Logitech integrates NVIDIA Broadcast into its headsets and Blue microphones

Blue Yeti X
Blue Yeti X (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • Logitech and NVIDIA have partnered to add Broadcast features to both Logitech and Blue branded products.
  • NVIDIA Broadcast features are being integrated into G Hub drivers.
  • Supported products include the legendary Blue Yeti line of microphones.

If you're a content creator, NVIDIA Broadcast is one of the best tools you can load up onto your PC. It's absolute wizardry when it comes to audio and blocking out irritating background noise, though it does require running a dedicated app.

If you're a Logitech gaming headset owner or you use a Blue microphone, though, there's some good news. Through a partnership between Logitech and NVIDIA, the Broadcast magic will be available through the G Hub drivers for your hardware. No separate NVIDIA app is required. It's only on a limited number of devices right now, but it does cover some of the more popular ones from the Logitech and Blue stable. Here's the full list:

  • Logitech G733 Gaming Headset
  • Logitech PRO X Gaming Headset
  • Logitech PRO X Wireless Gaming Headset
  • Blue Yeti X Microphone
  • Blue Yeti Classic Microphone
  • Blue Yeti Nano Microphone

You'll still need a supported NVIDIA GPU to make use of it since it's powered by hardware, not software, but it's a neat development that opens up the brilliance to a wider audience. With NVIDIA Broadcast built-in now, owners of these supported devices will be able to clean up their microphone output and reduce background noise easier than ever before.

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