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    Have any of you noticed that, now that Bill O'Reilly is no longer with FoxNews, his "home office" broadcast mic is a Blue Yeti?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JefferySmith View Post
    Have any of you noticed that, now that Bill O'Reilly is no longer with FoxNews, his "home office" broadcast mic is a Blue Yeti?
    Never watch it, but I can say for sure if you can see the brand name, he's getting paid for that product placement. I doubt that's the only mic on him, or if it is, that its innards are actually the same as what you'd buy at Amazon. Not saying a Blue Yeti is a bad mic - seems like they sell a crapload of them. But think about it. Here's a guy worth millions of dollars who has been broadcast with the best equipment available, and now he's using a $100 mic? I'm not that gullible.
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    Hi Si. You'll certainly get lots of valuable advice from people here. Also you could try Pinterest 1193 best Home Recording Tips images on Pinterest | Audio studio, Sound studio and Music . Go to Pinterest and in the search bar simply type in Home Recording. E-Home Recording will also get you lots of information. There's plenty there on Home Studios, Microphones, and Pop Filters and a whole lot more. It is visual too with lots of photos and graphics. Enjoy your journey and learning.

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    I late getting into this thread, so I hope I'm not just repeating others' comments. To me, the only thing that distinguishes the Rode Broadcaster from other large diaphragm condenser mics is that it is end address rather than side address. I doubt that the mic would sound too different from the Blue Yeti.

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