Blue Microphones have introduced a trio of new microphones to its range at CES 2012 this week in Las Vegas in the form of the Tiki, Spark Digital and Mikey Digital mics.
The Blue Microphone Tiki is the worlds first microphone say Blue, to mimic the way that humans hear. Enabling it to focusing on specific sounds, cut down on background noise and automatically know when to mute itself completely, and will be available for $59
Another worlds first is the new BlueSpark Digital, which is a studio grade mic that offers both USb and iPad connectivity for on the move recordings, and what Blue calls “the first professional recording option” for Apple’s iPad. The Blue Spark Digital will set you back a heft $199, but comes complete with a desk stand equipped with built-in shockmount, cables for both USB and iPad.
Lastly Blue has also unveiled its new Mikey Digital mic for iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. A plug-and-play mic featuring automatic and manual gain control and a multi-source aux input for tracking guitar and other instruments using your iOS Apple device.
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