Why will have to you bother with a bulky interface, when all you wish to have to do is plug a single microphone into your computer? With a Blue Icicle in your arsenal, you’ll turn any microphone into a totally streamlined, USB-able recording device. Instead of lugging around some fancy rack and a bunch of outboard gear, just toss an Icicle and a mic in your laptop bag, and take your studio straight to the source to track vocal takes, guitar overlays, on-site interviews, sound effects, or whatever your little heart desires. It’s even got 48V phantom power for those power-hungry condenser mics.
The Icicle is Blue’s new stylish USB converter and mic preamp combo that permits you to connect any XLR microphone directly into your computer via USB. The Icicle features a studio quality microphone preamp, 48V phantom power, fully balanced low noise front end, analog gain regulate, and driverless operation.
Connect any XLR microphone directly into your computer via USB. Click to enlarge.
Use with dynamic and condenser mics thanks to 48V phantom power.
Make Any Mic a USB Mic
The Icicle works with both dynamic and condenser microphones, providing prime quality and hassle-free connectivity with Mac or PC. Whether you’re the use of a microphone for digital recording, podcasting, voice messaging, or voice recognition applications, the Icicle is the quick and easy way to get connected.
Plug and Record
Simply plug in the USB cable and your mic will be live–no special driver installation is required.
Quality and Simplicity
The Icicle features a built-in, studio-quality mic preamp, in conjunction with a fully balanced, low-noise analog front end to send a clear signal via USB.
It also supplies 48V Phantom Power for condenser mics.
On the regulate front, the Icicle helps to keep it simple, with a single analog volume level regulate.
What’s in the Box
Blue Icicle, 6-foot USB Cable
Plug and record
Studio Quality USB microphone preamp
Supplies 48V phantom power for condenser microphones
No special drivers required
Fully balanced low noise analog front end