Yeti Nano is a broadcast-quality USB mic for gaming, streaming, podcasting, YouTube videos and more. Yeti Nano features Blue VO!CEeffects, 24-bit sound quality and plug ’n play operation with Mac or PC. With a no-latency headphone output and onboard controls, Yeti Nano is the essential mic for today’s streamers.
Legendary Blue broadcast sound
Yeti Nano features 2 custom mic capsules to give your voice exceptional presence and detail for professional-level recording and streaming.
Blue VO!CE software
Elevate your streamings and recordings with clear broadcast vocal sound and entertain your audience with enhanced effects, advanced modulation and HD audio samples.*
Multiple pickup patterns
The cardioid pattern is perfect for recording and streaming, while omni puts you “in the room” for conference calls.
Monitor your audio recordings with precision thanks to the onboard headphone output and volume control, ensuring great sound every time.
Pro Gaming Microphone
Give your game stream the production value it deserves. With the Yeti USB microphone, you’ll be heard loud and clear every time.
Plug 'n play onMac and PC
Instantly start recording and streaming on Mac or PC.
Compact footprint and aesthetic
Fits great on any desktop and looks great on camera, simply plug 'n play on your Mac or PC and start recording instantly.
Quickly adjust headphone volume, mic mute and pickup pattern so you can focus on your performance and connect directly to your computer or laptop via the included USB cable.
*Advanced Blue VO!CE is compatible with Yeti, Yeti Nano and Yeti X. To access Blue VO!CE, download Logitech’s free G HUB software.
A:AnswerHello Richard, the $99 model is the Yeti Nano, while the $129 model is the original Yeti. There are a few differences between the two models. The biggest difference is that the Yeti is a 3 capsule design that can go between 4 different polar patterns: Cardioid (in front of the mic), Bi-Directional (front and back), Omnidirectional (all around), Stereo (Left/Right). The Yeti Nano has 2 capsules and can switch between Cardioid and Omnidirectional polar patterns. For interviews, you would use the Omnidirectional pattern on the Nano and Omnidirectional or Bi-Directional patterns on the Yeti.
A:AnswerThere are two things that could help. First is making sure your microphone is on the cardiod mode. While this mode is enabled, make sure to position your microphone with the volume knob facing your mouth. Your voice will sound the clearest this way BUT also ignoring any sounds directly behind your microphone. So the best position for the microphone will be in-between you and your keyboard. Secondly, buying a microphone arm holder will be great to minimize noise. What this allows you to do is position your microphone very close to your mouth, 1-5 inches away. This will let you turn down your microphone’s sensitivity (otherwise known as gain) which will pickup less noise around the blue yeti nano, such as your keyboard. I hope this helps.