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Best Blue Microphones Yeti deals in September 2021: the best Blue Yeti deals across the full USB microphone range

Best Blue Microphones Yeti deals in September 2021: the best Blue Yeti deals across the full USB microphone range
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If you're on the lookout for the best Blue Microphones Yeti deals right now then you've come to the right place. The Blue Yeti series of desktop USB microphones  has achieved near-total ubiquity in the streaming, vlogging and podcasting spaces thanks to its plug-and-play simplicity.

Any content creator, of any skill level, can now dramatically enhance the quality of their pods, videos, streams and more without the hassle of operating external mixers, audio interfaces and other such gear.

Over time, Blue Microphones has expanded its range in a significant way, with a broader selection covering different sizes, functionality and budgets. From mics designed specifically for gamers through to hybrid mics which can connect to traditional sources as well as your laptop or PC; there is now a Yeti mic to meet the different needs of today’s broad landscape of content creators, regardless of the content they end up creating.

Here, we’ve found some of the best Blue Microphones Yeti deals online right now. If you haven’t already, you can read for yourself why Blue is still one of the biggest names in USB microphones, and maybe you'll grab yourself a cheap Blue Yeti mic deal at the same time.

Best Blue Microphones Yeti deals: Meet the mics

Blue Microphones Yeti deals: Blue Yeti Nano

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Blue Yeti Nano

Small but perfectly formed studio mic

Specifications
Price: $99/£89
Type: Condenser
Connectivity: USB
Pickup pattern: Cardioid, Omnidirectional
Features: Headphone out, volume, mute button
Reasons to buy
+Sounds great +Small footprint
Reasons to avoid
-Loses two pickup patterns

If there’s one thing you can say about the standard Yeti, it’s that it’s large. And, with the base on, heavy. For those of us with small studio spaces, it might be desirable to have a smaller mic.

If there’s one thing you can say about the Yeti range as a whole, it’s that they are large microphones. When fitted with the base they can dominate a desk, and if your studio is anything like ours, space is usually at a premium. If this sounds familiar, there is an alternative in the Blue Yeti Nano which, as the name would suggest, is much smaller than its stablemates.

By combining the superb audio quality and simple operation of the range, yet minimising the size of the housing, the Blue Yeti Nano is ideal for anyone with limited space. The Nano does lose some of the functionality of its bigger brothers – you only get two pickup patterns, rather than four – but for the average user this shouldn’t prove too much of a problem. Overall, the Blue Yeti Nano is ideal for podcasting, streaming and recording vocals, and delivers exceptional sound quality for the price. 

Blue Microphones Yeti deals: Blue Yeti Standard

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Blue Yeti Standard

The original desktop USB mic

Specifications
Price: $129/£119
Type: Condenser
Connectivity: USB
Pickup pattern: Cardioid, Stereo, Omnidirectional, Bidirectional
Features: Gain control, mute button, headphone out
Reasons to buy
+Ready for anything+Hefty build
Reasons to avoid
-Too heavy to be truly portable

The one that started it all. The Blue Yeti Standard, as it is now known, is arguably the most famous USB microphone there is, and it’s still going strong. From streamers to vloggers, and podcasters to voice-overs, the original Blue Yeti can do it all. Its versatility is down to the fact it’s essentially a number of different microphones bundled into one, thanks to its multiple selectable pickup patterns. It is as comfortable in the middle of a table picking up a group discussion as it is in front of a solo voice, and the results are always great.

The Blue Yeti couldn’t be easier to use either; simply plug it in, and off you go. There’s a single button on the front to mute the mic, and a headphone output so you can monitor your recordings in real time, but other than that there’s not a huge amount to get to grips with. It’s a heavy microphone, which gives confidence it won’t be knocked over but does limit its application, however as a ‘set and forget’ microphone for your studio or desktop, the Blue Yeti is still the one to beat.

Read the full Blue Mics Yeti review

Blue Microphones Yeti deals: Blue Yeti X

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Blue Yeti X

All-in-one specialist streaming mic

Specifications
Price: $169/£159
Type: Condenser
Connectivity: USB
Pickup pattern: Cardioid, Stereo, Omnidirectional, Bidirectional
Features: LED meter, multifunction knob, customisable lighting
Reasons to buy
+Superb software+Customisable
Reasons to avoid
-Pretty pricey

As streaming has rocketed in popularity, so too has the number of USB microphones aimed at appealing to this market. Streamers are generally looking for more from their equipment than, say, podcasters, as their work is carried out in real-time. There’s no going back and tweaking a sound afterwards. The Blue Yeti X aims to make the process of streaming your voice as simple as possible, and has a few neat tricks to speed up the workflow. 

We loved the bundled software package, which offers a selection of voice presets to add that professional sheen. The multifunctional knob adds genuine value too, meaning you can adjust gain levels and audio blend from a single place. Customisable RGB colouring enhances the Yeti X’s gaming credentials, making for a fully-featured, top quality mic package.

Blue Microphones Yeti deals: Blue Yeti Pro

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Blue Yeti Pro

Dual-functionality adds extra potential

Specifications
Price: $249/£250
Type: Condenser
Connectivity: USB and XLR
Pickup pattern: Cardioid, Stereo, Omnidirectional, Bidirectional
Features: Gain control, mute button, headphone out
Reasons to buy
+XLR output+Increased sound quality
Reasons to avoid
-There are cheaper XLR mics available

One of the main constraints of the standard model Yeti is that it connects purely via USB. This isn’t a criticism – it is a USB mic, after all – but it does limit its application somewhat. Step forward, Blue Yeti Pro. By combining everything that makes the standard Yeti so good, with an added XLR output, you now have a mic that can connect to anything, thus making it the most versatile in the range. 

Admittedly, you can pick up XLR-only mics which offer similar, if not better, sound quality for less than the cost of the Yeti Pro, but in offering both USB and traditional connections in the same mic you have a jack-of-all-trades tool that will excel at anything.

Chris Corfield

Chris Corfield is a journalist with over 12 years of experience writing for some of the music world's biggest brands including Orange Amplification, MusicRadar, Guitar World Total Guitar and Dawsons Music. Chris loves getting nerdy about everything from guitar gear and synths, to microphones and music production hardware.