Blue Yeti’s Pro XLR Microphone is now $100 off

Your mic may not be your first choice for an upgrade, especially when purchasing a more expensive mic, you’ll run into new issues of choosing between USB or XLR options. High-end microphones often use XLR connectors, but they add another layer to the upgrade decision: what audio interface are you using, and do you need an amplifier to boost it?

The Blue Yeti Pro sidesteps this problem by being either an XLR mic or a USB mic, and now it costs about as much as much smaller options on the market.for $150, the Blue Yeti Pro is an easy choice if you need to record audio in better quality than you already have. Gaming headsets have their limitations, and it’s best to separate the headset quality from the microphone, especially if you plan on streaming.