Blue Snowball iCE USB Microphone (Black) - £34.99 @ Amazon
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Blue Snowball iCE USB Microphone (Black) - £34.99 @ Amazon

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Found 11th Mar
It's never been easier to get amazing audio with your computer! For game streaming, podcasting or audio for your YouTubes-the Snowball Black iCE USB mic delivers audio quality that's light years aheadof standard headset mics or your computer's built-in microphone. Its custom condenser capsule with cardioid pattern offers crystal clear audio for Skype, Twitch, FaceTime, YouTube video narration and more. Plug and play for PC and Mac-no drivers required.



Box ContainsSnowball Black Microphone
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I really don't need this, already have 3 great gaming headsets with good Mics buuuut

My bodddddy's telling me yesss

Damn u hotukdeals
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I really don't need this, already have 3 great gaming headsets with good Mics buuuut

My bodddddy's telling me yesss

Damn u hotukdeals
My partner got the white/silver one a few months ago and she loves it.
I have the Blue Yeti and it’s a decent mic, the snowball although less features still performs very well. Especially for this price.
Works with ps4?
I bought this 3 weeks ago and it's great. Now having an argument with amazon prime about price matching their own price. They're having non of it

So I'll order a new one and send it straight back as the old one.

Muppets
any other mics people recommend? this looks good, but i've been lookin at blue yeti black edition and it has a few more bells and whistles...heat for the price on this though
Good price but personally I’d go for the Omnidirectional/Cardioid version.
This may not work with Windows 8.1. Nothing wrong with the mic, but there are issues with the usb audio driver.

Just do your research
Love a good snowball
Cold as iCE.... No pun intended...

Poor sound quality - no gold contacts.

Thanks for posting anyway.

Kindest regards
Thanks OP! Ordered. For anyone wondering if this is compatible with Windows 10, I have one already and it works perfectly.
had one of these for 4/5 years, very good for that price
Much bigger and heavier than I expected
Is this a good deal?
Just to let you know this isnt the lowest price its been33423789-Z5G6G.jpg
Good for webinars? Looking for something half decent.
worth for the money. thanks
I have it and use it for gaming it’s very clear and very easy to use.
ian1850 m ago

Good for webinars? Looking for something half decent.


It will be fine for webinars but it picks up everything so you may want to use a ‘push to talk’ setting
HigginsSamuel2 h, 3 m ago

Just to let you know this isnt the lowest price its been[Image]


Damn it, where did I leave my DeLorean!?
I got this for a similar price a while back and can confirm it's pretty amazing. Good audio quality, well built & stylish (I have it in white though). If you prefer speakers over headphones then this is really worth the money.
I use a pretty loud mechanical keyboard. Can anyone recommend a good mic that can be set up to not pick up the keyboard noise? For games, meetings, and podcasts/interviews. Currently using the mic built into my headset but it's pretty crappy.
Can I sing to it ?
Gone up to £49.99 now
edanfalls7 h, 5 m ago

I use a pretty loud mechanical keyboard. Can anyone recommend a good mic …I use a pretty loud mechanical keyboard. Can anyone recommend a good mic that can be set up to not pick up the keyboard noise? For games, meetings, and podcasts/interviews. Currently using the mic built into my headset but it's pretty crappy.



You'd want a dynamic microphone if you're just wanting to pick up one vocal source. You'd want to talk straight into the front of the microphone, like it's pointing directly at your mouth and be quite close to the microphone.

Most people on Youtube and twitch seem to use condensers (myself included) and then take steps to minimise the background noise/keyboard clicks etc.

Dynamic mics are like the shure SM-58 or the Audio Technica ATR2100
njh4real153 m ago

Gone up to £49.99 now


Dam missed it
njh4real153 m ago

Gone up to £49.99 now


Scroll down you can buy it in a bundle for less
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Virtute1 h, 44 m ago

You'd want a dynamic microphone if you're just wanting to pick up one …You'd want a dynamic microphone if you're just wanting to pick up one vocal source. You'd want to talk straight into the front of the microphone, like it's pointing directly at your mouth and be quite close to the microphone.Most people on Youtube and twitch seem to use condensers (myself included) and then take steps to minimise the background noise/keyboard clicks etc. Dynamic mics are like the shure SM-58 or the Audio Technica ATR2100


Great info, thanks
I have the yeti , do bear in mind is a great microphone but they pick up absolutely everything , the real-world use I prefer anything but these unless you live in extremely quiet room . And have a silent computer . I find good-quality lapel microphones are far more versatile and you can use of the filming to come at recording podcast and YouTube videos . They are okay these ones just have a quiet room
Virtute3 h, 43 m ago

You'd want a dynamic microphone if you're just wanting to pick up one …You'd want a dynamic microphone if you're just wanting to pick up one vocal source. You'd want to talk straight into the front of the microphone, like it's pointing directly at your mouth and be quite close to the microphone.Most people on Youtube and twitch seem to use condensers (myself included) and then take steps to minimise the background noise/keyboard clicks etc. Dynamic mics are like the shure SM-58 or the Audio Technica ATR2100


Also, polar pattern is equally important
Cameron58312th Mar

Also, polar pattern is equally important



I kind of agree, I find it matters more (in regards to background noise) with condensers than dynamic mics because of the sensitivity of condenser mics.

A cardioid mic like a snowball would still pic up the sound of a mechanical keyboard outside of it's polar pattern, just a little quieter than something with a wider polar pattern.
Anyone recommend a good headphone mic for gaming so I can run proper headphones(Beyerdynamics) rather than a gaming set with mic included, thanks in advance .
esq35853 h, 16 m ago

Anyone recommend a good headphone mic for gaming so I can run proper …Anyone recommend a good headphone mic for gaming so I can run proper headphones(Beyerdynamics) rather than a gaming set with mic included, thanks in advance .


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