Blue Microphones Have usb microphones finally grown up? The two desktop beauties that I will review today are from Blue Microphone. The Yeti Pro is the black one that you see on the left and the Yeti is the silver one the right.
Have usb microphones finally grown up? The two desktop beauties that I will review today are from Blue Microphone. The Yeti Pro is the black one that you see on the left and the Yeti is the silver one the right.
They both work with PC’s and MAC’s and are IPAD compatible although they do need the high speed for proper functioning since they draw alot of power. They both are identical accept the Yeti Pro has an analog XLR 5 pin stereo output on the bottom.
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The famous Blue USB microphone known as Snowball set the entire audio gear industry on its ear when it was first introduced.
Out of the “Blue” an innovative, young upstart began introducing high quality microphones at unprecedented prices in cool, retro designs. No wonder the old guard was set back on its heels.
Blue Audio, based in Southern California, built high-end audio gear for recording studios. A little company called Apple encouraged them to produce an inexpensive microphone that could be used with home computers. Continue reading »
If you’ve got a built-in webcam on your laptop chances are it’s not very good and even if you have a built-in microphone chances are that’s not very good either. As popular as video conferencing is getting with services like Skype, having a high quality web camera can mean a huge difference especially if you do any type of video blogging.
Now, I’m assuming you don’t want to spend a fortune to get up and running so you can get something like theBlue Microphone Eyeball. It has an HD webcam and a very high quality microphone all rolled into a very cool and stylish package. Continue reading »
I love Blue’s line of USB mics because they pack a lot of power and good sound into their microphones for extremely reasonable prices. The Blue Snowflakeis no different. This mic connects directly into your computer via USB. Think of this mic as the little brother to the very popular Blue Snowball USB mic. The Snowflake is equally as stylish as it’s big brother and because it folds up quite easily make it ideal as far as portability is concerned.
The Tiki Mic by Blue is great for Skype and VOIP conversations because it listens with the intelligence of human hearing. What it does is pulls your voice to the forefront and minimizes everything else such as computer fans, keyboard typing and any other types of noise that may be lurking in the background.
This helps insure that the person you’re talking to hears only your voice and minimizes all other sounds. Another cool feature of the Blue Mic Tiki is that it will glow red after about 3 seconds of you not talking, which means the mic has been auto-muted.
Blue’s Yeti Pro USB microphone shows some significant improvements over its sans-pro predecessor. The original Yeti was well-received, so you can go ahead and bet that the Pro will most likely win you over.
This Blue Yeti Pro review outlines its features and performance and will answer all of your general questions about the coveted device.
(Note: To begin using the Blue Yeti Pro, Mac users can simply plug and play. Windows users will have to download some Blue-provided drivers for compatibility.)
Today we’re doing a Blue Spark Microphone Review and yes its an orange-red. Now that we’ve got that out of the way this microphone is true to the Blue Microphone quality we have come to expect.
The Blue Spark Digital comes in a very beautiful high quality red wood box that can also be used as a case. It does require 48 Volt Phantom Power to operate.
The Blue Microphones Mikey is a CD quality USB microphone and it will plug directly into an Ipad or Iphone. It has two condenser capsules set in X/Y stereo in addition to 3 gain settings which are located on the back of the microphone.
The mic is extremely sensitive if you’re trying to capture someone who’s at the front of the room. The m >