very good and rich sound, which is well worth the money for eg streamers etc. who want it to sound better than can sound. Also nice for workplaces that rely on various conference systems.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Excellent microphone recommended for streamers and podcasters out there! : D
    Price pulls down one star.
  • Excellent
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Is not a pro at all in this area, but this seems really good.

    + Really good with the headphone output. Noticing no latency at all even when knocking in the table.
    + Really good sound recording. Quality + sensitivity. If you set the omnidirectional and turns up the gain and amplifier, I could type eavesdropping on the neighbors through the wall ^^
    + Good that you can get out your computer's audio output in micens also while you hear the mic (which is of course also possible to change the playback device of your computer's audio to other outputs).
    + Included XLR stereo adapter (or USB cable of course).
    + Good quality feel and nice matte finish. Really nice.

    - The tripod. Sound is easily absorbed by the substrate. Easy to reduce by setting it on something absorbing, but still sensitive.
    - The right of admission option is fierce, really need to take in order to change.
    - Must download drivers.
    - No off switch, so if the USB from the computer provides power when turned off the mic will be running constantly if you do not disconnect it. (Available mute button, but the sound card will still be running).
    - Expensive, but assume that the sound quality is in a higher class than the cheaper options too with their 24bit / 192kHz.