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Blue Microphones Snowball
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Blue Microphones Snowball
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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Like getting 3 microphones in one with a 3 postion swith just above the USB connector. 1 Activates the Cardioid Capsule 2 Activates the Cardioid Capsule with a -10db pad(loud situations) 3 Activates the Omni Capsule Missing in the box Microphone stand and USB Cable that by early annoucments would be in the box. They are not. I guess that most highend mircophones do not come with these items so why should the SnowBall?

Price paid

$139.00

OVERALL OPINION

An excellent USB studio microphone.

For the most part very easy to use going into GarageBand. Can be a little tricky to get some audio software to recognize the SnowBall. No USB drives on the website. Not very windows friendly.

The B.L.U.E. SnowBall is well built.

This has to be the most interesting looking micrphone that I have ever seen and used. The retro looks catches your eye and the great quality makes you think that this may be the only USB Microphone that anyone needs. A big WOW factor the 1st time you see it!

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: macbodock ( 9-, 2005)
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