Blue Yeti Used as SPEAKER ISSUE

AwkwardStageB

Estimable
Apr 25, 2015
5
0
4,510
0
So I just got my blue yeti and its perfectly fine for recording audio and all but when I plug my headphones in and use it as a speaker for listening to any audio such as Youtube or whatever it emits this HIGH PITCH Screaming sound and I for the life of me cant figure out how to get rid of it.

Any ideas? Could use all the help I can get.

Thanks,
Billy
 

AwkwardStageB

Estimable
Apr 25, 2015
5
0
4,510
0


My blue yeti is just normally plugged into the computer via usb. Then I take my heaphones and plug them into the aux jack on the Blue yeti mic. Whenever I watch something or hear a sound it emits this high pitch squeal and I dont know why. Headphones are turtle beach regular jack headphones.
 

AwkwardStageB

Estimable
Apr 25, 2015
5
0
4,510
0


But then how am I suppose to hear my own voice when I record? There should be a solution to be using my headphones with this blue yeti mic. Why else would they have the jack for it?
 

AwkwardStageB

Estimable
Apr 25, 2015
5
0
4,510
0


It has nothing to do with the headphones. Just found out. I just tried recording and it's picking up the same high pitch sounds.... NO clue what to try now...
 

AwkwardStageB

Estimable
Apr 25, 2015
5
0
4,510
0


the laptop has a built in mic an its worked before with no issues.... Ive also used a headset so its either something is wrong with this blue yeti or the settings...
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY