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Logitech Reveals Blue Sona Microphone and Litra Beam Key Light

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Logitech has declared the Blue Sona Microphone and Litra Beam Key Light, two devices designated at content creators that sent off on September 21. The light will be the second in the product offering, with Logitech having released the Litra Sparkle, which has been contrasted with Elgato's Key Light and Key Light Smaller than usual, in January.

In 2018, Logitech procured Blue Microphones, the organization that made the previously ubiquitous Blue Snowball mic that was very famous with content creators a couple of years back. Since then, Logitech has kept on releasing microphones under the Blue name, some of which have been very generally welcomed, similar to the Universe of Warcraft Blue Sasquatch X microphone that turned out in 2020.

Presently, Logitech has released the Blue Sona dynamic XLR microphone, which features the organization's ClearAmp innovation that is planned to convey studio-quality sound. The tech provides +25dB of gain without the requirement for an outer mic booster, and the XLR association allows for combination with outside sound interfaces and mixers. Evaluated at $349.99 USD, the professional quality microphone offers a double stomach capsule and supercardioid pickup design that should assist with removing keyboard and mouse clicks, as well as other undesirable foundation noises. The Blue Sona is accessible in graphite or grayish and comes with tradable windscreens in the colors red or graphite.













Logitech's Litra Beam looks totally different from the Litra Shine and is shaped more like a perusing light than a standard key light. The new light is also valued in an unexpected way, coming in at $99.99 contrasted with the Shine's $59.99 sticker price. Both lighting options are Driven and offer a variety temperature range from 2700-6500 Kelvin. An essential contrast is that the new Litra Beam outputs a maximum of 400 lumens, while the Sparkle tops out at 250. Buttons on the rear of the light also permit users to rapidly switch between five brightness and five temperature settings.

Eminently, the Litra Beam is supported by the Logitech G Center desktop application, which could conceivably be seen as an advantage. The software is notoriously buggy, however it allows users to helpfully adjust parameters for all of their Logitech G devices through a single connection point. G Center can save lighting presets for the Litra Beam and control more than one light simultaneously. The Blue Sona microphone, then again, requires an outside interface and XLR link, neither of which are incorporated.

To go with that new microphone and lighting gadget, Logitech has also as of late declared the Astro A30 wireless gaming headset. It will be viable with PC, macOS, and portable out of the crate, as well as either Xbox or PlayStation consoles. The purchase of a second USB-A wireless transmitter will permit the single headset to be used on the two families of consoles, and a USB-C dongle for the Switch is also being developed.

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