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blue yeti £79.99 @ Currys

£79.99 @ Currys
Professional white blue yeti for £79.99. I was looking for one after missing out on the amazon deal. Free click and collect or £3.95 next day delivery if you order by 9pm. Read More
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Professional white blue yeti for £79.99. I was looking for one after missing out on the amazon deal. Free click and collect or £3.95 next day delivery if you order by 9pm.
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I got three of the blue Nessie mics on an Amazon deal a while back, if anyone wants one at cost price(£39.99) plus postage, let me know and I'll start a fs thread
#2
or there's three Nessie mics in good condition on Amazon warehouse for £34 if u go for free delivery, very good price given their return policy
#3
good mic but the build quality is lacking
#4
Got the RODE NT-USB last week from Amazon, £87.99 on a flash deal. I think the build quality is a bit better than the Blue Yeti.
#5
longback2
I got three of the blue Nessie mics on an Amazon deal a while back, if anyone wants one at cost price(£39.99) plus postage, let me know and I'll start a fs thread


Ill take one
#6
I'll take one mate
#7
longback2
I got three of the blue Nessie mics on an Amazon deal a while back, if anyone wants one at cost price(£39.99) plus postage, let me know and I'll start a fs thread


I'll take one, pm me

Ste
8 Likes #8
Is this better than the blue waffle?
#9
Surprised people are commenting on the build quality on the yeti, as I bought one for my son during the Amazon Deal and I was surprised at how solid it was. Actually, you could use it as a doorstop!

Edited By: smallsteve on Dec 02, 2016 20:08: Damned voice recognition made my original post too kinky....apparently!
3 Likes #10
smallsteve
Surprised people are commenting on the build quality on the yeti, as I bought one for my son during the Amazon Deal and I was surprised at how swallowed it was. Fact, it is so somebody could use it as a doorstop!

Either that's autocorrect or pretty damn kinky!
1 Like #11
The Rode NT-USB is on a lightning deal at £87.99 again for anyone who's interested:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KQPGRRE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_QewqybWCB5ZNE
#12
longback2
I got three of the blue Nessie mics on an Amazon deal a while back, if anyone wants one at cost price(£39.99) plus postage, let me know and I'll start a fs thread


yes please I will take one
#13
fegis
longback2
I got three of the blue Nessie mics on an Amazon deal a while back, if anyone wants one at cost price(£39.99) plus postage, let me know and I'll start a fs thread


yes please I will take one


please see the for sale thread and agree on it, thanks
1 Like #14
platypus07
The Rode NT-USB is on a lightning deal at £87.99 again for anyone who's interested:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00KQPGRRE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_QewqybWCB5ZNE


Just had a quick review and most people say it's the best mic for its price range, just ordered one up as my current mic has literally died a couple days ago
#15
Had one for about 24 months, the USB port in the bottom crapped out on me. It seemed heavy and substantial enough, but there we go.
I've since bought a £25 SubZero mic, for podcasting at 128kbps it sounds the same as the Yeti.
#16
HandfulOfAnt
Had one for about 24 months, the USB port in the bottom crapped out on me. It seemed heavy and substantial enough, but there we go.
I've since bought a £25 SubZero mic, for podcasting at 128kbps it sounds the same as the Yeti.
Which SubZero mic did you buy?
#17
#18
pubjoe
HandfulOfAnt
Had one for about 24 months, the USB port in the bottom crapped out on me. It seemed heavy and substantial enough, but there we go.
I've since bought a £25 SubZero mic, for podcasting at 128kbps it sounds the same as the Yeti.
Which SubZero mic did you buy?


I went for the 500 with a shock mount.

http://www.gear4music.com/Recording-and-Computers/SubZero-SZC-500-USB-Condenser-Microphone/10GW
#19
Thanks. That sounds like a great bargain, was it really as cheap as £25?

My son wants a mic for Christmas. I was about to go for the Blue Yeti but now I'm thinking of this, SubZero SZC-500 including closed headphones - which I guess he'll also need.

http://www.gear4music.com/Recording-and-Computers/SubZero-SZC-500-USB-Condenser-Microphone-Recording-Pack/164K


Edited By: pubjoe on Dec 03, 2016 16:36
#20
pubjoe
Thanks. That sounds like a great bargain, was it really as cheap as £25?

My son wants a mic for Christmas. I was about to go for the Blue Yeti but now I'm thinking of this, SubZero SZC-500 including closed headphones - which I guess he'll also need.

http://www.gear4music.com/Recording-and-Computers/SubZero-SZC-500-USB-Condenser-Microphone-Recording-Pack/164K



If your son is only going to be using it on his pc/tablet, then this will be more than enough. You'd have to get a cheap mic stand to go on his desk.
The Yeti comes with its own stand and has different modes for side address, all around or duo modes, but if he is only using it by himself he'll never use them.
#21
He may also like to record with a friend, so I am still debating whether to get the Yeti for those features.

Really difficult decision. There's little information about the SubZero brand.
#22
pubjoe
He may also like to record with a friend, so I am still debating whether to get the Yeti for those features.

Really difficult decision. There's little information about the SubZero brand.


I use it for podcasting and it records at broadcast quality. Check out the Pile of Shame PC podcast, you'll hear me there.
#23
Nice podcast. I laughed at the British Ghostbusters cast.

Still haven't bought yet. Did you really get the SZC-500 for £25? Now you've said that, I kind of feel I'd be overpaying at ~£50 and might as well get the Yeti at £80 delivered.

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