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Blue Snowball iCE USB Mic for Recording and Streaming on Windows

$48

Blue Snowball iCE USB Mic for Recording and Streaming on Windows

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Product description

Blue Snowball iCE USB Microphone (White)
Get incredible sound for podcasting, streaming, and recording with Blue Microphones' plug-and-play Snowball iCE. The compact USB mic features a cardioid condenser capsule that captures every detail of your voice. It delivers 16bit/44.1kHZ digital resolution --- excellent for YouTube Livestreams, Skype calls, and any voice software. Snowball iCE's cardioid pickup pattern captures the audio source in front of the microphone. This gives you a rich, full-bodied sound well-suited for solo podcasts and live streams. To get the most out of Snowball iCE, leave at least 6" of space between your mouth and the mic. Ensure to position Snowball iCE approximately 45-degrees (either left or right) to prevent plosives.

TECHNICAL SPECS:

  • Element: Condenser, Pressure Gradient
  • Polar Pattern: Cardioid
  • Sound Field: Mono
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz - 18kHz
  • A/D Conversion: 16Bit
  • Sample Rate: 44.1kHz
  • Compatible with: macOS 10.10+ and Windows 10/8.1/7 with Available 64MB RAM
  • Power Source: USB Bus Power
  • Weight: 1.01 LB
  • Accessories: 6.5-FT USB Cable

    Also Comes With:

    Blucoil Boom Arm Plus Pop Filter
    The Blucoil Boom Arm Pop Filter is designed to free your hands from always holding your microphone during studio recordings, podcasts, or live performances. The 30" long mic boom arm accommodates all kinds of microphones and shock mounts (3/8" to 5/8" threading adapter and mic clip are included). It is made of heavy-duty steel and zinc alloyed parts. You can adjust the boom mic 360-degrees. The foldable boom arm comes with a removable Pop Filter. The 2-layer mesh blocks the air blasted from the user's mouth and disperses any remaining air pressure. It effectively reduces hisses and environmental noise caused by plosive sounds. "b"*NOTE: Install the boom arm vertically for it to hold up the weight of a 3.3 LB microphone.
  • Blue Snowball iCE USB Mic for Recording and Streaming on Windows

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