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Been looking for a deal on the Blue Yeti Nano USB condenser microphone for a while now but no luck. Last discount seems to have been from last year.

It's sold out in a few places (like BestBuy) probably because everyone and their Mom is starting a podcast while locked down at home due to the virus.

So I checked the webpage for the maker of the Blue Yeti Nano - bluedesigns.com [bluedesigns.com].

They have it in stock and if you use this coupon you get $10 off:
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And it's free shipping because anything over $29 is getting free shipping, although it is Standard Shipping (10 - 14 Business Days).

This is exactly the same as the original Blue Yeti except smaller and doesn't have 2 capsules that I'll never use (it has omnidirectional and cardioid but not bi-directional and stereo).

https://www.bluedesigns.com/products/yeti-nano/
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So, save 10%, yay
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So, save 10%, yay
can save more if you just buy a snowball. most youtube videos show there is basically no difference in quality.
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How is this for Microsoft Teams?
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can save more if you just buy a snowball. most youtube videos show there is basically no difference in quality.
What is a snowball?
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What is a snowball?
https://www.bluedesigns.com/products/snowball/
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How is this for Microsoft Teams?
Overkill
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Agreed. The only thing this will do for video conferencing is increase breathing and mouth noises.
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This is exactly the same as the original Blue Yeti
The Nano does not have a hardware gain control.
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For the price compared to other USB condenser mics nowadays are Blue Mics even worth it anymore? I've heard other mics out there from like Rode, Neat, Boya, and even HyperX and they all sound kinda better than the blue mics ive heard in recent years.
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Thanks. Any other cool things to add for the home setup besides a bad ass camera
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The samson meteor mic is way better than this
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Bad for personal voice calls since you'll hear your keyboard typing and everything else in your room
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can save more if you just buy a snowball. most youtube videos show there is basically no difference in quality.
I've done a bunch of research and for my needs, this is the best mic out there right now in this price range. I'm looking for Youtube voice overs (cardioid) and Zooms (omnidirectional). I also want it to work with PC, Chromebook and Android phone.

As for the Snowball, I hate that 'top heavy' look. And the specs say its recording sample is 16 bit whereas the Nano is 24 bit. So I'd be surprised if people say they're the same, especially given the price difference. But I've seen reviews that say the Nano is the same as the regular but you pay less due to 2 missing capsules.

Some reviewers prefer the dynamic Samson mics but when I listened to the comparisons, I prefer the sound of the Yeti.
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I've done a bunch of research and for my needs, this is the best mic out there right now in this price range. I'm looking for Youtube voice overs (cardioid) and Zooms (omnidirectional). I also want it to work with PC, Chromebook and Android phone.

As for the Snowball, I hate that 'top heavy' look. And the specs say its recording sample is 16 bit whereas the Nano is 24 bit. So I'd be surprised if people say they're the same, especially given the price difference. But I've seen reviews that say the Nano is the same as the regular but you pay less due to 2 missing capsules.

Some reviewers prefer the dynamic Samson mics but when I listened to the comparisons, I prefer the sound of the Yeti.
The average person isn't going to notice your mic quality on zoom cause the actively compress it to save on data.
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