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Caution: Once you put the sticky part on your headphones do NOT take it off after 5 minutes. By then it will have bind to heavily with your headphones it will likely rip the paint off of your headphones.
I know this first hand where it ripped rubber completely off my pair of Sennheiser HD 598 Cs's.
just a MODMIC ripoff with much poorer quality, stay away from this, buy the original !
jwakeford
Half the price 5/6 the quality.
Any way to use this on an xbox360?
maverickssbm
Can you plug in a normal microphone into an Xbox 360? If so yes. If not no.
basic quality mic, don't expect anything.
Has this mic broken down for anyone
davjd
Nope, I actually like the sound and feel of it with my HD 6XX
Does anyone know if this microphone can be used with a ts cable instead of the trs cable that comes with the mic? I am planning on making a custom cable and this would be valuable information.
iPhantomMonkey
works with any 3.5 to 3.5 from what I've seen.
Been using these without any technical issues since December. The only problem is I've gone through all the 3M dual lock adhesive. Does anyone know where I can purchase some more?
Mine broke and no longer works after maybe 3 weeks of use. Never was abused or anything. DO NOT BUY. Just get a mod mic. It works nice for when it does but they break so fast.
Bought mine only like two weeks ago, it already started to make artifact noises a couple of days ago, can't really use them anymore as people are just complaining about the noise its making all the time.

Audio quality is meh
Extremes
Same, just switched off. Absolute garbage again from mass drop
Schmuck
emailed support and they sent me another mic w/o issues, mines been running strong for months... worth the rma
Does the mic also support 5v plug-in power? I was thinking of using this with a Rode vXLR+ so I could use it on a mixer.
It's pretty basic as far as construction goes. Used mine for some online gaming last night and it worked great. Friends said I sounded clear and crisp.
Just got mine last night the mic works well but does feel kind if flimsy, it is very flexable (maybe to much)
TLDR: I recommend this mic, but it's not perfect out of the box.

PROS:
-The microphone itself is pretty good.
-The 3M dual lock does its job.

CONS:
-The cable is bad, I could hear lots of noise in my recordings. I replaced it with one I had around and the noise is greatly reduced.
-The mute/volume switch on the cable is even worse. You hear cracks and pops as soon as you touch it.
-The little piece of plastic holding the mic in place doesn't need a lot of force to fall off. I think I might glue it in place.

Misc: If you have an old and cheap motherboard like I do (Gigabyte GA-Z77-DS3H), Consider using an usb audio adapter. Even an ultra cheap adapter (like the 5$ Syba I use) will get you a better sounding microphone input than the onboard audio.
mjlt
What cable would you recommend for it? Also does the noise persist even once you unplugged the microphone from the cord (if your mobo does that)?

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