Blue Yeticaster Studio USB Microphone Bundle

Blue Yeticaster Studio USB Microphone Bundle

Get the Yeti USB mic, Compass boom arm, Radius shock mount, and the recording/mastering software you need, with Blue's Yeticaster Studio microphone bundle.

BLUE Icicle USB Microphone Interface

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Sample/Word: 44.1K/16 bit

Power Consumption: 200mA (from USB bus)

System Requirements
Macintosh: Mac OSX with USB 1.1 or 2.0 and 64 MB RAM (minimum)

Windows: XP Home Edition, Professional or Vista with USB 1.1 or 2.0 and 64 MB RAM (minimum)
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 818-879-5200

BLUE Icicle USB Mic Interface

The Icicle is Blue's stylish USB converter and mic preamp combo that allows you to connect any XLR microphone directly into your computer via USB! The Icicle features a studio quality microphone preamp, 48V phantom power, fully balanced low noise front end, analog gain control, and driverless operation. Setup is a snap! The Icicle works with both dynamic and condenser microphones, providing high quality and hassle-free connectivity with Mac or PC. Whether you're using a microphone for digital recording, podcasting, voice messaging, or voice recognition applications, the Icicle is the quick and easy way to get connected.


- Plug and record - no special drivers required
- Built-in studio quality USB microphone preamp
- Supplies 48V phantom power for condenser mics
- Fully balanced low noise analog front end
- Analog level control
- Phantom power active light
- Includes 6-ft USB cable
(10 ratings)
Submitted May 7, 2019 by Jake S in Minneapolis, MN
"It’s great for what it is..."
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I’ve had this little mic interface for years... There are no bells and whistles. This isn’t going to be your all-in-one solution for recording and mixing down most music, etc. If you need to do some voiceover work for training presentations, however - it’s much nicer than having to carry around a much larger (and expensive) I/O... and while the specs are clearly lower than what you can get in something like a Scarlett or one of the Steinbergs for another $50-100 or so - a lot of what I record will never come close to requiring that level of quality (pre or post mix). I have higher quality I/O’s as well - but, different toolsets for different purposes.Throw it in your bag with an a quality condenser (or headset), and you’re good to go. Recommended. That said, I see that Shure has something out now that seems may be a worthy competitor... I’m looking forward to checking that out as well. But, this has been doing me well for the better part of a decade (or more)... that says something huge in this space, where things generally become obsolete very quickly. It just works.
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