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Lmao, what does Razer know about sound?
I'm actually after something new for gaming right now. I'm really thinking a nice pair of headphone with a modmic 5. I just can't pick a pair of headphones. Please help. Otherwise I'm just going to buy a steelseries pro... But I want a set I can use away from a computer that doesn't look dumb. I just need good audio quality for competitive gaming.
Xendal
Budget?
Xendal
I have a pair of AKG Q701's that I put a modmic 5 on. It's a much better combination than any typical "gaming headset". After 2-3 years of running this setup though, I'm looking at just getting a decent USB desktop mic like a Blue or something. The modmic 5 has decent sound quality I'm just not a fan of constantly flipping around the mic and getting it positioned properly all the time. Blue Yetis can be had for around $80 on sale and is a better deal IMO.
Sennheiser headsets are pretty damn good but expensive. For a budget headset the corsair void usb is excellent it may not sound hifi but its comfortable as all hell. Personally I use HD660s with a mic attached.
Can I just point out that this is more a popularity contest? Sennheiser is a brand very frequently sold on this site and the very popular HyperX have been out for YEARS. Need I mention the Razer fanboys? Im willing to bet a good 80% of the voters here have their one pair of headphones/headset and voted for whatever they have, not knowing whether any other brands are good or not.
lol, who put earpods
AngeloR
was thinking that too lol
None of them
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I think she means that gaming headsets aren't great headsets. They sacrifice mic quality for headphone quality or vice-versa. Meanwhile you can get a good standalone mic and good headset for the same price as some gaming headsets.
Jak1
yep
I love Logitech, I have had sevral sets over the years and they always have great sound. the only downside is the faux leather ear cups always shed after a year, cloth replacements are easy, cheap, and superior to the stock ones.
How could somebody bring up the Ossic X when it is yet to be delivered to it’s earliest backers...and is now a year late on release? The only thing somebody could base a vote for them on, is the hype and what Logitech headphone developers have stated about it.
Does anybody have a recommendation for a good set of earbuds to use while gaming? I've seen the Razer Hammerhead pros but is there anything else I should be looking at?
astro gaming are the best headphones hands down the a40TR which i have are so comfortable i ended up taking them on a flight
jack_1232
Lies or sarcasm. Can't tell which.
jack_1232
Lol.i bought a40tr with mixamp,the amp maybe good but the headset has no good audio quality what so ever. later I bought sennheiser gsp600 and gsx 1200.they are probably one of the best setups
None of the above.
How about just a modmic on the side of an actual good set of cans
Everyone should have a look at the Fidelio X2's, completely underated and under representeded. Good for people who are treble sensitive and want something that wont scratch their inner souls.
why is this in audiophile? gaming headsets often do not have good audio quality, let alone audiophile quality audio.
"Gaming Headsets" are generally garbage. Just get a good pair of headphones and a mic. That said, if you get a "gaming headset", the HyperX is affordable and built off of a solid pair of headphones.
Thunder
Could also always get a good headset and then get a ModMic since that is an acceptable quality mic that just attaches to the headphones seperately.
We all know whoever voted for razor probably doesn't know much about Headphones ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Lyrixier
Razer*
ppl r clueless
Razer fanboys. :/
who the fuck gave Razer 16 votes?
robinkomenda
EDGY teenagers did.
You see what I did there? :)))))