Published on August 10th, 2021 | by Andrew Bistak

Enhance your gaming and streaming experience

Blue Microphones has announced the release of Blue Icepop for ASTRO A40 TR headset and Blue Icepop for Logitech G PRO headsets. Blue Icepop is a premium headset mic. It is custom-crafted to bring Blue’s signature sound to a compact, plug-and-play mic boom attachment tuned to deliver next-level gaming audio and comms clarity.

From the #1 premium USB microphone brand, Blue Icepop’s studio-grade 10mm condenser mic delivers rich, crystal clear sound quality. Blue Icepop’s built-in pop filter and voice focused cardioid pickup pattern work together to eliminate unwanted background noise and banish those harsh “P”s and “B”s. Blue Icepop connects directly to Logitech G PRO and ASTRO A40 headsets via a 3.5mm connector with no cables in the way. Simply attach Blue Icepop to your headset and get into the game.

“This collaboration with Logitech G and ASTRO Gaming combines legendary Blue broadcast sound with pro-grade performance gaming gear,” said Gabriel Whyel, Global Product Marketing Lead, Logitech For Creators.

“With Blue Icepop, gamers can level up their live streams and in-game comms with pro sound quality right out of the box — no additional drivers or wires required,” adds Ujesh Desai, General Manager of Gaming at Logitech.

Gamers using Logitech G PRO headsets can also customise their sound using Blue VO!CE on GHUB Gaming Software. Blue VO!CE’s powerful suite of broadcast vocal tools and effects make it easier than ever to achieve professional on-stream sound quality. Blue VO!CE delivers real-time voice filters that reduce noise and make your voice sound richer, cleaner, and more professional. Various presets tuned for Blue Icepop are available on G HUB.


Blue Icepop for ASTRO A40 TR headset and Blue Icepop for Logitech G PRO headsets will be available at from July 13, 2021

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When he's not trying to save the world, Andrew enjoys travel (although loathes turbulence), going to the movies, reading and being a dad to his two dogs (and now twins) with his wife.

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