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Blue Yeti x World of Warcraft Edition Condenser USB Microphone (Gray) EXPIRED

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Best Buy has Blue Yeti x World of Warcraft Edition Condenser USB Microphone (Gray) on sale for $99.99 -> Now $94.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup as an alterative option.

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About the Product
  • Blue VO!CE software with Warcraft presets
  • Warcraft HD audio samples
  • Custom World of Warcraft design
  • Enhanced Blue VO!CE broadcast vocal effects
  • Pro gaming microphone
  • Customizable laser etched LED Warcraft runes
  • High-res voice metering
  • Four-capsule array
  • Four versatile pickup patterns
Warranty
  • Includes a standard 1-year warranty w/ purchase of this product

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  • Price Research: Purchase this unit today and save $100 Off (50% Savings) from the original list price of $199.99. Due to the special edition of this product, other retailer prices will vary. However, this is the best pricing in the available market
  • Advanced Blue VO!CE is compatible with Yeti, Yeti Nano and Yeti X. To access Blue VO!CE, download Logitech's free G HUB software
  • Offer valid while promotion/supplies last
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  • Highly rated by customers for design, features & ease of use
  • Please refer to the forum thread for additional details - Discombobulated
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To keep it real, everywhere else is 129.99 & 159.99 & 174.99 &199.99 so i think this is a good deal, don't beat me up too much i don't really post often, but when i do i get Hammered.

Crafted together with Blizzard Entertainment,
Blue's Yeti X World of Warcraft Edition professional USB mic can change the sound of your voice for an immersive streaming experience. Summon the sound of your favorite Warcraft denizens using advanced voice modulation with Warcraft presets or celebrate victories using hundreds of Shadowlands and Warcraft HD audio samples.
Feature: Blue VO!CE software with Warcraft presets
Transform your voice with the sound of legendary World of Warcraft denizens.
Warcraft HD audio samples
Entertain your stream audience using hundreds of HD audio samples from Shadowlands and the World of Warcraft universe.
Custom World of Warcraft design
Features a sleek Battle Grey finish, gold accents and the official World of Warcraft logo.
Enhanced Blue VO!CE broadcast vocal effects
Elevate your streamings and recordings with clear broadcast vocal sound and entertain your audience with enhanced effects, advanced modulation and HD audio samples.*
Pro gaming microphone
Give your game stream the production value it deserves. With the Yeti X World of Warcraft Edition USB microphone, you'll be heard loud and clear every time.
Customizable laser etched LED Warcraft runes
Use preset Warcraft color schemes or create a custom look to match your on-stream aesthetic.
High-res voice metering
Visualize your voice level at a glance with the Yeti X microphone's 11-segment LED meter and adjust up or down for powerful, broadcast-quality sound.
Four-capsule array
Capture legendary Blue broadcast sound with greater focus and clarity.
Four versatile pickup patterns
Cardioid, bi-directional, stereo and omni pickup patterns are perfect for pro streaming.
*Advanced Blue VO!CE is compatible with Yeti, Yeti Nano and Yeti X. To access Blue VO!CE, download Logitech's free G HUB software.

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Is X gonna give it to yaa?
Best deal on a condensor mic hands down, was the $100 King Bee. Unfortunately, that one has sold out and the replacement, the King Bee II lists for $180. But if you can find a used King Bee for $100 (and can live with the interesting aesthetics) you won't find a better $100 microphone.

Note that with the King Bee you'll need a XLR to USB adapter capable of phantom 48V. But it sounds FAR better than this Blue Yeti (and yeah, I have both).
You can like what you like, but I think you're factually wrong on what this is.
It's listed as the Yeti *X* (not the regular Yeti).

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(It was pointed out that these are slightly different)
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This is the regular Yeti that was on BF/CM sale for $100 (if you don't care about the paint job).
I would suggest listening to a bunch of reviews to find a mic that sounds best to YOU. I spent the last week researching mics for my use case and I really do not like the audio quality of the Yeti (sounds like a tin can with no depth, or something is just really off about their mics). In the end, I was between USB versions of the AT, Rode NT mini, and Elgato Waves. I ended up ordering the Elgato Wave 3 since it sounded best to me.
Podcastage (on Youtube/his website) was a great resource as you can hear direct comparisons. He's also a big proponent of getting a single cardioid pattern mic since most people will never use the other patterns.
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Best deal on a condensor mic hands down, was the $100 King Bee. Unfortunately, that one has sold out and the replacement, the King Bee II lists for $180. But if you can find a used King Bee for $100 (and can live with the interesting aesthetics) you won't find a better $100 microphone.

Note that with the King Bee you'll need a XLR to USB adapter capable of phantom 48V. But it sounds FAR better than this Blue Yeti (and yeah, I have both).
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Quote from mepel :
This is the regular Yeti that was on BF/CM sale for $100 (if you don't care about the paint job).

I would suggest listening to a bunch of reviews to find a mic that sounds best to YOU. I spent the last week researching mics for my use case and I really do not like the audio quality of the Yeti (sounds like a tin can with no depth, or something is just really off about their mics). In the end, I was between USB versions of the AT, Rode NT mini, and Elgato Waves. I ended up ordering the Elgato Wave 3 since it sounded best to me.
Podcastage (on Youtube/his website) was a great resource as you can hear direct comparisons. He's also a big proponent of getting a single cardioid pattern mic since most people will never use the other patterns.
agree.
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This is the regular Yeti that was on BF/CM sale for $100 (if you don't care about the paint job).

I would suggest listening to a bunch of reviews to find a mic that sounds best to YOU. I spent the last week researching mics for my use case and I really do not like the audio quality of the Yeti (sounds like a tin can with no depth, or something is just really off about their mics). In the end, I was between USB versions of the AT, Rode NT mini, and Elgato Waves. I ended up ordering the Elgato Wave 3 since it sounded best to me.
Podcastage (on Youtube/his website) was a great resource as you can hear direct comparisons. He's also a big proponent of getting a single cardioid pattern mic since most people will never use the other patterns.
You can like what you like, but I think you're factually wrong on what this is.
It's listed as the Yeti *X* (not the regular Yeti).
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thanks and a good find for the X version.
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Thanks bro, slick!
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You can like what you like, but I think you're factually wrong on what this is.
It's listed as the Yeti *X* (not the regular Yeti).
Is X gonna give it to yaa?
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Quote from mepel :
This is the regular Yeti that was on BF/CM sale for $100 (if you don't care about the paint job).

I would suggest listening to a bunch of reviews to find a mic that sounds best to YOU. I spent the last week researching mics for my use case and I really do not like the audio quality of the Yeti (sounds like a tin can with no depth, or something is just really off about their mics). In the end, I was between USB versions of the AT, Rode NT mini, and Elgato Waves. I ended up ordering the Elgato Wave 3 since it sounded best to me.
Podcastage (on Youtube/his website) was a great resource as you can hear direct comparisons. He's also a big proponent of getting a single cardioid pattern mic since most people will never use the other patterns.
You want a mic to be clean and accurate. From there you use reverb, echo, etc. to get the warmth and whatnot.
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Picked this up a few days ago - nice mic and fantastic deal
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I'm thinking about starting an Age of Empires podcast, can I use this?
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Lol clicked thinking it was a deal on a wood router
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I'm thinking about starting an Age of Empires podcast, can I use this?
AOE4? Nice
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Quote from mepel :
This is the regular Yeti that was on BF/CM sale for $100 (if you don't care about the paint job).

I would suggest listening to a bunch of reviews to find a mic that sounds best to YOU. I spent the last week researching mics for my use case and I really do not like the audio quality of the Yeti (sounds like a tin can with no depth, or something is just really off about their mics). In the end, I was between USB versions of the AT, Rode NT mini, and Elgato Waves. I ended up ordering the Elgato Wave 3 since it sounded best to me.
Podcastage (on Youtube/his website) was a great resource as you can hear direct comparisons. He's also a big proponent of getting a single cardioid pattern mic since most people will never use the other patterns.
Not the same model:
https://www.popsci.com/reviews/ye...omparison/
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