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I used the original yeti but wanted something smaller and purchased the nano. Hated it for what I needed it for. The nano requires some basic software installation. I had an orange blinking light and had to find directions on YOUTUBE on how to deal with it, then still had compatibility issues with the voicetracking s… see more I used the original yeti but wanted something smaller and purchased the nano. Hated it for what I needed it for. The nano requires some basic software installation. I had an orange blinking light and had to find directions on YOUTUBE on how to deal with it, then still had compatibility issues with the voicetracking software I use. I never had any of these set up issues with the original yeti. You can plug it in and go. I was soooo disappointed. I would up buying another small mic, which worked but didn't sound as great as my yeti. GET THE ORIGINAL! see less I used the original yeti but wanted something smaller and purchased the nano. Hated it for what I needed it for. The nano requires some basic software installation. I had an orange blinking light and had to find directions on YOUTUBE on how to deal with it, then still had compatibility issues with the voicetracking software I use. I never had any of these set up issues with the original yeti. You can plug it in and go. I was soooo disappointed. I would up buying another small mic, which worked but didn't sound as great as my yeti. GET THE ORIGINAL!
Nikki Strong
· April 10, 2021
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Mine did not.
Julia Nicholas-Duprey
· March 6, 2021
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Consistent inventory of home office tech has been difficult due to the global pandemic. You could image that prices fluctuate based on supply and demand.
Hans Reisgies
· March 17, 2021
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I think u meant can u use it as a regular mic without computer. The answer is not without a soundcard to plug it into I believe.
T & J
· September 27, 2020
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Yes. I believe it would...just tested it. I have an older Samsung Chromebook. Just plugged the Nano into the USB port and then went to the settings menu and selected the audio dropdown menu that is located near the volume/audio bar...the Yeti was listed there as the default input device. No setup. I do not have any pro… see more Yes. I believe it would...just tested it. I have an older Samsung Chromebook. Just plugged the Nano into the USB port and then went to the settings menu and selected the audio dropdown menu that is located near the volume/audio bar...the Yeti was listed there as the default input device. No setup. I do not have any programs that I could use to record with on my Chromebook so that is far as I took my little test. Good luck! see less Yes. I believe it would...just tested it. I have an older Samsung Chromebook. Just plugged the Nano into the USB port and then went to the settings menu and selected the audio dropdown menu that is located near the volume/audio bar...the Yeti was listed there as the default input device. No setup. I do not have any programs that I could use to record with on my Chromebook so that is far as I took my little test. Good luck!
Phillippia
· August 28, 2019
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Its not really how far, its more what angle. You could be 2 meters awày and still be picked up but be in a 70 degree angle and now be picked up at all. Though i would say that its range is pretty good
snowbuddy257
· August 3, 2020
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Yeti Nano requires a Mac or PC with USB connection. For use with an iOS device, please look into our Raspberry mic: https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Raspberry-Premium-Microphone-Lightning/dp/B01LVY346Q
Blue Microphones
Manufacturer · October 15, 2018
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No. As soon as you plug the microphone into your USB port the blue yeti driver is installed. You must then go to settings and designate the new Yeti microphone as the default mic. There are instructional videos on the Blue Yeti site or on a google search.
peddoc
· October 31, 2020
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Headphones are not included but you can plug your headphones into the mic.
LMCS, LLC
Seller · August 17, 2020
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The Yeti Nano supports the radius II and III mounts from Blue so it is likely that your existing mount works. It comes with a 5/8” thread adapter.
John.Moore4
Seller · September 11, 2019