Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone
Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone
Combining three capsules and four different pattern settings, the Yeti is the ultimate tool for creating amazing recordings, directly to your computer. It can capture anything with a clarity and ease unheard of in a USB microphone.
Blue's innovative triple-capsule array lets you record in stereo or your choice of three unique patterns, including cardioid, omni-directional and bi-directional - recording capabilities that usually require multiple microphones. All it takes is a twist of the pattern selector knob.
The high-quality analogue-to-digital convertor sends incredible audio fidelity directly into your computer. You also get a built-in headphone amplifier for zero-latency monitoring and simple controls for headphone volume, pattern selection, instant mute and microphone gain, located directly on the microphone.
Remarkable ease of use
There are no drivers to install; simply plug the Yeti into your Mac or PC, load up your favourite recording software and record something amazing.
Three precision, 14-mm, tuned condenser capsules
Proprietary tri-capsule array
Mic gain control
Four polar pattern selectors: Stereo, cardioid, Omni, bi-directional
Mute button and master volume control
Zero-latency headphone output with amplifier and volume control
Standard, threaded mic-stand mount
Customised base with cable management
Did you notice?
Thanks to the triple-capsule array, you can easily select from one of four recording pattern settings - giving you the capabilities of multiple mics in one.
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Creating superb recordings on your Mac simply by plugging the mic into a free USB port and firing up GarageBand or any other favourite recording software.
What's in the Box?
Blue Yeti USB microphone
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Power: 5V 150mA
Height: 11.61 in./29.5 cm
Width: 4.92 in./12.5 cm
Depth: 4.72 in./12.0 cm
Weight: Microphone: 1.2 lb./0.55 kg; stand: 2.2 lb./1 kg
Requirements Operating System: Mac OS X v.10.4.11 or later, Windows XP/Vista/7
RAM: 64 MB RAM
Connection: USB 1.1 or 2.0 port
UPC or EAN No.: 836213001950
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Warranty: One-year limited
Answers from the community
Can I use a Blue Yeti Microphone with an iPod Touch 5th Generation with lightening adaptor
- Asked by Paul B from Concord
- on 22-Jan-2016
Can yeti mic be use in singing Smule app
- Asked by Cesar C from Kent
- on 06-Jan-2015
I just got one for Christmas--unfortunately, no. I wrote to both Bluemic and Smule to see if they c I just got one for Christmas--unfortunately, no. I wrote to both Bluemic and Smule to see if they could make an update to make this possible; who knows--maybe something will happen. Most likely not, considering your post was nearly a year ago!
- Written by Priscilla S from Bay Shore
- on 08-Dec-2015
can yeti plugged into digital camera?
- Asked by Frank F from Harahan
- on 31-May-2015
Most digital cameras cannot support the Blue Yeti. They usually do not have a USB port and if they d Most digital cameras cannot support the Blue Yeti. They usually do not have a USB port and if they did, could not supply the power. If you need this microphone for videos, you could record the audio separately with a computer, and sync them up in post production.
- Written by Gabe M from Zionsville
- on 30-Jul-2015
Can the Blue Yeti be used with the iPad Air (latest gen iPad)?
- Asked by Glenn L from Richmond Hill
- on 06-Jan-2014
The Blue Yeti works with the iPad Air straight through the "Lightning to USB Camera Adapter" for me. The Blue Yeti works with the iPad Air straight through the "Lightning to USB Camera Adapter" for me. Just make sure you plug the USB cable from the Yeti into the "Lightning to USB Camera Adapter" plug BEFORE plugging it into the iPad Air to avoid the "too much power is required" error. Also, if you plan on monitoring the audio input with headphones through the zero latency headphone jack ON THE MIC, plug in your headphones BEFORE plugging everything into the iPad, otherwise the "too much power" error will appear. I have not had to use an external USB hub following the method I just described, and hopefully it wasn't just blind luck. Good luck!
- Written by Chris T from Springfield
- on 17-Jan-2014
Will Blue Yeti work ok on MacbookPro with Garageband software and is the sound quality good enough to be made into a download/app for website?
1 Answer(Will Blue Yeti work ok on MacbookPro with Garageband software and is the sound quality good enough to be made into a download/app for website?)
- Asked by Alison G from Darlington
- on 01-Oct-2014
How do you set up Blue Yeti USB Microphone to Work With iMovie?
- Asked by Justin H from Levin
- on 13-Jul-2015