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I'm looking for a new gaming headset and was wondering if any one had suggestions. I previously had Sony's Pulse Wireless Stereo headset. It had great sound, but the head band was very thin and cut into your head preventing prolonged use.


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Truthfully that is the complaint of a lot of Gaming headsets, not too comfortable.

 

IMO i prefer just a good quality pair of noise canceling heaphones, i found the BOSE Quiet Comfort Noise Canceling Heaphones to be very comforatable to wear for hours.Now these are costly though.

Watch movies and listen to music with it even on Receiver.

 

Good Sound Card software can make the right adjustments. Differences will be hook up type with this.

 

Thought Ceative, Logitech and Turtle Beach make good ones. I do have Creative Sound Blaster Fury3D, but found it uncomfortable.


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Truthfully that is the complaint of a lot of Gaming headsets, not too comfortable.

 

IMO i prefer just a good quality pair of noise canceling heaphones, i found the BOSE Quiet Comfort Noise Canceling Heaphones to be very comforatable to wear for hours.Now these are costly though.

Watch movies and listen to music with it even on Receiver.

 

Good Sound Card software can make the right adjustments. Differences will be hook up type with this.

 

Thought Ceative, Logitech and Turtle Beach make good ones. I do have Creative Sound Blaster Fury3D, but found it uncomfortable.

All duly noted. An included mike is absolutely necessary for my needs


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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16826104399

 

http://www.newegg.co...0140815235853:s

 

 

Decent ratings, mic and programmable keys, also look at Creative's high end gaming sets, except Turtle Beach,not many other brands are rated good.


Edited by jds63, 15 August 2014 - 06:02 PM.

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http://www.newegg.co...N82E16826104399

 

http://www.newegg.co...0140815235853:s

 

 

Decent ratings, mic and programmable keys, also look at Creative's high end gaming sets, except Turtle Beach,not many other brands are rated good.

thank you very much! I will take a look.


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Your Welcome. :spoton:


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