Feb 15, 2019115 views

Need a new Headset

Hello, I'm trying to find a headset that has both nice quality in sound and quality mic. A year and a half ago i bought the Lucid Sound LS30 and they are splitting down the middle because there is a huge design flaw with the headset. However with the sound and mic the quality is amazing. I'm looking for a headset that will have that kind of quality but without the design mistakes as LS has. Any suggestion is great and yes, I prefer headsets because I really don't have room for a separate mic and headphone. Also, I prefer wireless over wired just because i'm a klutz and before i switched to wireless with LS I used to accidentally rip the headphones off my head all the time no matter how careful I was. Anyways, I've done hours of research already but haven't come to a headset I'm ready to be committed to so i'm hoping for more ideas. Thanks!
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IMO, the Massdrop Sennheiser PC37X has a nice 'balanced" sound that's not too "reference". The mic quality from Sennheiser for Wired Headsets is one of the best on the market
Headsets having nice mic quality is hard. A mod mic and headphones is a good choice or just check out YouTube or sound cloud for people demoing the mics. Xoxo
Jeffstormiceman
I've seen it and it sounds like a promising product. I'll have to look into it some more. Thanks!
Any budget constraints?
Justsomeguy2
It just needs to be reasonable. Any suggestions are appreciated and I'll consider if i can afford it. Thanks for replying!
mrsbunneh
The Logitech G933 can be had for less than $100 since the G935 just came out. The Steelseries Arctis 7 Wireless is very good, but $125+ in cost. The Arctis Pro is great, but $250+ A choice for each price range!
Theres a drop on the Sennheiser PC37X, that's supposed to be great.
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I've heard the Void pro are very sloppy for smaller heads and if you shake your head slightly they'll slip off. Thanks for the suggestion though.
mrsbunneh
Best would be to visit a local electronics store and try on/out the different headset