Blue Yeti USB microphone All colors £79.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
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Blue Yeti USB microphone All colors £79.99 @ Amazon Prime Day

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Found 17th Jul
Blue Yeti USB microphone All colors (exclude silver and blackout), cost only 79.9 pounds, if you are a prime student member , simply apply STUDENT15 code, the final price will be 64.9 pounds
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Was just umming and aahing over this one- also a much better bargain to be had with this mic for today:


amazon.co.uk/MXL…OLE

if you don't mind it not being USB.

From what I gather, it's probably a very bad idea to go down the gift card route as it can take up to 48 hours.
My daughter is after a microphone for her birthday - she sings. Which one is best for this and do I need to buy anything else?
dani.selley-busby46 m ago

My daughter is after a microphone for her birthday - she sings. Which one …My daughter is after a microphone for her birthday - she sings. Which one is best for this and do I need to buy anything else?


As far as I remember from my research, microphones come in two varieties. Usb and something involving additional equipment (I didn't look too much into those).

For this price range, there are 4 main microphones you can't go wrong with. This one, the rode nt usb, a audiotechnica one (2020 I believe) and the razor one. The differences seem to be minimal and are more personal preference than actual performance (people will argue this but this is the general advice I saw repeated).

I personally would have gone with the rode because of the design but it's at 114 on sale whereas I can get this for 65.

All the microphones mentioned just use usb so you plug and play and download audacity to fine tune anything.
dani.selley-busby1 h, 3 m ago

My daughter is after a microphone for her birthday - she sings. Which one …My daughter is after a microphone for her birthday - she sings. Which one is best for this and do I need to buy anything else?


Well- and the one I linked to above of course which is massively reduced.

But it all depends on what she wants to do.

A microphone on its own is completely useless of course- is she going to be singing through an amp/PA? Do you need this amplification?
Or would she be recording with the microphone? If so, what recording equipment does she already have? The microphone I linked to is for recording. The industry standard (& affordable) microphone for performing/amplifying with is an SM57/58.

I doubt this USB microphone is going to be the best microphone for any singer, especially with no XLS jacks which is the standard connection on microphones.
It looks like it's been around this price or cheaper in the past packaged with a current PC game... I'll wait for one of those to come back up.
jg2131 h, 9 m ago

It looks like it's been around this price or cheaper in the past packaged …It looks like it's been around this price or cheaper in the past packaged with a current PC game... I'll wait for one of those to come back up.


BOught one from amazon a few days back and it arrived today.I paid 79.95 so 5p more but I got the ghost recon game. I also wanted the back which is still £99.99
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