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    Quote Originally Posted by JG51Ogg View Post
    Plantronics GameCom 780
    Pros:
    Cheap: I bought 2 pairs from Best buy when they were 39.99 each one for home one for the laptop.
    Nice sound: it has stereo sound and the audio is really nice whether gaming or listening to music.
    Easy install software: If you're running windows 10 it's already there on Microsoft's list.
    Comfortable: they fit nicely and the headband is very well stuffed so the headset doesn't hurt when you've work it too long.
    Easy audio controls: On the rear of the headset there is a mute switch and a volume control. Volume control turns up and down computers audio.

    Cons:
    Sound: It's stereo not surround sound but that's OK because I can still hear you. But a friend has some Sehheuser (sp?) and these sound just as good.
    Attaching TrackIR track clip: The head band is so plush I had to do a little mod so the headset clip can reach around it.
    Microphone sensitivity: The Microphone is so sensitive that before I tuned it down you could hear me breathing with the mouth piece above my head.

    That's about it. you wanted a review.
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    It was very helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_NakedSquirrel View Post
    I have the Sennheiser G4ME Zero

    It makes my ears orgasm.

    Good, comfortable headset with great sound quality.

    The only downside to this series is you need an amplifier if you want good volume. Some sound cards might already have this. I bought a Soundblaster Z, which does the trick. Great audio. Great mic.







    I also have one of these, but I kept running into problems with separate mics and had a lot of complaints from buddies on TS, so I went with the Sennheiser. Still have it, it's a good headseat. I even dropped my warthog joystick in it and smashed in one of the ear cups. It didn't affect the internals at all. It still sounds great. It has the same amplifier need as the Sennheiser. It is also far cheaper.

    It is a great sounding headset, but I am not a fan of the open ear headsets, which is the reason I got the Sennheiser Zero instead of the One




    The other headset I have is "Beats by Dr. Dre"



    Amazing bass. It gave an amazing, deep sound to explosions.. I had these for a few years. Great headphones. The only downside I've had is the 'white out' noise is sensative. I would get a 'humm' when things were silent because of electric interference. That is mostly due to my computer setup needing a very long headphone cord.

    The downside is that internally they are fragile (newer models might be better). Also, it requires batteries (not cordless, just battery powered).
    Does anyone have any ideas?

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    I use Cloud Alphas, strong bass, the 4.312 sound was ridiculous in them, the cannons actually sounded like you wouldnt wanna be infront of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_NakedSquirrel View Post
    I have the Sennheiser G4ME Zero

    It makes my ears orgasm.

    Good, comfortable headset with great sound quality.

    The only downside to this series is you need an amplifier if you want good volume. Some sound cards might already have this. I bought a Soundblaster Z, which does the trick. Great audio. Great mic.







    I also have one of these, but I kept running into problems with separate mics and had a lot of complaints from buddies on TS, so I went with the Sennheiser. Still have it, it's a good headseat. I even dropped my warthog joystick in it and smashed in one of the ear cups. It didn't affect the internals at all. It still sounds great. It has the same amplifier need as the Sennheiser. It is also far cheaper.

    It is a great sounding headset, but I am not a fan of the open ear headsets, which is the reason I got the Sennheiser Zero instead of the One




    The other headset I have is "Beats by Dr. Dre"



    Amazing bass. It gave an amazing, deep sound to explosions.. I had these for a few years. Great headphones. The only downside I've had is the 'white out' noise is sensative. I would get a 'humm' when things were silent because of electric interference. That is mostly due to my computer setup needing a very long headphone cord.

    The downside is that internally they are fragile (newer models might be better). Also, it requires batteries (not cordless, just battery powered).
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    Audeze LCD-GX

    Pros: Led Zeppelin Whole Lotta Love will jellify your brain
    Cons: Track Clip Pro Leaves a dent in my head


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    Led Zeppelin Whole Lotta Love will jellify your brain

    before the days of head phones, used to get two hi-fi speakers, one on each side of the head, big sheet over the top and listen to it full bung (also some Pink Floyd) while being rather lucid

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATAG_NakedSquirrel View Post
    I have the Sennheiser G4ME Zero

    It makes my ears orgasm.

    Good, comfortable headset with great sound quality.

    The only downside to this series is you need an amplifier if you want good volume. Some sound cards might already have this. I bought a Soundblaster Z, which does the trick. Great audio. Great mic.







    I also have one of these, but I kept running into problems with separate mics and had a lot of complaints from buddies on TS, so I went with the Sennheiser. Still have it, it's a good headseat. I even dropped my warthog joystick in it and smashed in one of the ear cups. It didn't affect the internals at all. It still sounds great. It has the same amplifier need as the Sennheiser. It is also far cheaper.

    It is a great sounding headset, but I am not a fan of the open ear headsets, which is the reason I got the Sennheiser Zero instead of the One




    The other headset I have is "Beats by Dr. Dre"



    Amazing bass. It gave an amazing, deep sound to explosions.. I had these for a few years. Great headphones. The only downside I've had is the 'white out' noise is sensative. I would get a 'humm' when things were silent because of electric interference. That is mostly due to my computer setup needing a very long headphone cord.

    The downside is that internally they are fragile (newer models might be better). Also, it requires batteries (not cordless, just battery powered).
    The Sennheiser Game Zero professional noise blocking gaming headset is the no compromise gaming headset. Excelent Product.

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