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Blue Yeti Professional USB/XLR Microphone.
The Blue Yeti Pro is the most advanced and versatile multi-pattern USB microphone roaming the wild today. 2 Year Blue Warranty.
If you are looking to get one of the best streaming microphones on the market, then this is your pick because of the amazing various features it possess! The Blue Yeti Pro is built like a tank. Has the 4 different audio options which is useful for audio in different environments. You could use it for interviews and hear both people clear as Caribbean water. Excellent for you Twitch broadcasters who are looking for a zero lag, clear audio, reliable mic to stay connected to your fans across the globe. The Blue Yeti Pro has a standard xlr out, nice feature if you want to use it with standard gear. The stereo out is also a nice luxury (unless you want mono).
Features = 10
Easy of Use = 10 (quick adjustments of mic and forgiving if your not spot on)
Set up = 10 ( I literally just plugged it in and selected it in logic pro used to record the audio)
Sound Quality = 8 (Hey its not a top tier mic, but it’s close!)
Accessories = 9 (desk stand is rock solid and good looking!)
Look and Feel = 8 (Gorgeous and solid feel. Sexy addition to your live streaming set up)
The Blue Yeti Pro is a great mic for beginners and seasoned live streamers, not too expensive to empty the pockets or so cheaply made that it makes your hobby/career a pain in the ass! Easy to setup and easy to use with the Blue Yeti Pro plug and play design you will be broadcasting in a matter of minutes, so no you don’t have to be a tech/audio geek to have a professional set up.