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Chipped my brand new Blue Yeti

Small chips in things are generally very difficult to fix. I'd say just live with it.

I actually couldn't underclock my 5 year old GPU to make it as slow as a next-gen console.

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Would it be returnable, it was kinda my mistake but it's brand new ._.

 

Normally you can return items without them asking, but this is bad business practice. I would personally live with the small chip, but if you feel like that chip is shortening your life span; try returning it.

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Would it be returnable, it was kinda my mistake but it's brand new ._.

Depends on the return policy of the place you bought it at. Unless it's really bothering you I wouldn't return it.

I actually couldn't underclock my 5 year old GPU to make it as slow as a next-gen console.

#pcmasterraceproblems

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So, very shortly after I took my brand new blue yeti out of the box, and moved the mic up, the mic part fell over, leaving a small chip in the ceramic :/

 

Can I fix this at all?

Would be nice if you posted a photo of the chip, perhaps one of us here could advise you on how to repair it.

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Quickly! Return it while you still can and get an at2020usb instead! :P

 

 

I doubt you'd be able to repair the chip, so it's pretty much either return it and get another or a different mic, or live with it.

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Would be nice if you posted a photo of the chip, perhaps one of us here could advise you on how to repair it.

Depending on how big the chip is it he could end up needing some ducktape and some spray pain (i am joking please don't head my advice) 

 

But to @Knaj  thats a bummer but i think that in general damage you caused to it isnt covered in the warranty (if it has one). You might be able to return it but personaly i would just live with it...

 

Side note i feel like ive seen an infomercial about something that fixes chips but idk

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Side note i feel like ive seen an infomercial about something that fixes chips but idk

 

You mean something like this?  I'm waiting to see a photo of the chipped area before suggesting what to use.

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You mean something like this?  I'm waiting to see a photo of the chipped area before suggesting what to use.

@ALwin yea basically side note is that french?

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@ALwin yea basically side note is that french?

 

Oui, c'est le français.

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