The Yeti Pro can capture digital audio with up to four times the clarity found on CDs—thanks to three custom condenser capsules and four different pattern settings. It also incorporates a cutting-edge A-D converter chip and separate analog circuit path for use with professional studio mixers and preamps.
You also get a built-in headphone amplifier for zero-latency monitoring, and direct controls for headphone volume, pattern selection, mute, and microphone gain. So you can capture great sound anywhere.
- Proprietary tri-capsule array
- Mute and master volume buttons
- Four polar pattern selector
- Stereo XLR analog output
- USB output
- Threaded mic stand mount
Apple Recommends ForRecord superb sound on your Mac whether at home, in a studio, or on location.
What's in the Box?
- Blue Microphones Yeti Pro USB Microphone
- Y-cable (12 in./30.48 cm)
- USB cable (9.84 in./3 m)
- Height: 11.61 in./29.5 cm
- Width: 4.72 in./12.0 cm
- Weight: 1.2 lb./0.55 kg
- Length: 4.92 in./12.5 cm
- Mac OS X v10.4.11 or later
- Windows XP Home Edition/XP Professional/Vista/7
- Mfr. Part Number: 8588-YTPR
- UPC or EAN No.: 836213001967
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Ratings & Reviews
Definitely a Fantastic Mic - but be forwarned
The sound of this mic is awesome. Balanced, and just over all pleasing. There are a couple things to note though. It does not co The sound of this mic is awesome. Balanced, and just over all pleasing. There are a couple things to note though. It does not come with a case and I cannot find one for purchase from blue. So carting this thing around is not a good idea.
The other issue is the level control. The digital in and out takes some tweaking. For instance on my mac I have to go into the audio midi controls every time I use it and adjust the volume for the output there. The knob on the front of the mic is buggy and inaccurate. Don't let this persuade you to buy a different mic though. It is easily dealt with by using the audio control panel on your computer.
The final thing is either great or not so great depending on what you're doing. The mic is sensitive. If you running an AC, a TV downstairs, have birds chirping outside, heavy breathing, hard drives humming, anything at all... IT WILL PICK IT UP. If used for basic podcasting it's fantastic but if you want to record serious tracks with it you better get somewhere quiet.
Overall this mic has been wonderful and easy to use. The 192k out makes a huge difference when listening back to your Itunes or recorded stuff. …
- Written by Joseph D from Kansas City
150 of 155 people found this useful
Wonderful MIC! A real "studio-in-a-box"!
I bought this MIC off the online Apple Store and first I was pleased to see it arriving so fast (3 business days) with free shippi I bought this MIC off the online Apple Store and first I was pleased to see it arriving so fast (3 business days) with free shipping! For $249, it is cheap compared to what you would need to buy.
Once you install the driver, it works instantly! A little downside of the driver is that you have to go download it off the Blue Website (they should include it on a CD). Esthetically, it looks FANTASTIC on your desk. The conception is really sturdy and solid (weight is there to prove it).
Now the sound! It sounds GREAT. A big problem I've had in the past with recording on a computer was having to remove the HISS in the back of the audio with the audio editing software. With this MIC you sound flat without any noise. This is a really sensitive microphone, so it's picking up EVERYTHING, so your studio must be quiet. You could use a portable soundproof chamber to help out.
Finally, it is a great piece of sound equipement for the SEMI-PRO day-to-day applications. …
- Written by Sylvain C from St-Constant
84 of 91 people found this useful
Didn't like it first, but love it now.
I got this for a birthday present a month ago and I can now say I LOVE the product. I still have yet to get the shock mount shown I got this for a birthday present a month ago and I can now say I LOVE the product. I still have yet to get the shock mount shown in the pics to get a better angle. So you ask why I love it...well it's the highest quality mic for it's price I've ever heard! You can record absolutely anything you want on it and it handles vocals quite well. It's exactly what I wanted for the dual XLR and USB connections. Be sure when you order to get 2 regular XLR cables as the provided one is about 6 inches long so a joke. Also, be careful when you first plug into XLR to turn the gain all the way down as I made the mistake of shaking the whole house when I didn't, haha. Overall, amazing mic, worth the price. …
- Written by Kasey C from Camas
39 of 44 people found this useful
WARNING OS 10.8.5 CONFLICT
Not sure if mavericks will fix this but amazing mic has a USB conflict with Apple iOs 10.8.5 Blue is aware and trying to fix--hop Not sure if mavericks will fix this but amazing mic has a USB conflict with Apple iOs 10.8.5 Blue is aware and trying to fix--hope Apple will help them--because I love this thing and older OS works fine with it. …
- Written by Paul M from O Fallon
5 of 7 people found this useful
The yeti pro proved a problem when using garage band,alot of patience to get it to work,then wouldnt work at all,BEWARE !!waste of The yeti pro proved a problem when using garage band,alot of patience to get it to work,then wouldnt work at all,BEWARE !!waste of money.......... …
- Written by josh J from auckland
0 of 3 people found this useful
Best Consumer Mic
Looking to record some music demos or supplementary audio on a budget? A few hundred dollars sounds like a lot but this mic is tot Looking to record some music demos or supplementary audio on a budget? A few hundred dollars sounds like a lot but this mic is totally worth purchase price on the consumer level.
For podcasting, there is no where else to look. This is the mic to get, it allows for digital or analog connection and has multiple mic styles to allow for roundtable discussion, interview style bi-direction, basic cardoid, and even true, analog L-R stereo (Think the pan effect in Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train").
For those complaining about picking up outside audio, this is something typical of condenser microphones. You ALWAYS want to be in a quiet area when recording serious audio. …
- Written by Dan Z from Rehoboth
3 of 3 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is the Blue Mic Yeti Pro Omni directional?
- Asked by Tricia Shay G from Miami
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If I want to use it as a conference microphone, will the participants be heard clearly from 4-6 feet distance?
- Asked by Gábor M
What is better for studio recording the Blue Mic Yeti Pro or the Blue Mic Yeti THX?
- Asked by Alexander S from Grand Prairie
The Yeti Pro can record up to 192 kHz/24-bit, while the Yeti tops out at 48 kHz/24-bit. The Pro mode The Yeti Pro can record up to 192 kHz/24-bit, while the Yeti tops out at 48 kHz/24-bit. The Pro model has the capability for a stereo analog XLR connection, in addition to the digital USB that both have. Otherwise, they're very similar. …
- Answered by Kenneth D from Ottawa
Which one should I choose? Yeti Pro or Yeti? Does their difference worth 100 bucks?
- Asked by Ratnaganadi P from San Diego
Yeti Pro also has an XLR I out so you can connect to an audio interface (whole studio setup) the yet Yeti Pro also has an XLR I out so you can connect to an audio interface (whole studio setup) the yeti just has a USB connector …
- Answered by Hali R from Miami Beach
Is it good like the ones that music artist uses?
- Asked by Lianne Nicole N from Perth