Amazon is running a huge one-day sale on Logitech peripherals and, as part of that sale, we're seeing some stellar discounts on (Logitech-owned) Blue microphones. The sale includes the popular Blue Yeti in a few colors at $89.99 as well as the more compact Blue Yeti Nano at $69.99, saving you as much as $30. The prices are some of the best we've seen for a long while but they rise tonight when the sale ends.
This mic features a pattern selector, a gain control dial, and a mute button, along with zero-latency headphone output. It's popular with new podcasters and has only dropped this low once this year. It's available in a few colors at this price.
$114.00 $24 off
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The Blue Yeti USB Microphone features a pattern selector which allows you to pick up audio from a specified direction (directly in front of the mic, all around the mic, in front and back of the mic, etc.). It also features a gain control dial and a mute button, along with zero-latency headphone output. The mic is super popular with podcasters and has over 7,700 reviews at Amazon with an average rating of 4.3 stars out of 5. A few color options are on sale, so have a click around to see if your preferred colorway is discounted.
This studio-quality mic is back down to its Prime Day price. It has a dial on the front for adjusting the volume and muting the mic, and the button on the back switches between cardioid and omni pickup patterns. There's also a headphone jack.
$99.99 $30 off
While the Yeti has been around for years, the Yeti Nano is a newer version of the mic that was released around a year ago. It hasn't seen a lot of discounts. In fact, this price drop is its first direct price drop outside of Prime Day and matches that discount exactly meaning you're getting it for its best price yet at Amazon.
The Nano simplifies big brother Blue Yeti's formula with streamlined onboard controls. On the front is a single dial that both adjusts the volume and can be pressed to mute the mic with a red or green glow to indicate if it's active. The back has just one button for determining two polar patterns — cardioid and omnidirectional — depending on how you're recording. The very bottom of the mic has the headphone jack and USB connection port. The Nano no longer has a gain control knob because Blue wants you to do that in the Sherpa audio app, a new addition that pairs with this mic. Inside the app, you will have options like gain control, levels, patterns, and more.
It has been similarly well-reviewed by existing owners with over 150 Amazon reviews resulting in a 4.2 out of 5 stars rating.
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