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Honestly, for double the price I would expect it to be double as good as the Yeti Snowball.. It just simply isn't. It's not that it's a bad product or anything-- its just that I think It's wiser to save your money and buy the snowball given there isn't much of a difference. Where there is a difference is the clarity if you are speaking much louder into the Blue Yeti Nano vs the Snowball. So if you are using this mic for talking then save your money and buy the snowball. If you are using a mic for singing-- buy the Mini hands down. If you are using a mic for music- buy the Blue Yeti Nano or save to buy the pro. Hope this helps someone out.
The USB-C Plug always falls out of the bottom of the Microphone. The Microphone it's self is great, great audio quality and software. But, the USB-C is an inappropriate connection and should be redesigned.
No matter what you do or what filters you use, this piece of garbage will alway sound terrible for recordings or streams. I’ve spent actual weeks trying to improve the sound quality on obs but still to no avail
I originally got this at Amazon and the item I received was very obviously used -- scratches around the ports, fingerprints, scuffs on the button. After returning that and opting to get a quick replacement at Best Buy instead, I found that one was exactly the same. Both were completely factory sealed in original manufacturer packaging. It's clear that Blue is selling refurbished items as new now, and I can no longer recommend them, despite the sound quality still being great. Get an Elgato instead.
Not for podcast usage. I read a ton of reviews on this microphone that said it was great for recording podcasts but after almost 3 weeks of using it I can say that’s not the case. Even for voiceover work it’s really not the greatest quality. The microphone “pops” a ton, and when I spoke with professionals about needing a better mic they were shocked I bought a Blue. It seems fine for amplifying sound on calls, but as far as a long term recording it’s not the best. Even with the settings adjusted, and trust me, I even had a sound guy help me out...
I am very satisfied with the sound quality for this microphone. If that is all you are looking for then this is great for you and cheaper than the Blue Yeti. My purchase was for the direct input in order to hear myself talk because I stumble on my words if I cant hear. The problem is that audio is heavily flawed when directly plugged into the mic for audio rather than your main device/pc. Support was not able to fix this problem so I took my loss.
The sound quality is great, though it frequently cuts in and out which defeats the purpose. Great for gaming even though it does cut in and out. Biggest complaint is that the stand came broken and after two months is completely unusable. Waste of money.