What is better for studio recording the Blue Mic Yeti Pro or the Blue Mic Yeti THX?

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    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.

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  • I wouldn't risk recording without a shock mount...there is no shock mount yet and it will probably be expensive. I do not record sitting down, so I have rigged my Yeti Pro to mount to a boom mic stand and it works. Also, there is a universal shock mount that fits the Yeti Pro...no shock, no dice.

    As for which is better...it all comes down to what you need. But the Yeti Pro is best because you can record using the XLR cables and not just the USB. USB still sounds pro!

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  • All the specs in the other answer are right, but it's worth noting that Yeti Pro has a threaded mount on the bottom so it can be mounted to a normal mic stand.

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  • I would go to the yeti mic (not the pro) because there not much of a difference other then Professional recording via analog XLR and separate analog circuit path. And the yeti pro is $100 dollar more or 64.48 pounds. So I would go for the blue yeti.

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  • Electro-Voice mics are perfect for what you want them for.

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