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Blue Microphones Yeti 3-Capsule USB Microphone (Blackout Ed) Blue/Silver $141.75 Del/C&C @ digiDirect (Price Beat $134.75 @ OW)


Blue Yeti 3-Capsule USB Microphone Black/Blue/Silver

Pricebeat with digiddirect and Westfield Direct at officworks for $134.75



Silver (https://www.digidirect.com.au/blue-microphones-yeti-3-capsul...)

The Blue Yeti Microphone can be used to record quality sound for programs including GarageBand, Audacity and more. It uses 4 different pattern settings so you can achieve the right sound capturing for your needs with omnidirectional, cardioid, stereo and bidirectional patterns providing flexibility when recording vocals, podcasts, interviews, music, audio for video and more.

Simply connect the Yeti into your computer via an available USB port.
It can record using 4 different pattern modes so you won't need multiple microphones.

There's volume, mute, gain control and other buttons so you'll be able to constantly control the quality of sound.
It has a 3.5 mm jack so you can plug headphones in.
The adjustable design allows you to pivot the microphone depending on where the sound source is.
It's compatible for use with Windows, Vista and Mac operating systems

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  • See when it comes to the audio business, doom scrolling through eBay can save you literal hundreds, got a $200 microphone for $37, and a $150 audio interface for $70. Sure it was preowned but studio gear is kept in good condition so it all works fine

  • its a great beginners mic but I always recomend getting a phantom power mic always because at some point you may want to upgrade you mic and when it comes to USB mics your not going to get much better. So always got Phantom powered mics you won't regret it. Yes I get you need to by a decent Mixer or output for phantom powered mics but its well worth it in the long run.

  • +1

    The above comments are very true, but if you're just someone who wants better Zoom audio, or better voice chat when gaming, then this mic would be great for that. Setting up a mixer/audio interface, plugging in cables all over the desk isn't worth it if you don't want to dive down that rabbit hole.

    • +1

      Its the same argument for getting great pair of studio headphones then worrying about getting amps dacs whatnot and end up spending way more then intended. Some of us just want a one and done. yeti’s do a good job at it

    • If all you wanted was some throwaway mic you can get tons of them under 50 bucks, especially if you go down the lav mic route. For 150 you can get a brand new xlr mic+interface+mount+xlr cable…

  • https://www.storedj.com.au/behringer-u-phoria-um2-2x2-usb-au... -alternatively you can buy the umc22 for a bit more (similar price during sales) , same internals but different chassis/layout

    https://www.storedj.com.au/behringer-ultravoice-xm8500-dynam... -a microphone that is virtually indistinguishable in blind tests even against the overpriced shure, (the Beats of microphones gullible people buy)


    Any 20-30 dollar mic arm off amazon, extra points if it comes with a pop filter too.

    Around 150 dollars without any discounts/sales. I put non-amazon links in there since amazon's not always the cheapest place.

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