GOLD Blue Microphone Yeti Nano USB - Cubano - Brand New Stock - £52.95 delivered @ VelocityElectronics @ eBay
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GOLD Blue Microphone Yeti Nano USB - Cubano - Brand New Stock - £52.95 delivered @ VelocityElectronics @ eBay

£52.95£7933%eBay Deals
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Posted 28th Jul
Same cheap price now as the Vivid Blue one, so thought it deserved a deal thread all on its own, instead of adding it to the other one and it getting missed

One is £52 delivered, but if you use the multi-buy discount, you can get 2 or more for only £50 each!

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Direct buy link for Gold one here:
ebay.co.uk/itm…649

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Legendary Blue Broadcast Sound
Yeti Nano is a premium USB microphone designed for broadcast-quality podcasting, YouTube productions, game streaming, Skype/VoIP and voice-over work. Inspired by the selling Blue Yeti microphone, Yeti Nano features 24-bit sound quality, a compact design, and plug 'n play operation for instant streaming with your PC or Mac. The premium finish looks great on camera and on any desktop. With a no-latency headphone output and controls for headphone volume, mic mute, and pickup pattern, Yeti Nano is the essential mic for modern broadcasters.

System Requirements
PC: Windows 7, 8.1, 10; USB 1.1/2.0/3.0*
MAC: macOS (10.10 or higher); USB 1.1/2.0/3.0*
Technical Specs
Power Required/Consumption: 5V 150mA
Sample Rate: 48kHz
Bit Rate: 24-bit
Capsules: 2 Blue-proprietary 14mm condenser capsules
Polar Patterns: Cardioid, Omnidirectional
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Sensitivity: 4.5mV/Pa (1 kHz)
Max SPL: 120dB (THD: 0.5% 1kHz)
Premium Quality Sound and Recording
Additional Features
Mounting options: Desktop, Shockmount, Boom Arm, Camera Tripod, Mic Stand
Removable stand
Zero Latency Headphone monitoring
Mute button
Adjustable Microphone Gain (via Desktop App)
USB output
Works with: Skype, YouTube, GoToMeeting, Discord, Twitch, Soundcloud, XSplit, OurStream and more

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Your Message—Loud and Clear
Yeti Nano includes everything you need to broadcast your message with crystal clarity. Blue designed two new proprietary mic capsules specifically tuned to give your voice exceptional presence and detail. Plus, Yeti Nano supports high-quality 24-bit/48kHz recording. So you can give your podcast, video, or Twitch stream even better production value. Whether you’re gaming, making a business call, or recording something new, you’ll be heard loud and clear every time.

Designed for Easy Streaming and Recording
Every aspect of Yeti Nano is designed to help modern broadcasters record and stream easily. The compact footprint and all-new aesthetic fits perfectly on any desktop and looks great on camera. The built-in metal stand makes it easy to adjust the angle of the mic exactly where you need it. When you’re ready to make a call or recording, just plug your headphones into the no-latency headphone port and adjust the volume to hear your voice in real time. And if you need to sneeze mid-stream? Just tap instant mute and make all the noise you want without being heard.

Capture Your Voice, or Many
Whether you plan to record a single source, or multiple sources at once, Yeti Nano gives you flexibility with two pickup-pattern modes to choose from. Simply tap the pattern-selection button to set the one that’s right for your project. Cardioid mode is perfect for podcasts with a single host, game streaming, Skype calls, vocal performances, voiceovers and instruments. Omnidirectional mode is best used when you want to have a conference call with multiple participants in the same room, or record a multi-person interview for a podcast.

Hassle-Free Setup
Yeti Nano couldn’t be easier to set up and use. Simply plug the microphone into a USB port on your Mac or PC, and you’re ready to record or stream right away. Yeti Nano is compatible with a wide range of software and operating systems. So when you connect to your computer, Yeti Nano is automatically recognized and ready to broadcast your voice in stunning detail.

Accessorize Your Studio
Transform your desktop into a broadcast studio with a Compass broadcast boom arm, Radius III shockmount and Yeti Nano. With professional features, studio sound quality and sleek on-camera looks, you’ll have everything you need for professional podcasting, YouTube productions, Twitch streaming, online calls and voice-over work.

Streamlined Control
For quick direct control, the Blue Sherpa companion app helps you get the most from Yeti Nano. Mute and unmute your mic and headphones, fine-tune gain and levels, switch polar patterns, and change sample rates all in one place. Sherpa will also download firmware updates directly to your Yeti Nano, seamlessly keeping you up to date.
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25 Comments
Very good price! Heat added
benhornsby199928/07/2019 18:01

Very good price! Heat added


Thanks ben, no idea how they are able to flog them for this price but they are, got one of these as will go better with my gold office
bitcoin528/07/2019 18:26

Thanks ben, no idea how they are able to flog them for this price but they …Thanks ben, no idea how they are able to flog them for this price but they are, got one of these as will go better with my gold office


No problem and exactly what I was thinking but I ain’t complaining a gold office how posh
benhornsby199928/07/2019 18:36

No problem and exactly what I was thinking but I ain’t complaining ( …No problem and exactly what I was thinking but I ain’t complaining a gold office how posh


Not as posh as this one is...

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You could buy a dynamic mic like the behringer xm8500 with an audio interface (UM2/UMC22) for cheaper and it would sound better and be far better for background noise. Decent for plug&play and simplicity if you can't be bothered.
bitcoin528/07/2019 18:39

Not as posh as this one is... [Image]


Well I’m disappointed then
is this new or graded?
tempt28/07/2019 18:46

is this new or graded?


Brand spanking tempt.. bet you are tempted now

New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. See the seller's listing for full details.
MasterAK28/07/2019 18:39

You could buy a dynamic mic like the behringer xm8500 with an audio …You could buy a dynamic mic like the behringer xm8500 with an audio interface (UM2/UMC22) for cheaper and it would sound better and be far better for background noise. Decent for plug&play and simplicity if you can't be bothered.


Definitely a cheaper way into dynamic microphones. However, you still need a pop filter, XLR cable, and mic stand on top to add on to the costs.
TheTechAuthor28/07/2019 19:35

Definitely a cheaper way into dynamic microphones. However, you still need …Definitely a cheaper way into dynamic microphones. However, you still need a pop filter, XLR cable, and mic stand on top to add on to the costs.


I have the MKE600. Only had it because it's versatile, can use it as boom mic for green screen, interview, mounted on top of camera, or desk mic. Noticed the huge quality difference compared to one of those cheapy standard PC mics straight away, no idea how these Yeti desk mics perform but i heard they are good for the money.
WelshJester28/07/2019 20:43

I have the MKE600. Only had it because it's versatile, can use it as boom …I have the MKE600. Only had it because it's versatile, can use it as boom mic for green screen, interview, mounted on top of camera, or desk mic. Noticed the huge quality difference compared to one of those cheapy standard PC mics straight away, no idea how these Yeti desk mics perform but i heard they are good for the money.


I just had a look at that mic. Looks decent, but, like I've mentioned in the other Blue mic thread, a mic like the MKE600 is for those who intend to do more semi-professional/professional level work. Blue Yeti USB mics are pretty good (I still have the full-size Yeti), so they're better suited for more casual uses. But no mic will compensate for echo and reverb from bare walls.
Edited by: "TheTechAuthor" 28th Jul
TheTechAuthor28/07/2019 21:15

I just had a look at that mic. Looks decent, but, like I've mentioned in …I just had a look at that mic. Looks decent, but, like I've mentioned in the other Blue mic thread, a mic like the MKE600is for those who intend to do more semi-professional/professional level work. Blue Yeti USB mics are pretty good (I still have the full-size Yeti), so there better suited for more casual uses. But no mic will compensate for echo and reverb from bare walls.


Regardless of all of that, I now suggest that you ALL follow @TheTechAuthor for any of your audio technical questions and recommendations.. I have

Thank you for all your detailed and very genuine input, glad I am not the only one out of 1.9 million members trying to help!
bitcoin528/07/2019 21:19

Regardless of all of that, I now suggest that you ALL follow …Regardless of all of that, I now suggest that you ALL follow @TheTechAuthor for any of your audio technical questions and recommendations.. I have Thank you for all your detailed and very genuine input, glad I am not the only one out of 1.9 million members trying to help!


I appreciate the support and enthusiasm. But there's still quite a lot to learn for me in the realms of audio recording. Just happy to pass on the more fundamental basics that I've picked up over the last few years of doing video voice-overs and audio-books, that's all.
TheTechAuthor28/07/2019 19:35

Definitely a cheaper way into dynamic microphones. However, you still need …Definitely a cheaper way into dynamic microphones. However, you still need a pop filter, XLR cable, and mic stand on top to add on to the costs.


You can get an ebay desk arm and pop filter for £6:

ebay.co.uk/itm…Yrw

My entire set up along with XLR cable, pop filter, audio interface, desk arm and dynamic mic came to like £49.
Can anyone tell me if this would be a good bit of kit for doing voiceovers in my videos? I’m all about simple and definitely don’t want to buy tons of kit just to pull this off, ideally I just want to plug and play on my Mac
john.donovan29/07/2019 01:09

Can anyone tell me if this would be a good bit of kit for doing voiceovers …Can anyone tell me if this would be a good bit of kit for doing voiceovers in my videos? I’m all about simple and definitely don’t want to buy tons of kit just to pull this off, ideally I just want to plug and play on my Mac


Focus on improving the acoustics of the room you plan to record the VO's in. Blankets, towels, pillows, etc are low cost ways of achieving this, but not very slick or efficient for longer term use.

Otherwise, acoustic paneling (bought or made), will help deaden the noise in the room and reduce echo and reverb from the surrounding walls.

Search YouTube for 'Booth Junkie' or have a look at something like this:

Hope that helps.

john.donovan29/07/2019 01:09

Can anyone tell me if this would be a good bit of kit for doing voiceovers …Can anyone tell me if this would be a good bit of kit for doing voiceovers in my videos? I’m all about simple and definitely don’t want to buy tons of kit just to pull this off, ideally I just want to plug and play on my Mac


Yes. Simple, easy and good sound.
Plug and play.
How is this in comparison to the hyper x quadcast mic? Looking to use it for some twitchtv streaming instead of the headset mic. Will it be a noticeable improvement over the hyper x cloud flight mic? Thanks I advance
wasnt there a blue one for sale cheaper a few days ago?
TheTechAuthor29/07/2019 08:04

Focus on improving the acoustics of the room you plan to record the VO's …Focus on improving the acoustics of the room you plan to record the VO's in. Blankets, towels, pillows, etc are low cost ways of achieving this, but not very slick or efficient for longer term use.Otherwise, acoustic paneling (bought or made), will help deaden the noise in the room and reduce echo and reverb from the surrounding walls.Search YouTube for 'Booth Junkie' or have a look at something like this:Hope that helps. [Video]


Hi -just wanted to say thanks for your recommendation the other day for the RODE NT1-A Mic & Focusrite Scarlett mixer. Purchased now, been wanting to get a premium VO Kit for some time!
ben.venn30/07/2019 11:45

Hi -just wanted to say thanks for your recommendation the other day for …Hi -just wanted to say thanks for your recommendation the other day for the RODE NT1-A Mic & Focusrite Scarlett mixer. Purchased now, been wanting to get a premium VO Kit for some time!


Awesome, enjoy and good luck recording those VO's.

I also stand corrected about the towels for acoustically treating your room:

How do you get it for that price?
Now up to £64 odd, but still £20 less than the rest!
all my favorites twitch streamer hace this one ^^
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