Blue announces studio-quality Raspberry microphone for iOS and USB

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Blue’s new Raspberry microphone is a professional studio-quality microphone for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and PC that features patented microphone technology and new patent-pending internal acoustics that make it perfect for podcasts, on-location interviews, live streams, voice-overs, audio for YouTube, music recording and more in a small, portable format that allows for easy recording on the go.

“Raspberry is the ultimate microphone for modern creators looking to extend their recording capabilities beyond the desktop studio,” said John Maier, CEO of Blue. “With our patented circuitry and internal acoustic design, Raspberry delivers the performance of a professional studio microphone—anywhere. People today are creating outside the box and outside the studio, and with Raspberry, they have a professional USB and iOS mic that provides performance to match their ambitions.”

The Blue Raspberry microphone has a built-in volume control and a headphone jack for easy monitoring. It also folds up for transport.

You can find more information at www.bluemic.com/products/raspberry and order a Blue Raspberry for $199.99 (MSRP) from Amazon.

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  • Michael Applen September 30, 2016, 3:03 pm

    I’ve purchased Blue microphones and headphones in the past. Blue used to be a company that I thought cared about their customers and their products. After being treated terribly by their sales team and given “I don’t know” or “No, I can’t” when I asked where I could buy their new Raspberry Microphone or where I could read a review about their new product, I am completely baffled how they are surviving. I am the exact consumer that they should want showing interest in this product and wanted to purchase one before I was treated so poorly by their sales associate when I called in. When I was told, “that’s a Marketing related question” about where the reviews were able to be found online and then asked to speak with someone from Marketing, then I was told, “no one from Marketing is here.” Really, not one person can help me from your company? Not the first sales associate (actually receptionist, but who I got when I pressed 161 for Sales), not the second sales associate (actually a Sales person, but honestly cared so little about me that she wouldn’t even accept my contact info to have someone get back to me), or the Marketing person (who supposedly is only person that has any answers about where to find reviews online, but is not available and has no way to contact them). I’m obviously extremely disappointed in how I was treated and will never purchase or recommend this brand or product to anyone I know. So sad, as all they needed to do was be respectful and just answer my question as to where I could buy and/or where I could find a product review online (again, was told by second sales associate that “they have a ton of reviews online, but only Marketing knew where.”) To me this is unacceptable and sad to lose a lifelong fan and customer, Blue.

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