blue microphones

  • Blue debuts wireless headphones with a built-in amp and noise canceling

    Blue debuts wireless headphones with a built-in amp and noise canceling

    I was a bit cautious when Blue debuted its first set of headphones. I’m not sure why, exactly, but it’s always hard to say how a company known for something specific will transition into a new – albeit related – category. Turns out there was really nothing to worry about. Like the company’s various microphones, all of its headphone offerings have been pretty… Read More

  • Blue’s Yeti USB mic will ship with a copy of ‘Watchdogs 2’ for some reason

    Blue’s Yeti USB mic will ship with a copy of ‘Watchdogs 2’ for some reason

    I’ve always considered Blue’s USB microphones a podcasting tool — and I suspect Blue has, as well. They’re easy to use, they sound good and they’re affordable. Heck, I recorded my bit of the last TechCrunch podcast on a Snowball. The mics have also made a splash in the gaming community, presumably for all of the reasons mentioned above. To really drive the… Read More

  • Blue Releases A New Set Of Headphones

    Blue Releases A New Set Of Headphones

    I’m a big fan of the Blue Mo-Fi headphones. They sounds great and I can wear them all day. But they’re too large to travel and have a built-in preamp, which requires recharging. Enter the Lola. This little set of cans sounds like a perfect lower-cost alternative to the Mo-Fi. The Lola headphones are slightly smaller thanks in part to the lack of built-in preamp. Thankfully they… Read More

  • Blue Microphone Styled By Dr. Dre Takes Center Stage On American Idol

    Blue makes some pretty good microphones. So when they teamed up with Interscope Records and Beats by Dre, they created a monster mic. The mic is so good, purportedly, that it is featured on American Idol. The young idolers started using the mic during last night’s performance. Read More

  • Blue Microphones' Mikey For Flip: The Add-On Mic That Your Flip Camera Desperately Needs

    This should fix one issue I’ve always had with Flip (and Flip-like) cameras. It’s a “professional-quality” external microphone called Mikey for Flip. Developed by Blue Microphones, you plug it in, and then you’ll actually be able to hear audio produced by a Flip camera. A novel idea! Read More